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The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau provides visitor services as the official destination marketing organization for Randolph County.
Two state visitor centers, one on southbound and one on northbound lanes of I-73/74 - Hwy 220 one mile south of Seagrove in Randolph County.
Known for its spacious beach and crystal clear waters, Wrightsville Beach is full of outdoor activities perfect for spring. Wrightsville Beach was…
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Asheboro (2.80 mile)
March 14 , March 28
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One and one-quarter mile outdoor motorcross track with panoramic viewing area that is full of heart pounding excitement for riders and spectators alike; and Pee Wee track for beginners.
Seagrove (7.54 mile)
April 18 , April 19
More than 50 local Seagrove potters will host kiln openings and special events.
Seagrove (1.48 mile)
For this annual spring kiln opening potters Mark & Meredith Heywood will be joined by guest potter Anne Raven Jorgensen of Raven Pottery, and Lauri...
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Seagrove (0.54 mile)
American, Southern / Home Cooking
Seagrove Family Restaurant has been serving the Seagrove Pottery community for more than 20 years with yummy peach cobbler and daily lunch specials.
Seagrove (2.61 mile)
American, Southern / Home Cooking
Westmoore Family Restaurant has been serving the Seagrove Pottery community for more than 14 years with daily lunch specials, seafood, and barbeque.
Asheboro (6.63 mile)
Frizbeez Grill offers daily lunch specials, southern favorites, salads, wings, sandwiches, and appetizers.
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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)
This campground is located near the NC Zoo, NC Aviation Museum, Pisgah Covered Bridge, and the Seagrove Potteries.
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