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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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Seagrove (4.84 mile)
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September 17 - 19
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Seagrove (2.61 mile)
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Westmoore Family Restaurant has been serving the Seagrove Pottery community for more than 14 years with daily lunch specials, seafood, and barbeque.
Asheboro (9.57 mile)
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Seagrove (0.05 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
Seagrove Stoneware Inn, built in 1920, features spacious rooms decorated with original artwork and pottery from across the country, gas fireplaces, picnic area and a large front porch.
Seagrove (0.44 mile)
The Duck Smith House Bed & Breakfast of Seagrove is a 1914 farmhouse featuring lovely rooms, gardens, tobacco barns, hand built log cabins and a 100-year-old walnut tree.
Asheboro (5.84 mile)
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