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North Carolina offers 400-plus golf courses across the state with temperatures that allow play year-round.
With roots in moonshine, several distillers continue the tradition of making white whiskey, as well as vodka, gin and rum.
Drive roads that double as destinations from the Cherohala Skyway to the Outer Banks Byway.
This area is an outdoor playground year-round, including some of the best camping, hiking, biking and fishing around.
The Triad cities and their neighboring towns are rich in history and culture.
The greater Topsail area is one of three quieter beach destinations on the southeast coast of North Carolina.
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Plan your getaway around a signature event or find out what’s happening during your visit. From quick weekend trips to longer stays, you might watch a hammer throw competition at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, sample sounds where they were born at the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival, go for the top prize in the Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament, or enjoy seasonal events like July 4th celebrations and Christmas light displays.
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Known for its spacious beach and crystal clear waters, Wrightsville Beach is full of outdoor activities perfect for spring. Wrightsville Beach was…
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Asheville (17.63 mile)
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Biltmore's gardens are alive with color as spring arrives. Enjoy a beautiful progression of blooms from tulips to pansies, azaleas, and much more.
Asheville (19.59 mile)
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Asheville Downtown Gallery Association invites you to visit the downtown galleries to enjoy the fine art and craft that they have to offer.
Hendersonville (9.95 mile)
May 2 , May 3
Tour de Falls, DuPont State Recreational Forest, tour the waterfalls by bus. Cars and buses are normally not allowed in the forest.
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Hendersonville (0.05 mile)
Pops Diner is 1950s-style diner with food served by waiters dressed in the solid white shirts and pants reminiscent of the 1950s-style milkman, and...
Hendersonville (0.16 mile)
Umi offers Japanese fine dining in a casually elegant dining atmosphere. The restaurant features sushi, lunch and dinner entrees with soups, salads...
Hendersonville (0.21 mile)
The Green Room Cafe & Coffee House is a full service cafe and coffeehouse serving fresh artisan-crafted sandwiches and entrees, baked treats, beer & wine, espresso, smoothies and ...
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Hendersonville (0.03 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
The 1898 Waverly Inn has been recently renovated and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, 1898 Waverly Inn is Hendersonville’s oldest inn.
Claddagh Inn, circa 1888 is isted on the National Register of Historic Places is situated in the heart of Hendersonville, easy walking distance of the restaurants and shops of Historic Main Street.
Hendersonville (0.18 mile)
Moss Cabin is conveniently located to Downtown Hendersonville.
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