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Hunt For A Missing British Fort On Bear Island, NC

Emerging from the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Emerald Isle and Ocracoke, NC, a stunning 4-mile stretch of beach and a history-battered island exemplify the...

See The Outer Banks With A Historic Ferry Tour

Since 1947 the State has operated a ferry network providing a vital lifeline connecting residents of the outlying islands with the mainland. Today ferries...

The Best Snow Tubing in NC

When winter hits in North Carolina, locals split into two teams: those who are dreaming of a winter wonderland and those who hope never...

Life in Bloom: The 7 Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens in NC

Spring in North Carolina creates beautiful sights. Having the chance to experience all four seasons is one of the many reasons why families love...

Top 12 Animal Adventures in North Carolina

A hike near the Blue Ridge might mean spotting a brown bear. A boat trip off North Carolina’s coast could lead to a dolphin...

Find Hidden Gems: Weekend Things To Do in Franklin

While many seek out Franklin for the the slow pace and relaxing mountain town vibe, we found plenty of fun things to do in...

Fort Dobbs Once Again Defends Western Frontier

Since 2003, Fort Dobbs has been undergoing a nearly $3 million reconstruction project to once again have a restored fort with a three-story, 800...

15 Fabulous Fall Day Trips in Western North Carolina

Nature’s Lessons You won’t need to travel far from mountain cities like Asheville, Hendersonville or Boone to visit some of the most impressive geological sites...

Top 5 Dog-Friendly Beaches in North Carolina

With such a beautiful coastline, North Carolinians know all about the fun of a good beach day. Riding the waves, building sandcastles, and strolling...

Fayetteville’s Top 10 Military Attractions

Why Is Fayetteville Important? Now home to the world's largest military base, Fayetteville was named for Marquis de Lafayette, a hero of the American Revolution....

Explore 18th Century Native American Life with A Cherokee Day Trip

What Is the Cherokee Cultural District? Western North Carolina’s Cherokee Cultural District is an outstanding kid-friendly day trip destination. Since the mid-20th century, this beloved home...

Courtyard of the Cherokee

What is it? The Courtyard of the Cherokee is an outdoor arts and culture exhibit that authentically represents the seven clans of the Eastern Band...

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