It’s Impossible Not To Love This Quirky Town In North Carolina

The Town of Rose Hill, population approximately 1,600, was settled in the 1840s and has a few notable claims to fame. The sleepy bedroom community is quiet and unassuming, except for during the annual North Carolina Poultry Festival each November. But the town has other claims to fame besides the poultry festival…

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Have you discovered the world’s largest frying pan in this little North Carolina town? And more importantly, have you devoured some of the delicious food from the pan? We’d love to know!

As a mere point of reference for other parts of the state, Rose Hill is located 60 miles from Fayetteville, 50 miles from Wilmington and 84 miles from Raleigh. The North Carolina Poultry Festival takes place each year on the first Friday and Saturday in November.

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