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Union County’s motto invites you to “plant your future” and honestly, there’s no better place. Located close enough to major cities like Charlotte to benefit from their amenities and far enough away to enjoy North Carolina’s idyllic countryside, Union County, NC land and farms really are the best of both worlds. Union County, NC remains close to its farming roots, boasting an expansive farmers market, extensive local food initiatives, and comprehensive education on cutting-edge and time-tested agricultural techniques. Comprehensive education isn’t limited to farming. Union County Public Schools have been ranked second highest in the state for their overall proficiency rates and offer students comprehensive advanced placement courses and a high graduation rate. UCPS maintains 30 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, and 11 high schools; among these offerings are multiple specialty schools, like the Central Academy of Technology & Arts and Union County Early College.
Opportunities for Union County, NC land and farms include estates of all sizes and price ranges, farmland, ranchland, riverfront land, clear and forested acreages, commercial land, and historic properties. History-lovers will enjoy exploring Union County’s many Nationally Registered Historic Places, like Historic Downtown Monroe and the Waxhaw and Wingate Historic Districts. Families with kids can explore local pick-your-own farms and corn mazes, while grown-ups might like to sit back and have a drink at one of Union County’s local wineries or breweries. For more outdoor activities, residents of Union County, NC land and farms can take advantage of local trails and parks like the Mineral Springs Greenway or Cane Creek Park. There is plenty of nature to explore in parks like these, with popular hiking trails, boat ramps, horseback riding opportunities, and leagues of sparkling water perfect for a day of fishing.
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