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Boasting 17 wineries, friendly towns, beautiful countryside and a strong culinary scene, Surry County is the ideal romantic getaway in North…
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November 7 - 8
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October 24 - 25
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Fontana Dam (0.14 mile)
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Fine dining at Blue Waters Mountain Lodge, located on beautiful Lake Santeetlah. Reservations required.
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