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Play a round at Albemarle Plantation or one of our many other nationally recognized courses.
Drive roads that double as destinations from the Cherohala Skyway to the Outer Banks Byway.
Go wild at the North Carolina Zoo, coastal aquariums and other animal attractions.
Discover Chimney Rock, Lake Lure and other outdoor sights as well as the quirky charm of this region’s arts, dining and craft breweries.
An area rich in history, this region also is home to furniture and pottery making, a barbecue battleground and Yadkin Valley wineries.
These south-facing beaches are home to America’s Coolest Small Town, Cape Lookout National Seashore and the nation’s best wreck diving.
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May 10 - 11
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Asheboro (9.23 mile)
April 1 -
Gather your friends and family and make a beeline to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro to see BUGS An EPIC Adventure.
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June 20 - 22
Summerfest kicks off at the Museum of NC Traditional Pottery with demonstrations and refreshments. Pick up a list of participating potters and visit their shops.
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Franklinville (0.12 mile)
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Franklinville Restaurant features home-cooking with made-from-scratch biscuits and gravy.
Ramseur (2.07 mile)
Big Daddy’s Pizza offers pizzas made to order, pastas, and salads.
Ramseur (2.61 mile)
Sherry’s Family Style Restaurant features down-home cooking and homemade persimmon pudding.
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Asheboro (2.18 mile)
Wooded park situated on 32 acres with many amenities. Propane sales, tanning bed on site! Monthly, weekly, daily and seasonal rates.
Asheboro (6.22 mile)
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Quality Inn of Asheboro is located near the intersection of Hwy 220/I-73/I-74 and Hwys 64 & 49, between the downtown areas of Asheboro and Seagrove...
Asheboro (6.57 mile)
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