Although North Carolina is home to 175 public cemeteries, thousands of other burial grounds shelter fragments of history. Sometimes celebrated but often forgotten, their beauty and their stories wait to be discovered.
In Wayne County, the effects of time and nature are visible at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, where, for millions of years, the river has carved a winding path to the sea. A closer look at some of the park’s tiniest residents provides insight and answers to questions great and small.
Sit a spell in a rocking chair with a scoop of ice cream, browse local treasures in charming shops, and eat wood-fired pizza — an adventure to this Alamance County community means much more than just outlet shopping.