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Plan your getaway around a signature event or find out what’s happening during your visit. From quick weekend trips to longer stays, you might watch a hammer throw competition at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, sample sounds where they were born at the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival, go for the top prize in the Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament, or enjoy seasonal events like July 4th celebrations and Christmas light displays.
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The Randolph County Tourism Development Authority operates the Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau located in downtown Asheboro, North Carolina.
The I-73/74 Visitor Centers are state visitor centers that are staffed and operated by the Randolph County Tourism Development Authority.
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Asheboro (16.66 mile)
August 6 - 10
The 2015 American Legion Baseball Southeast Regional Tournament at McCrary Park in Asheboro will include state champion teams from Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina and more.
Liberty (3.85 mile)
This street festival features arts and crafts vendors, food, live music, and amusement rides for the children. Annual fireworks display will begin at 9:15 pm.
Randleman (14.28 mile)
July 18 , August 15
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Downtown Randleman invites you to view a collection of classic cars while shopping in the specialty shops, and enjoying unique dining and live music.
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Liberty (3.20 mile)
Basil Restaurant is known for our pad thai, chicken lemongrass, and huge shrimp and noodles. Try our jasmine rice and complimentary fried spring rolls with the dipping sauce.
Staley (3.50 mile)
Captain Tom’s features combo seafood platters, Black Angus steaks, veal and chicken parmesan dinners.
Liberty (3.50 mile)
Maria’s Famous Subs and Pizza offers daily specials including cheeseburger platter and pepperoni pizzas.
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Liberty (3.07 mile)
Built in 1941, the Liberty Guest Cottage has been thoroughly renovated into a quaint and cozy home away from home.
Siler City (5.96 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
Located on 48 secluded, wooded acres, this beautifully restored and furnished Inn and Periwinkle Cottage are ideal for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.
Siler City (6.46 mile)
Hotels & Motels
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