From a night at the theater to a day spent beside — or zip-lining above — the Cape Fear River, there are plenty of unexpected things to see and do in this historic Army town in the Sandhills.
There’s more to this Alamance County community than what you can see from Interstate 40. Leave the eight-lane behind and discover what you’ve been missing in Mebane.
Whether they’re public or private, colleges or elementary schools, North Carolina’s educational institutions are some of the most noteworthy in the country.
This Wayne County community sits at the junction of the past and the present, celebrating the first while enjoying the second. Like the jets taking off from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the sky’s the limit for the town’s future.
With more than 300 years of history and a breathtaking view of the water, this charming hamlet has no shortage of things to drive, boat, bike, and walk to.
This Rockingham County town offers its residents and visitors a slice of Americana topped with modern style.
It’s as far to the northeast as you can go in North Carolina. And boy, should you go!
Whatever your location and skill level, North Carolina has a place for you to canoe or kayak.