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Places to Visit in NC
Transcript of Places to Visit in NC
Hiking and sight seeing it is a truely
beautiful place. Listen to live bluegrass music, taste wine at a local vineyard, ramble around historic sites, canoe on the Yadkin River or camp in Pilot Mountain State Park.
Between Bath and Washington, Goose Creek State Park is a place for camping, backpacking, boating, hiking, fishing and paddling. The Outer Banks area is popular with shipwreck divers, and you can feel as if you've stepped back in time while watching wild ponies run on the beaches of Ocracoke. Charlotte Take a break from North Carolina's sand, sea and mountains to visit the state's business capital and largest city: Charlotte. There's plenty for visitors to do in Charlottel it's chock full of museums and historical sights. Pinehurst Halfway between Charlotte and Raleigh, Pinehurst has long been a golfer's paradise. There's plenty more to do in this picturesque town including horseback riding, cycling, kayaking and a nature walk. Enjoy the refined South by taking part in a Southern high tea, going for a carriage ride or spending an afternoon playing croquet on the lawn.
Biltmore Estate The largest home in america. By: Jonathan Vann Roanoke Island Festival Park Roanoke Island Festival Park is a 27-acre state historic site and cultural center celebrating history, education, and the arts. North Carolin Museum of History This is the apt place to explore the history of North Carolina. This museum inspires visitors to preserve local, regional and state history for future generations as well as to discover the past and contemplate on the current state of life and the position in history.