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Seated in the wide-open air of the North Carolina Piedmont, Stanly County combines a small-town community experience with strong technology networks and global connections. Once a destination for Carolina gold rushers, Stanly County, NC land and farms have maintained their prosperity through a history of agriculture and manufacturing. Agriculture continues to be a major part of Stanly County’s lifestyle, with thousands of acres dedicated to soybean, cotton, poultry, and cattle farming. The NC Cooperative Extension gives residents of Stanly County, NC land and farms access to some of the most cutting-edge agricultural technology, as well as prepping the next generation of farmers through a variety of 4-H clubs. Stanly County kids also get plenty of opportunities to learn from Stanly County Schools, which supports 11 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 7 high schools. Post-secondary students can also pursue an education at local Pfeiffer University or Stanly Community College.
Available land and farms in Stanly County, NC include estates of all sizes and price ranges, farmland, ranchland, creekland, clear and forested acreages, commercial land, and industrial spaces. Their rural environment and proximity to Uwharrie National Forest offer plenty of outdoor experiences for Stanly County residents. Local parks like Morrow Mountain State Park offer campsites, boat ramps, picnic shelters, and hiking and horseback riding trails. You can spend days fishing, hiking, or seeing the beautiful views from the height of Morrow Mountain. If you spot grape vines up there, you might want to investigate one of Stanly County’s award-winning vineyards, which offer a variety of experiences from grape stomping to wildlife viewing. After a long day outdoors, residents like to drive-in and sit back for a classic movie-going experience at the Badin Road Drive-In theater, which has been open for operation since 1948.
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