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North Carolina Welcome Center

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Staff are very helpful and seem to want to make your visit to North Carolina the best. Facilities... read more

Reviewed November 24, 2017
Traveler1795
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America
Helpful Folks!

Stopped in to get some brochures and they had just what we were looking for. Brochures for every... read more

Reviewed June 23, 2017
Martha G
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Jersey Shore, New Jersey
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Nov 24, 2017
“Super Friendly”
Jun 23, 2017
“Helpful Folks!”
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3683 I - 95, Pleasant Hill, NC 27866
+1 252-537-3365
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Reviewed November 24, 2017

Staff are very helpful and seem to want to make your visit to North Carolina the best. Facilities are clean. Brochures and maps grouped from all around NC.

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Reviewed June 23, 2017

Stopped in to get some brochures and they had just what we were looking for. Brochures for every area of North Carolina and most of the interesting places to visit. -- The people who were there were also very helpful and so nice.--BTW-restrooms are clean!...More

Thank Martha G
Reviewed May 7, 2017 via mobile

People here at the welcome center were wonderful! So patient and helpful, tons of maps and suggestions. Good savings for carriage rides too!

Thank Joanne S
Reviewed January 23, 2017

This is usually our first stop when we head south from Richmond. It is very attractive, with the restroom building being separate from the actual Visitor Information Office. What was interesting is the very tall "sculpture" (think folk art on a pole) on the grounds....More

Thank urbanguy
Reviewed December 22, 2016

October 03, 2016, Best friend, Sherry, and I stopped here at the end of a long driving day from Georgia just before the sun set and it was the first time that I had ever seen or noticed the Blue Star markers. I learned that...More

Thank MariefromGeorgia
Reviewed October 4, 2016

Beautiful rest stop with a large information center, clean restrooms, and vending machines. lots of places to sit, picnic and rest. The staff at the visitor center is very helpful and knoweldgable about distances to travel. Lots of brochures and maps to pick up here....More

Thank cockers2luv
Reviewed September 21, 2016 via mobile

Bright and delightfully decorated area. Sections for each area of the state with informative brochures. Very helpful staff. Answered our questions and drew on the map alternate routes. Large restrooms at this site.

Thank BedsideManor
Reviewed September 16, 2016 via mobile

I am very well traveled and have stopped at many rest areas, both public and private in many, many states. This Rest Stop on l-95 as you enter NC from VA is a very fine stop. You have plenty of advance notice, so as to...More

Thank GeorgeH-LI_NY-ExPat
Reviewed August 17, 2016

The NC welcome center is a complete welcome center. You can talk to the helpful staff who were very friendly. You can pick up as many brochures as you can carry for activities in the state. The restrooms were very clean and the grounds were...More

Thank Mark K
Reviewed August 15, 2016

This was by far the worst state welcome center I have ever visited. The men's bathroom was a disaster area. It smelled badly, and there was trash everywhere. I would gladly stop at a convenience store bathroom over this place.

Thank SEB8536
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