Introduction to Trinity, North Carolina
Trinity, North Carolina, in Randolph county, is 4 miles S of High Point, North Carolina (center to center) and 66 miles NE of Charlotte, North Carolina. The city, which is conveniently located inside the Greensboro - - Winston - Salem - - High Point metropolitan area, has an estimated 6,690 residents.
The City of Trinity was named for Trinity College, which was founded in this area in 1838. In 1892, the college moved to Durham and is now known as Duke University. Trinity was originally incorporated as a town in 1869, and was reincorporated as a city in 1997. On May 9, 1999, the "World's Longest Hot Wheels Track" was built in Trinity. The headquarters of Sealy Corporation was established in the city in 2003.
Trinity and Nearby Attractions
- North Carolina Zoo
- Museum of Old Domestic Life
- Emerald Pointe Water Park
- Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
- Greensboro Arboretum
- Pilot Mountain State Park
Things To Do In Trinity
The city of Trinity offers easy access to popular attractions such as the North Carolina Zoo, Emerald Pointe Water Park, and Greensboro Arboretum. Angela Peterson Doll and Miniature Museum, and the Furniture Discovery Center are some of the museums located near the city. Pilot Mountain State Park offers facilities for canoeing, rock climbing, fishing, and camping. The Historic Bethabara Park and Guilford Courthouse National Military Park are among other popular destinations.
Piedmont Triad International Airport is the closest major airport.
Trinity Higher Education
High Point University, Winston - Salem State University, and Guilford Technical Community College are nearby.