Devour Home Cooking At Yesterday’s Grill In Snow Camp, One Of The Oldest Quaker Settlements In North Carolina

When you’re seeking a perfect destination for your next foodie road trip, gas up the car and head to the Piedmont of North Carolina to the tiny community of Snow Camp. Known as one of the first Quaker settlements in North Carolina, Snow Camp was the site of the Cane Creek Friends Meeting that began here long before the Revolutionary War.

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Snow Camp is a quaint little community. Keep reading to learn more about how it’s one of the oldest Quaker settlements in North Carolina.

Address: 716 W Greensboro Chapel Hill Rd, Snow Camp, NC 27349, USA