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Montgomery County, NC
Montgomery County, NC
The exact geographical center of North Carolina is in Montgomery County. It's a place unspoiled by over-development, where as many acres are claimed by lakes as by towns. Bounded by Moore, Richmond, Stanly, Davidson and Randolph counties, it is 50 minutes from Greensboro and 70 minutes from Charlotte. The area has very warm summers, mild winters, and spring and fall are usually perfect.

Candor is home to the North Carolina Peach Festival, held on the third Saturday of each July. The Star Fiddler's Convention is the state's oldest and is held in late winter. Troy is well known as the home of Capel, Inc., American's largest manufacturer and importer of area rugs.

Town Creek Indians settled here about 1500 ad in an area close to Mt. Gilead. The tribe is estimated to have numbered around 2,000 in population at one time. The Town Creek Indian Mound, a historic site dedicated to Native American Indian heritage, stands where one of the villages once existed. There is a visitor center with interpretive exhibits, audiovisual programs and maps to take a self-guided tour of the site.

To the west is the county's greatest natural asset, the 40,000 acres that that make up most of the Uwharrie National Forest, named for the Uwharrie Mountains. The mountains are some of the oldest in North America. The national forest is bounded on the west by the Pee Dee River and by lakes Badin and Tillery. The rivers and the forest provide incredible recreational activities for the area, including camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, water skiing, boating and golf.

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Surrounded by the gentle grace of the Smoky Mountains, Transylvania County truly has something for everyone: 250 waterfalls, hundreds of acres of state and national forests, a thriving music and arts community, and fantastic shopping and dining in a charming Appalachian town. Visit, and you'll understand why Rand McNally, The Wall Street Journal and National Geographic Traveler name this area one of America's top ten places to live and play.

One of the most exhilarating beach vaction spots on the East Coast is NC'S Outer Banks. Vacation rentals from Corolla down past Kitty Hawk and Nags Head and all the way to the former pirate stronghold of Ocracoke Island. You have to do this at least once in your lifetime.

If mountains are more your style then the North Carolina Smoky Mountains offer a value family vacation with hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and scenic drives through the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forest. The Blue Ridge Parkway offers many outstanding mountain views and scenic overlooks. You can't go wrong on this one!

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