Nothing Compares to North Carolina!
The landscape of North Carolina is as dramatic as its history. The attractions are endless. The eastern coastline rises to the Piedmont, then to the foliage-filled mountains in the west. The natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Parkway climaxes into fall’s picturesque mountains with painted autumn leaves beckoning hikers and shutterbugs. Our mountains are so old they’re called Grandfather. The curve of the mountain roads invite motorists to explore, sightsee, tour. Break for Biltmore Estate or stop at one of 400 vineyards throughout the state. Our 300 miles of coastline have withstood all that Mother Nature has dealt. The Outer Banks are perfect for relaxing, or as home to the famous Wild Horses, they are adorned with lighthouses and ferry boat rides to islands. Shoppers flock to the furniture in Hickory and High Point. We take barbecue seriously here. No buffet is like dining Calabash style. This is NASCAR country, with the legendary Charlotte Motor Speedway. Wilmington anchors the Battleship North Carolina and is known as the “Hollywood of the East” with more than 400 film credits. Plan to stay a few extra days and enjoy all that is North Carolina!
North Carolina Mountains
Visitors to the North Carolina Mountains will find unspoiled acreage, magnificent vistas, close-up views of nature and endless recreation! The misty haze, mountain streams and waterfalls all await you, and opportunities to explore the mountaintops and valleys abound. Each region of the mountains offers something different. Learn More
North Carolina Piedmont
The Piedmont Triad offers visitors family entertainment, historical sites, recreational opportunities and much more. Walk the streets of Old Salem, the most authentic and comprehensive historical attraction in the country. Old Salem features four unique museums, gardens and orchards, the Tannenberg Organ, an original merchant shop and a tavern with costumed waitstaff and authentic Moravian dishes. Old Salem will transport you to another place and time. Learn More
North Carolina Coastal Plains
Imagine pitching your tent among the sand dunes of North Carolina’s barrier islands. Picture parking your RV in the Carolina Beach State Park, with the beach just steps away from your site. The state’s many seaside campsites offer grand vistas of rolling seas, coastal birds swooping amidst the foam of breaking waves and stunning sunsets. Enjoy saltwater fishing and crabbing,Â cast your line off the great piers stretching out into the Atlantic, or just lie on the beach and let the peaceful sounds of the ocean ease your mind.Learn More