Come celebrate Earth Day with a free concert at the Gold Hill Mines Park Amphitheater. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and come out to enjoy music by Long Strange Deal. Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated and benefit the Gold Hill Historic Preservation Society and the Gold Hill Historic Mines Foundation. We will also have a local food truck and craft beer vendor with items available for purchase. Also, Flynn's Village Grill will be open as well!
The Gold Hill Historic Preservation Society will be holding its annual meeting on Thursday, May 6, 2023 at 6:30pm at the Village Arbor. We invite you to come and learn about GHHPS and all that is happening in Historic Gold Hill.
Registration soon to open for our 24th Annual Group Gold Hill Ride. 25K, 50K, and 100K routes will be setup to take riders on a beautiful scenic tour of Historic Gold Hill and surrounding communities. Lunch will be provided for all those who register.
Established in 1824, Gold Hill is a restored nineteenth century gold mining town with a 70 acre park, restaurant and numerous locally owned shops in eastern Rowan County. The village is home to the site of the Barnhardt and Randolph Gold mines that garnered nineteenth century fame as the richest gold mining property east of the Mississippi. Today the village is one of the regions most sought after wedding venues and a favorite for photographers. The old mining roads throughout the are now hiking/cycling trails and include the Gold Hill Rail Trail which was the original narrow-gauge railroad spur line through the mining region.
The Gold Hill Historical Preservation Society would not be the same without all of the amazing members that give their time and resources to support our programs. GHHPS relies on membership to help raise funds for maintaining our buildings and infrastructure, and for hosting events like The Annual Lighting of the Fall Fires, that ushers in the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, our annual Memorial Day Bike Ride and many more. Becoming a member is easy. Just click on the link below.
Thom Knowles - President
Joe Lowe - Vice President
Eric Culp - Treasurer
Genie Lowe - Secretary
GHHPS works to protect the significance of the historic gold mining town of Gold Hill, North Carolina. Our mission is to restore and preserve all of the old buildings and infrastructure. Not only in Gold Hill but surrounding counties like Rowan, Cabarrus and Stanly counties. Let's keep history alive by telling the story of Gold Hill, North Carolina.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.