I am looking for some inexpensive things to do around North Carolina this summer. Does anyone have any suggestions?
North Carolina covers quite a bit of territory, and you haven't given us any indication of what kinds of things you like to do. Beach? Hike? Museums?
You can drive the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is partly in NC. Both are free
The coast has beaches and lighthouses, most of which don't cost much (except for a place to stay). There is a National Park dedicted to the Wright Brothers which was free to us as seniors with a Golden Age Pass. There are a lot of free ferries. The North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort is free. You can take a walking tour of the historic district of a lot of NC towns (Southport, Beaufort, Washington, Edenton, etc) and all you have to do is get a map from the visitors center and follow it.
~Visit The Blue Ridge Parkway.
~Go To The Carolina Basketball Museum.
~Go To The Discovery Place In Charlotte,NC.
~Visit The Lighthouses.
~Go To One Of The Aquariums[on the coast, type in NCAquariums.com]
~Visit The Hickory Furniture Mart! It's like 4 floors of Furiture Madness.
~Go To Calabash,NC and eat at Capt. Johns.[lol]
~Visit The Beaches.
~Go See Jockeys Ridge.
~Go To Biltmore.
~Visit: Duke, Wake Forest, NC State, UNC Chapel Hill, and Davidson.
~ Just go to the coast or the mountains and drive through Carolina, doing whatever you want.
330 S. Middleton Dr., Calabash
250 Crow Creek Drive, Calabash
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Address: 330 S. Middleton Dr., Calabash, NC, 28467