The bustling Town of Asheboro seems to be the hub of Travelers and Tourists throughout the state of North Carolina. Asheboro is the home of the NC Zoo, there are so many visitors to this area that the once small town of Asheboro has grown into the City you see today! Asheboro is the county seat of Randolph County and is often called ‘The Heart of NC’. Although Asheboro may be the Southern most part of the Piedmont Triad it sits center to the State of North Carolina. Intersected by NC Hwy 64, NC Hwy 42 and US Hwy 220, you’ll find 1 major Interstate runs right through Asheboro; I73. With these major intersections of US and NC Highways Asheboro is easily accessible to all points of North Carolina making it the hub for travelers. You won’t miss out on things to do here, even with the NC Zoo you still have other opportunities awaiting you. Randolph County brings you the home of NASCAR Driver Richard Petty and the Petty Museum, Goat Lady Dairy in Liberty, NC, Pottery in the famous Seagrove Community, the newest addition to Asheboro is Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park where you can camp, fish and have all sorts of fun! Asheboro’s Citizens don’t have to go far to find something to do. You can visit antique stores and restaurants as well as improved Asheboro’s Bicentennial Park downtown which you’ll always find something going on. Food Truck Rodeo’s, Sunset Festival, and Music in all genre’s and from famous to not so famous musicians. There are several Parks throughout Asheboro so there’s always an outdoor area to visit for the family. A great place to live, Randolph County offers a little bit of everything from agriculture, to technology, and something for the small business owners as well. The largest Megasite available nationally, Randolph County and Greensboro’s joint efforts to bring more to the area for employment and small business promotion; the Megasite sits in Liberty, NC. The motto in Randolph County being ‘Shop Local, Support Local, Stay Local’.