Midland, North Carolina
Located in southern Cabarrus County, Midland prides itself on their rural atmosphere. In 1913, Midland started as a railroad town and was incorporated in 2000. The Reed Gold Mine is a famous historic site in Midland; it was the location for the first discovery of gold in America.
Midland is also a part of the American Legion which is the world’s largest veteran organization. Black-Phillips post 433 was founded in 1946 by veterans from World War II.
If you love the outdoors, lucky for you, part of The Carolina Thread Trail is located in Midland. The trail offers you the ability to soak up the outdoors on trails by land or by canoeing or kayaking the Rocky River.
Children living in Midland will attend Bethel Elementary School, CC Griffin Middle School then Central Cabarrus High School.
Charlotte is located about 45 minutes away, giving you the leisure to enjoy the relaxed life Midland has to offer, but still being able to participate in the queen city attractions.
Subdivisions in Midland
- Cedarvale Farms
- Bethel Glen
- Wyndham Estates
- Tucker Chase
- Turner Plantation