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Polk County North Carolina Polk County Invites You Come for a Day… Come for a Lifetime
Polk County North Carolina..an area of natural beauty Nestled in southwestern North Carolina, Polk County offer visitors an area of natural beauty - with mountains, streams, lakes and valleys providing outdoor recreational opportunities and a relaxing stay year round.
Polk County North Carolina … explore in any season With an abundance of historic landmarks, restaurants, festivals and natural scenic beauty, Polk County is the ideal place for day trips or longer getaways. It's 234 square miles of fascinating sites, lively events and breathtaking vistas.
Polk County North Carolina …an easy drive Few areas can match its accessibility with Interstate 26 and US 74 crossing through its region and Interstates 85 and 40 nearby. An easy drive from Knoxville TN, Asheville NC, Charlotte NC Columbia SC, or Atlanta GA Near Asheville, Charlotte and Greenville-Spartanburg airports
Polk County North Carolina …we have something for everyone Leave the hustle and bustle behind as you discover the charm of our quaint mountain towns, outdoor activities and the breathtaking scenery of our landscape.
Polk County North Carolina …the possibilities are endless History will come to life at the Railroad Museum and the restored Polk County Court House. Enjoy a casual drive along US 176, a NC State designated scenic byway, or beautiful Hwy 9. Take in a play or a concert at FENCE or the Tryon Fine Arts Center. Hear a bluegrass band at a local grill.
Polk County North Carolina …days full of pleasure Explore antique shops, specialty shops, and thriving downtowns. Enjoy an old fashioned breakfast, a fast food lunch, or a gourmet dinner. Stay at one of our campgrounds, hotels, country inns, bed and breakfasts, or cabins.
Polk County North Carolina … a place for all seasons Each season will bring you new adventures in Polk County. In Tryon, Columbus, and historic Saluda we offer you wild flowers in the spring, cool rivers in the summer, brilliant colors in the fall, and warming fires in the winter.
Polk County North Carolina …talley ho! Equestrian pursuits have a long history in Tryon and surrounding areas. There are hundreds of miles of riding trails, boarding and training facilities and year round activities for all style of riders.
Polk County North Carolina …come stay with us Historic small towns and sites, fine art, crafts, scenic areas and friendly people make Polk County a place you will want to visit over and over... or you may decide to stay! Learn more... Polk County Travel and Tourism Polk County Government
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