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The Duplin County Tourism office houses information about area attractions, restaurants and accommodations. Uncork, Unwind, Unplug Duplin County.
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Kenansville (12.08 mile)
September 25 - 26
More than 25 wineries are expected, offering more than 250 wines for you to enjoy! Live entertainment, wonderful food, arts & crafts and fun contests, too.
Rose Hill (15.53 mile)
Join Duplin Winery for a long-standing tradition! The Grape Stomp is filled with friends, family, Duplin Wine, and of course Muscadine grapes.
2015 North Carolina Muscadine Festival welcomes you to Eastern North Carolina to enjoy the Muscadine Grape heritage, over 250 wines to sample along with great foods.
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Beulaville (4.54 mile)
A family-owned and operated bakery and bulk food products store keeps the dough rising.
Richlands (8.79 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Locally owned home-cooking restaurant specializing in collards, backbones, and more good ole country cooking.
Richlands (8.95 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
We bring agriculture to your family by serving fresh country cooking and homemade sweets. We also offer seasonal hayrides and the chance to pick your own strawberries, pumpkins and Christmas trees.
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Pink Hill (4.41 mile)
A 167-acre county park located in the eastern part of Duplin County near the town of Beulaville. A 69-acre lake provides canoeing, fishing and swim...
Cedar Island (5.04 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Located at the Cedar Island-Ocracoke Ferry landing, this motel offers 37 guest rooms convenient to ferry services. Each room has two double beds. T...
Beulaville (6.90 mile)
Whippoorwill Campground is a great place to come and relax a spell. Whether you want to camp on your own, come as a group or come for one of our weekend trail rides we have a place for you.
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