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North Wilkesboro area
Regional 10-county visitor information for Northwest North Carolina. Covers Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Caldwell, Iredell, Surry, Watauga,…
Wilkes County has so much to offer, such as fun things to do for the whole family.
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North Wilkesboro (4.38 mile)
September 29 , September 30
(5) dates in all …
Special features include petting zoo, agricultural exhibits, plus music & entertainment on different nights. Tuesday through Saturday.
Durham (18.32 mile)
September 26 -
Averaging 60 miles of cycling per day, the ride starts in Waynesville, travels to Hendersonville, Shelby, Concord, Southern Pines, Lumberton, and Whiteville, then ending in Oak Island.
Wilkesboro (7.28 mile)
Zombie Walk and Dance, costume contest, games and special ghost tours in downtown Historic Wilkesboro. Family friendly games for all! Makeup contest, costume and dance contest, outdoor movie..
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Hays (0.95 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Come join us for wonderful home cooked country food! Serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday though Saturday.
Wilkesboro (3.59 mile)
Chinese Food, offering a large buffet bar.
North Wilkesboro (4.35 mile)
We serve a variety of hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken and club sandwiches. Eight flavors of ice cream are available along with milkshakes. Dine In or Carry Out.
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Purlear (4.38 mile)
Genuine log cabins so warm and inviting that when you walk in, it feels just like the home is giving you a hug. Check out the pictures on our websi...
Traphill (6.59 mile)
A picturesque lodge nestled in the mountains overlooking the Roaring River. Located on a picturesque setting reminiscent of a French vineyard in the heart of North Carolina wine country.
North Wilkesboro (6.85 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Historic motel, owned by the Williams family since 1953. Warm hospitality with 33 rooms in North Wilkesboro, pool in season, Wi-Fi, micro-fridge in selected rooms. Convenient location.....
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