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Representing Benson, Clayton, Four Oaks, Smithfield, Selma, Kenly, Pine Level, Princeton, Micro, Meadow, Wilson's Mills and the Cleveland area.
Enjoy an authentic coastal experience on North Carolina’s Crystal Coast, with waters of crystalline purity bordering sandy, sparkling beaches. From…
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Clayton (15.39 mile)
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Four Oaks (14.44 mile)
The sounds of artillery and musket fire will once again ring out at Bentonville Battlefield during our Summer Seasonal Living History Event
Selma (8.43 mile)
In this uplifting and powerful tribute, Tom Becker and his band bring back the foot-stomping fun, tenderness and sweeping grandeur of John Denver's timeless songs.
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Princeton (0.14 mile)
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Princeton (0.92 mile)
Chinese restaurant located on US Hwy 70 East.
Remember the old downtown drug store grill? It was a comfortable place with its open grill, stools along side the counter, booths, and music playing.
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Selma (6.21 mile)
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Conveniently located in Johnston County, off I-95, Exit 97 in Selma. Located near JR’s Discount Outlets and Carolina Premium Outlets, the American Music Jubilee and Uptown Selma Antique Mecca.
Selma (7.30 mile)
Conveniently located off I-95, with a pond setting, where fishing is allowed. 50 full hook-up sites, showers, store, dump station, all sites pull through, wireless high speed internet connection.
Kenly (7.98 mile)
This Motel 6 is conveniently located off I-95, exit 106, in Kenly, near restaurants and shopping. It is minutes from Smithfield/Selma area, home of Carolina Premium Outlets and JR Outlet Shopping.
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