Our vision is to create a lasting memorial, not only to historical and current aviation, but to honor those brave air veterans who served our country and gave their lives to protect our freedom and the freedom future generations can enjoy. It is hoped that everyone who visits the future museum will find it uplifting and interesting, increase their knowledge of the history of Aviation, and think of it as a memorable experience. We are located in the beautiful “Sandhills” area of North Carolina and the home town of James R. McConnell to whom the museum is dedicated.

The Museum is currently in the development phase. We are moving forward as planned, but the future is totally dependent on Contributions and Support from our Future Members and Sponsors.

Double Eagle Indoor Golf & Lounge

We’re so excited to bring indoor virtual golf to Moore Country. As golf enthusiasts living in one of the best golf towns in the country, we noticed a few missing pieces in our golf experience:

Heavy rain days are a bummer.

Once the sun sets, we’re out of luck.

Weekend tournaments keeping us from snagging a tee time.

Getting side-eye from the golf shop when we try to squeeze in a fifth player .

Or when we’re looking for some solid data to dial in our swing change.

We believe golf is for everyone. So, we decided to get together and provide a place for friends, families, and even the most golf-obsessed to extend the golf experience outside of our daily 18.

The founding team of the Double Eagle represents locals, veterans, and female small business owners. Our team is not only passionate about golf but about serving our growing community.


By The Hour

Book as an individual or as a group to practice your swing, challenge each other to a Longest Drive contest, or play an entire round.

Choose from more than 200+ Courses Around the World
Browse the Trackman Library to play either solo or with friends. With a foursome (or more), we recommend booking your bay for at least 3 hours in order to complete 18 holes. Times may vary depending on your pace of play and level.

Rates are per hour, NOT per person. However, for parties of 6 or more, we highly recommend renting multiple bays. Very similar to being on the course, the more players, the slower it goes. Our maximum limit per bay is 8 people.

With a Pro

Reserve a bay with a Double Eagle golf pro OR bring your own trainer or client for a lesson or swing assessment. Min. 1 hour.

Just for Fun

Bring family or friends to chill out and play any of Trackman’s games including Bullseye, Capture the Flag, Closest to the Pin, and more!

Not a Golfer?

The Double Eagle is for everyone. Walk in and chill out at our bar or our open-seating tables to have a beverage and a snack while you take in the latest games on TVs around the facility.  There are several nearby restaurants that offer takeout or feel free to DoorDash your favorite spot and relax in our space.

The 1st Bespoke Picnic Experience in the Pines. We design & set up Picnics & Social Soirées

My Story

Through the years my husband and I have been on quite a few picnic dates. There’s something about being outside, snacking on tasty bites, sipping lemonade, and laying back watching the clouds go by with your special someone. Sometimes on rainy days, we’ve ordered out, threw a tablecloth on the floor, called the kids to dinner, and picnicked in the family room. My kids love this tradition and so do I. These picnic dates are among some of my favorite memories. Along with my fondness for picnics, I have a love of hosting social soirées and creating beautiful table-scapes to be enjoyed by my family and friends. With their encouragement and support, I started Pinehurst Picnic Co. I would love to design the perfect picnic date for you. Whether it’s a special occasion you’d like to celebrate, a picnic in the park with your special someone, or just a get-together with friends – Pinehurst Picnic Co. will help you make the memories you will talk about in the years to come with a Luxury Curated Picnic Experience. My picnic basket fare is locally sourced and is sure to exceed your picnic goals; you’ll have everything you need and more. I can’t wait to start designing your luxury picnic. 

The Walthour-Moss Foundation – Imagine a woodland where time has stood still and where nature is protected and will never fall victim to bulldozers and concrete. Imagine a place where the environment is preserved and exists as a sanctuary for wildlife and enjoyment for mankind. Such a paradise exists today.

The Walthour-Moss Foundation was established upon the death of William O. “Pappy” Moss to ensure the preservation of the open land that he and Virginia Walthour Moss so treasured. The Foundation is located in the Sandhills of North Carolina, one mile from the town of Southern Pines. It occupies over 4000 acres, virtually unspoiled by progress and development.

The Foundation was originally known for its equestrian use, which continues to attract world-class riders and drivers to its sandy lanes and trails. However, the implementation of proper silva culture and ecological practices have made the Walthour-Moss Foundation a true environmental preserve. The almost extinct red-cockaded woodpecker is making a strong comeback on these protected lands. Their habitats are tagged for study and monitoring by naturalists. The land is also home to many other varieties of birds, deer, raccoons, opossums, red and grey foxes, and rare fox squirrels.

The importance of The Walthour-Moss Foundation cannot be overstated and every year its existence becomes more critical. As acre after acre of unspoiled land becomes covered with homes, shopping centers, factories, and roads, there is less and less land which is so desperately needed for natural purposes. As an example, in the spring of 2005, the North Carolina Department of Transportation transferred 180 acres of environmentally-sensitive land north of Aiken Road to the care of The Walthour-Moss Foundation. In transferring this land to the Foundation’s care, the NC DOT found the Foundation to be “good stewards of the environment and the appropriate entity to care for this special piece of property.”

Raise the American Spirit

Gratitude For Extraordinary Service Through Premium Spirits


Brad and Jess Halling founded BHAWK after a combined 49 years of service in the U.S. Army. Both born and raised in the Midwest, they’ve both long called the Fort Bragg, North Carolina area their home. Their Southern Pines, North Carolina distillery and BHAWK’s purpose-driven brands are a second calling.

