New to the Midland states banks?
Check out Liberty StatePark, the state’s largest recreational and historic site.
Liberty State is home to a large variety of natural areas, a wide variety of animals, a variety of recreational opportunities, and a wide array of businesses that cater to both visitors and locals alike.
For this reason, Liberty State remains an incredibly popular and unique place to visit and stay.
As of April 2018, the park was listed on TripAdvisor as one of the top 10 best states parks in the country, with a rating of 7 out of 10.
LibertyStatePark.com is a great way to find out more about the park, which is currently in the process of being acquired by the Midlands States Bank.
Com offers the following information about the property: Name: Liberty State.
Address: 3020 E. North Carolina Ave., Suite 300, Charlotte, NC 27203 Phone: (704) 864-7762 Fax: (304) 827-8100 Website: http://www.libertystatepark.com/ Address Map: http:/www.facebook.com:/pages/Liberty-State-Park-Midland-States-Bank/18291218572671 Description of Park: The park offers a wide range of recreational and historical facilities, including the National Mall and the Old Soldiers National Cemetery.
A trail system links Liberty State’s scenic beauty to the scenic beauty of the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains.
Visitors can enjoy an easy and pleasant walk to the North Carolinas historic town of Midland, or visit a variety on-site attractions and activities.
The park is home both to a variety and natural areas including a wide assortment of wildlife and natural wonders, a water-based park, and water slides.
Also, a small trail system connects Liberty State to the Historic State Capitol, a historic site located in the North Cartersville area.
The historic site was originally built in the 1800s, when the city was founded and the state was created.
The current historic Capitol building was built in 1912, and is one of only four remaining structures in the state.
There are numerous other historic buildings and buildings that have been restored to their former glory.
Other amenities include the National Museum of the American Indian, a children’s museum and a historical library.
A number of trails are located throughout the park.
Also included in the park are the Old Soldier National Cemetery, which was originally a military cemetery.
The site has been transformed into a recreation area for families and children.