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Centrally located in North Carolina, the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area enjoys easy access by auto from Interstates 95, 85, 40, and 73/74 (partially completed), and has direct access to US 1, US 15-501, NC 2, NC 5 and NC 211. The Moore County Airport (KSOP) can handle private aircraft up to BAC III. Other area airports within 100 miles include Fayetteville, Raleigh/Durham, Greensboro, and Charlotte. Finally, by train, AMTRAK provides daily service directly to and from the area.

The new Visitors Centers on Interstate 73/74 at the Randolph-Montgomery County line are now open. Be sure to stop by and check out the unique construction of the south-bound Visitors Center, complete with green roof!

For more travel and transportation information, click here.

Atlanta, GA - 353 miles
Asheville, NC - 215 miles
Baltimore, MD - 434 miles
Boston, MA - 788 miles
Charleston, SC - 235 miles
Charlotte, NC - 106 miles
Chicago, IL - 855 miles
Cincinnati, OH - 550 miles
Cleveland, OH - 530 miles
Columbus, OH - 498 miles
Dallas, TX - 1175 miles
Detroit, MI - 755 miles
Jacksonville, FL - 401 miles
Knoxville, TN - 319 miles

Louisville, KY - 567 miles
Miami, FL - 749 miles
Mobile, AL - 730 miles
Montreal, Canada - 775 miles
Myrtle Beach, SC - 150 miles
New Orleans, LA - 833 miles
New York, NY - 572 miles
Philadelphia, PA - 471 miles
Pittsburgh, PA - 505 miles
Raleigh, NC - 71 miles
St. Louis, MO - 639 miles
Tampa, FL - 595 miles
Toronto, Canada - 810 miles
Washington, DC - 340 miles

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Convention & Visitors Bureau Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area

65 Community Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
1-800-346-5362
Fax: 910-692-2493

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DID YOU KNOW?

The Pinehurst area is the home of five past equestrian Olympians.

2024

Pinehurst No. 2 will host the U.S. Open Championship for the fourth time in only 25 years.

INTERESTING FACT

The House in the Horseshoe, built in 1772, was placed on the State Historic Register in 1955.

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