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Places to stay in North Carolina

Charlotte: Cranes that once peppered Charlotte’s towering skyline have been replaced by an unprecedented culmination of new hotels, landmarks, attractions, and entertainment venues, breathing new life into an already captivating cityscape with so much to offer. The result? A coming-out party fit for the Queen City herself. Whether it’s the opening of a new Charlotte nightlife hotspot, Charlotte restaurant, or a chic Charlotte shopping boutique, the possibilities of things to do in Charlotte are endless.

Asheville: The Asheville area, named a must-see destination in 2007 by Frommer's, boasts a thriving arts community, diverse outdoor adventures, a vibrant and inviting downtown, numerous historic and architectural attractions, and unique shopping options.

Raleigh: When you're looking for the excitement and attractions of a great city, combined with the affordability, approachability and appeal of a classic Southern town, look no further than Greater Raleigh. Best known for its world-class museums, best of Broadway shows and live concerts, Capital area historic sites, professional and amateur sporting events and shopping mecca status with nine major retail areas, Greater Raleigh truly offers a variety of entertainment all in one park-like, scenic setting.

Greensboro: Saura and Keyauwee Indians were the earliest inhabitants of Piedmont North Carolina. The first settlers in the Greensboro area were mostly Germans, Quakers of Welsh and English descent and Scotch-Irish who came to the Piedmont from Norsthern colonies. These pioneers worked the land and shaped the future for generations to come. Permanent settlement began around 1740.

Durham: Durham is a colorful, creative, and entrepreneurial community and is the proud home of Research Triangle Park, Duke and North Carolina Central universities. More than 6 million people visit Durham each year to enjoy a wealth of things to see and do including art places, entertainment & events, golf, history, nature & science places, and sports.

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Todays featured Bryson City, North Carolina Campsite / RV Park:

Bear Hunters Campground & RV Park


Todays featured Jackson Springs, North Carolina Campsite / RV Park:

Travel Resorts Of America's Sycamore Lodge


Todays featured Durham, North Carolina Hotel:


The hotel is a 7-story building with all public space located on the 1st floor. The hotel offers rooms, studios and suites. The hotel is within 1 minutes walking distance of grocery shopping, 5 minutes walking distance to a local shopping plaza and 15 minute walk of an upscale mall. RDU International Airport is a 10 minute drive away. Hotel location is just .1 off of Route 40 exit.


Todays featured Mayodan, North Carolina Bed and Breakfast:

Autumn Creek Vineyards / cabin In The Vines


Todays featured Kinston, North Carolina Bed and Breakfast:

Bentley Vernon Hall Estate Bed & Breakfast


Todays featured Surf City, North Carolina Campsite / RV Park:

Surf City Family Campground


Todays featured Roaring Gap, North Carolina Hotel:

High Meadows Inn & Nikolas Restaurant


Todays featured White Lake, North Carolina Motel:

Sundeck Apartments & Motel


Todays featured Salter Path, North Carolina Motel:

William & Garland Motel

Enjoy our small family owned motel located on the Salter Path Dunes Natural Area in Salter Path, NC. Ideally situated in the middle of Bogue Banks on North Carolina's beautiful Crystal Coast.


Todays featured Carthage, North Carolina Campsite / RV Park:

The Heritage


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