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Originally known as White Pines, Cherryville was settled in 1792 by German, Dutch and Scotch-Irish pioneers. But when an early resident planted cherry trees, train engineers began calling the settlement, “Cherryville,” and the name stuck. It was incorporated in 1881 as exactly that. There’s no end to what you can do. Rudisell Stadium is the largest sports venue in town, and Crowders Mountain State Park and Kings Mountain Military Park are just minutes away and offer hiking, boating, camping and picnicking. There’s also the Cherryville Little Theatre, Cherry Blossom Festival and Arts in the Park, just to mention a few.

IN Cherryville

  • Cherry Blossom Festival – April 17-18
    Family fun, community, and of course cherries are the focus at this annual celebration of spring and the blooming of the cherry trees. The downtown festival features a 5K race, music, games, inflatables, clowns, puppets, dancers, local artists and crafters and tons of great food!
  • A Very Cherry Who-Ville Christmas on Main Street – December (dates TBD)
    Carriage rides, Santa Claus, and fun for the entire family!

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