Head to the Sandhills to search for antiques and sip cider in Cameron, discover dozens of pottery shops and galleries in Seagrove, see colorful murals in Carthage, and more.
Beyond Pinehurst: Your Guide to Exploring Moore County
In four small towns in the Sandhills, you’ll find that history and artistry have deep roots in the Carolina clay. Discover one-of-a-kind pottery, murals, artwork, and antiques — and some delicious spots to fuel up in between stops.
3 Perfect Days in the Sandhills
There’s much more to charming Pinehurst and Southern Pines than just hitting the greens. Here’s where to stay, what to do, and where to eat on a relaxing weekend getaway.
Color Amid the Kudzu
In 1999, a crew of urban artists descended on rural Moore County, painted some 25 tobacco barns and other buildings, and then zipped back up to New York City. Two decades later, folks still drive to Cameron in search of these curious murals.
Where the Grass Is Greener
Seasoned golfers know that a visit to Pinehurst isn’t just about tee time at the legendary resort. The surrounding village offers rich history, charming shops, and fine flavors to fill a weekend on — and off — the greens.
In Moore County, Christmas treats are a family tradition five generations in the making.
The Fox Squirrel is Both Exotic and Familiar
Eastern fox squirrels may be related to the critter at your feeder, but a Technicolor fur coat distinguishes them from their suburban kin.
Tar Heel Town: Carthage
No matter how you get to this Moore County town — by buggy, by car, or by plane — once you reach its center, you’ll like what you find.
A little doughnut in the little town of Aberdeen makes big community connections.