Come follow us as we decorate and restore our 1910 farmhouse and start a Lavender Farm in Cameron, NC.

Tea Parties

Sip, Relax, & Enjoy Life for a While! Come enjoy life on the farm while sipping a glass of delicious tea and eating delectable creations from one of our local Moore County chefs/bakers. See the next tea booking under our “Tea Parties” tab in the top left corner of the page. Thanks for stopping by.


Our farm is the perfect place to host your event. Private, peaceful, country atmosphere awaits your event. Ample parking is available.

(Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Birthday Parties, Promotion/Retirement Celebrations, Small intimate Wedding Rehearsal Dinners or a Sunday Brunch are just to name a few of the events we can host.

Book the farm for an Event or Photography Session.

Are you looking for a place to stage a proposal? Or perhaps a venue to take a family portrait? Book a photography session with us. The lavender fields or our 1910 farmhouse are the perfect backdrop to capture your memories!


We offer a variety of lavender and honey products.

We sell pasture raised poultry and eggs.

Distinctive & Bold

Red’s Corner is a beer garden and food truck park with a two-acre outdoor green space neatly organized to provide utilities and amenities enabling up to 6 food trucks to remain on a permanent, semi-permanent, or daily basis. The taproom, an inviting Carolina cottage situated at the entrance of the property, features a classic “southern porch” where people can sit in the shade under fans and sip cold beer, wine, and other popular drinks as they relax awaiting their food.

Red’s Corner is open to local vendors as a “farmers market” for their produce or crafts, and for fun seasonal events like a pumpkin patch in the fall for kids, Christmas trees and hot chocolate in the winter, and live music or outdoor movies in the spring and summer. Finally, Red’s is the perfect location for family reunions, work gatherings, wedding parties, or other occasions.  

Just off Interstate HWY 1, on the southeast corner of SW Broad Street and Morganton Ave, Red’s Corner is adjacent to Southern Pines’ downtown business district and is at the geographic epicenter of the explosion in housing and business expansion projects currently underway in the Southern Pines/Aberdeen/Pinehurst communities.  

Twelve beer taps will serve a variety of beers and a fun non-alcoholic root beer for kids. The beer selection will be a mix of national best sellers to satisfy everyone’s taste, while a variety of regional favorites will offer a chance for folks to enjoy great microbrews.  Red and White wine, seltzers and Kombucha will also be sold for those who want to enjoy something different with their meal or after morning yoga on the lawn.

Utility services (power, fresh water, sanitary sewer, propane refills, garbage/refuse management) for up to 6 food trucks to “hook up” and operate/remain indefinitely. Commissary kitchens: one kitchen is adjacent to the property and others are located within 1 mile. Limited dry storage available.

Southern style porches and arbors with fans and heaters for comfortable seating. Fire pit and water feature (in the future). Farmers market where local vendors will be able to set up a cart out on the lawn and sell their produce or crafts each day. Lawn sculptures/jungle gym for children to enjoy. Dog friendly so our best friends can join us

Enjoy Pinball, Giant Jenga, classic arcade games, outdoor Seating with putting green, skee ball, basketball let your kid or your inner kid run wild.


Who we are

Southern Pines locals, Ezra & Heather Dyer and Elena Avila (and good boy, Gary)

Why we started Rec Room

We are raising our families here and LOVE everything about Moore County.  We wanted a place where families can be together in a fun filled, easy going environment.  

What you can expect at Rec Room

Kid Friendly, and dog friendly environment.  Relaxed vibe with comfortable seating, great drinks, and the best outdoor patio you can imagine.  21+ after 10pm. 

Come visit for great drinks and retro and new video games.  All in a family friendly (and dog friendly) environment.

Hammer & Stain is a DIY studio where guests transform unfinished wood into wall worthy pieces. Our instructor guided classes make it fun and easy to create a piece you will love! All you have to do is bring yourself, your friends, and your favorite beverage!

Union Station Railroad Museum

The Union Station Railroad Museum in Aberdeen seeks to preserve the Union Station Depot and to preserve and exhibit artifacts and memorabilia collected from the community, the Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company, and other railroad enterprises that passed through Union Station or operated in the surrounding region.

Built circa 1900, Union Station features Victorian architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The station was designed by T.B. Creel. The museum features railroad exhibits and artifacts from the Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad and one of only two inspection cars left in the U.S. A renovated caboose sits on tracks nearby. Located on the corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street.

Open by appointment only, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays.  Please contact Bob Martin at (910) 757-0161 or Chuck Zuhone at (910) 215-0012 for an appointment.

Admission is FREE.


100 East Main Street
Aberdeen, NC 28315

Mailing Address:

PO Box 785
Aberdeen, NC 28315

About Sandhills Central Railroad Club

The Sandhills Central Railroad Club was founded in 1979 by a group of railroad enthusiasts and modelers who shared a common love of railroads and railroad modeling. Currently the club has dismantled the layout that was in the basement of the Campbell house in Southern Pines which had been operated there since 1987. The club moved some of the layout to the Aberdeen Union Station in 2007 and is currently operating but undergoing continued construction and modification. The Aberdeen layout depicts portions of Main, South, and Poplar streets, in addition to State routes US 1 and US 5.