The weather starts cooling off, the leaves begin to change and it becomes obvious that fall is in the air. Just because the seasons are changing does not mean you can’t keep exploring the great North Carolina outdoors. As a matter of fact, the Haw River is still flowing and still welcomes you for a visit. If you have not stopped by in a while, there are many changes to the recreational areas that may stand out to you. For nature lovers, the fun continues as the progress towards uniting public enjoyment and conservation together perseveres.
Whether you are an out of town guest or you have lived in Pittsboro, North Carolina your entire life, experience this Chatham County town like never before with these guided tips. Start your new year with a new perspective on your favorite local spots or take the opportunity to visit your next favorite local spot.
Fill you next day trip within Pittsboro, North Carolina with eclectic décor, food or a good read. Take the next step now!
From the coast to the mountains, there is no better place to spend New Year’s Eve than the state of North Carolina. With some of the most magical New Year’s Eve celebrations to a New Year’s Day packed full of exciting events, bring your loved ones along for the ride as we take a trip through some of our state’s best traditions. Say goodbye to 2016 and ring in 2017 by visiting a new city, trying a new food or watching the best fireworks display!
If you enjoy a glass of fine wine, Chatham County has got you covered! From winery tours to an annual “Spa-la-la-la-la,” you’ll be able to avoid the winter blues this month by pampering yourself and your taste buds. Read more
What do community college and tourism have in common? They are both earning Chatham County some serious bragging rights. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – Chatham County has a great music scene, and it’s not all bluegrass. Nothing wrong with bluegrass, BTW. But this weekend is about Indie artists at TRKfest in Pittsboro.
The Haw River Festival is celebrating its 22nd year of exceptional local music, environmental education activities, local art, and unique children’s activities. This event, this year on May 7, is one of the Triangle’s premiere outdoor spring environmental festivals.
Best of all: it’s free.
Chatham County, NC – One of the finest homes in the Triangle.
I can’t say enough about the house at 1936 Redbud Road. More than 11 wooded acres on Jordan Lake, in-ground swimming pool and custom designed kitchen, all convenient to everything in the region.
In fact, I made a YouTube video all about it.
Sorry, this great property went to a lucky buyer. Contact me for info about what’s available right now or to tell me about your dream house.