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Previously named Burnt Chimney, a Small Town Friendly as its motto states, Forest City is indeed a small and friendly town located in the Rutherford County, North Carolina, United States of America. With a population of a mere 7000 people and an area of 8 square miles, Forest City is the location of a Facebook data center. So, if you want to visit this interesting town, learn here about the attractions of Forest City.

Top Attractions within Forest City

Bubba's Fun Park is the top source of entertainment in Forest City and in the whole area of North Carolina. The family amusement park has a long history in ensuring the entertainment not only in regular days, but also by being the host of several events and festivals, mostly dedicated to children. The park is a family business and is family oriented, so games and rides are available for all the members of the clan.

Rutherford County Farm Museum is a historical museum dedicated to the early works of farming in Forest City and the areas within it. Check some tool exhibitions, visit memorabilia collections and take a step back in time thanks to movies that recreate the atmosphere of the early days of Forest City, when the main activity was farming.

Forest Municipal Golf Course is one of the best golf courses in the area within Forest City. This is a 9-hole golf course that is also host of different golfing competitions all year long. You can improve your golfing skills on this course or better just relax and have fun with several mini golf games.

Police Memorial is an inscription downtown Forest City in the memory of Roy Huskey, a former sheriff of Rutherford County who was shot and killed while on duty on May 31, 1979.

Rutherfordton Confederate Monument is located near Forest City and was erected in 1910 "To the men and women of the Confederacy. Devotion."

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