Farmington Dragway

For the racing enthusiasts or spectators, the Farmington Dragway is open year round featuring weekly racing programs like Friday Night Thunder as well as many special events. Whether you like fast cars, trucks, motorcycles, or tractors , a trip to the Dragway is guaranteed family fun.

Nestled in the quaint farming community of Mocksville, just on the outside of historic Winston-Salem, Farmington Dragway makes for an absolutely beautiful racing facility.

The Meadows at Walnut Cove

Tucked away just south of Hanging Rock NC State Park, The Meadows is surrounded by hundreds of acres of privately owned land.

The venue is nestled on 32 acres of land and creates the perfect background for wedding pictures.  The wedding ceremonies here are one of a kind, with a beautiful spring fed pond in the background.  Guests can grab a drink from the 100 year old tobacco barn that has been restored and converted into the bar area.  The custom timber framed wedding pavilion is rustic, charming, and spacious enough to host almost any size wedding or event.

Eden Drive-In

A classic drive-in movie theater with two screens and newly released movies playing every weekend.

Come out and enjoy a movie under the stars.

Kersey Valley

Laser tagging, zip lining, axe throwing, bomb bowling- OH MY! All this and more can be found at Kersey Valley, where anyone can live their adventure.

Perfect for group outings, team-building events, parties, & school/scout trips! Seasonal attractions are Maize Adventure—Trek the corn maze, ride the Kersey Valley Express, plus a full day of activities on 1 all-inclusive ticket; Spooky Woods—Have a frightfully good time with custom sets & monsters at our haunted attraction; Christmas—Stroll through an immersive holiday environment, train/wagon rides and adventure playground.

Pilot Mountain

Pilot Mountain State Park centers around the iconic geologic knob that serves as a beacon, inviting outdoor enthusiasts to a vast array of activities. The park offers the gamut, from hiking and horseback riding to rock climbing and camping, with accesses on both the rugged terrain of the monadnock and the Yadkin River. The Mountains-to-Sea State Trail also traverses both park sections.

The park boasts 14 miles of hiking in the mountain section, another 14 miles of hiking at the river section, 9 miles of horseback riding, paddling, fishing, camping showers, and more!

Yonder’s Country Market

Yonder’s Country Market is a hidden gem in Caswell County, NC with a rich history and a big heart.
It was started as a small family-run store in the early 1990’s by Amish-man, Sam Yonders, and with the help if its community has since grown into a thriving business. Travelers from far and wide stop in to experience a step back in time with its welcoming atmosphere, gospel hymns, aroma of delicious baked goods, quality meats and cheeses from Amish County, rich hand-dipped ice cream and extensive collection of Amish bulk foods.

Shangri-La Stone Village

Shangri-La is a village in Prospect Hill, but it’s not like any other village; it’s a storybook town with buildings that are around five feet tall and made of stone from a local quarry. The village is the sole creation of one man, Henry Warren, who began building Shangri-La in 1968 at the age of 72. In all, there are 27 buildings in the village, including a school, a church, a theater, a hospital, and a mill.

Warren, a retired tobacco farmer, hand-picked the rocks, and single-handedly built every single aspect of this lovable little stone village. In 1972, he placed a plaque in his village; it reads, “Let me live in the house by the side of the road and be a friend to man.” This is always open and visitors are welcome to come anytime for no charge.

Thomas Day House

Thomas Day was a free Black furniture craftsman and cabinetmaker in Milton in Caswell County. He moved to Milton in 1817 and became a highly successful businessman, boasting the largest and most productive workshop in the state during the 1850s.

Thomas Day/Union Tavern Restoration, Inc. operates the museum. which is where Thomas Day lived and worked. The museum houses Day furniture and architectural elements.

Flying Disc Clubhouse

A disc golf course, taproom, bottle shop, and a pro shop all in one unique historic location?! Well, of course it’s Flying Disc Clubhouse!

The Disc Golf Cabin Course was designed to be fun and challenging for all skill levels, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned disc golfer. The layout has a balance of hyzer and anhyzer shots with fun elevation challenges, raised baskets, and water hazards.

So, come by, play a round, grab a beer and enjoy all that Flying Disc has to offer!

Animal Park at the Conservator’s Center

Come reconnect with wildlife and visit over 20 species of animals wildly up close.

A tour of of the Conservator’s Center covers a three-quarter-mile path with an experienced tour guide to learn about each of the animals—and each species’ ecological importance.

The Animal Park at the Conservators Center is open Saturday and Sunday each week for Public Tours, Private Tours, and seasonal events!  Group Tours for social groups, college clubs, and scout troops are also available during the week, as well as weekday Wild Field Trips for school programs.