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On North Carolina’s glorious “Golf Coast,” manicured courses and beautiful beaches set the stage for a first-rate golf vacation.
Hike or go horseback riding, ride a bike through the countryside or rock climb, take a flatwater paddle — there’s plenty to do outdoors here.
For a breathtaking experience, spend some time biking in the North Carolina mountains when the seasons are changing or coming into bloom.
Whether you’re looking for a daring adventure or a more relaxing escape, this coastal region offers a backdrop of incredible beauty.
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This area is rich in culture, history and landscapes, and it honors the Cherokee Indians’ journey.
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The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau provides visitor services as the official destination marketing organization for Randolph County.
Two state visitor centers, one on southbound and one on northbound lanes of I-73/74 - Hwy 220 one mile south of Seagrove in Randolph County.
Enjoy an authentic coastal experience on North Carolina’s Crystal Coast, with waters of crystalline purity bordering sandy, sparkling beaches. From…
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