Everyone In North Carolina Should Visit This Quaker Community Settled Before The Revolutionary War

Not many people realize Quaker roots in North Carolina trace all the way back to 1741, when the first meeting was held in the Cane Creek Valley. That community soon became known as Snow Camp. How that name came about is a bit of a contention among historians, but it stuck. And today, the unincorporated community of Snow Camp is quite a step back in time. With restaurants, a winery, and a preserved historic settlement, Snow Camp is worthy of a visit. Take a look below at some of the amazing sites and historic attractions.

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Snow Camp is located just 40 minutes southeast of Greensboro, 30 minutes due west of Chapel Hill, and just two hours northeast of Charlotte.