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Antiques

Carolina Antiques & Restoration
4399 Main Street, Ellerbe

910-652-2098

Fairgrounds Antiques
2166 Main Street, Ellerbe
910-652-5798

Memories Antique Shop
West Page Street, Ellerbe


Farm Fresh

The Berry Patch


351 Cargo Road
(910) 652-3276

Gibson's Nursery


342 Gibson Nursery Road
910-652-6154


This local plant nursery specializes in azaleas, field grown collards, cabbage, tomato and other varieties of plants. The nursery is located three miles east of Hwy 220 on Gibson Nursery Road.

Triple L Farms


2205 Derby Road
910-417-0438


Points of Interest

Rankin Museum of American Heritage


Come see this world-class collection of artifacts documenting the natural and historic heritage of America.
910-652-6378

Ellerbe Springs Inn & Restaurant

 

Built in 1906 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn features 13 guest rooms with Victorian furnishings and a full-service restaurant. The Spring House is available for special occasions.
910-652-5600

Camp Millstone


Nestled in the tall pines of the Sandhills, 4-H campers and special users enjoy boating, swimming, fishing, horseback riding, shooting and hiking. Above all else they enjoy the learning experience. Established in 1939, the center is situated within the 60,000-acre Sandhills Wildlife Management Gamelands and covers 320 acres of undisturbed woodlands. The North Carolina 4-H Museum will open on the site in 2009.
910-652-5905



















Bostick School

This restored one-room schoolhouse, located on Clayton Carriker Road is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.


Points of Interest

Windy Hill Sports


Sanctioned motocross and ATV racing at its best.
910-895-4387

Scenic Byways

Indian Heritage Trail
Runs from Millstone Road east of Ellerbe, through town and west on NC73, over the Little River to Indian Mound State Historic Site.


Grassy Island Crossing
Traverse the Pee Dee River hills on Grassy Island Road, crosses the Pee Dee River on NC109 and picks up on Grassy Island Road again through parts of the Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge.


Town Creek Indian Mound


A visit to Town Creek Indian Mound offers a glimpse of pre-Columbian life in Piedmont North Carolina. The visitor center contains interpretive exhibits, as well as audiovisual programs that bring alive a rich cultural heritage from the buried past. Self-guided tours of the rebuilt structures and mound and other group activities are available.
(910) 439-6802

Wildlife Pursuits

John Lentz Hunter Education Complex
Located on Game Management Road these facilities include outdoor pistol (25 yd), outdoor rifle (100 yd), muzzleloading, trap, skeet, and archery.
Range 910-652-3859
Camp Office 910-652-5905


The Webb Farm Quail Grounds & Lodge


One of North Carolina's finest wingshooting destinations, the lodge is nestled in the heart of 1,200 acres of prime quail habitat.
910-652-6563


DeWitt Game Farm


Sporting clay course with regular events, guided hunts, and shooting instruction.
910-652-2926


Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge


Nearly 1,000 acres of the 8,000-acre preserve is in Richmond County, just a few miles west of Ellerbe.





















Pee Dee River/Blewett Falls Lake


Fishing, boating, paddling and wildlife observation opportunities abound on the Pee Dee River and Blewett Falls Lake.


Special Events

March: Ellerbe Marathon (last Saturday in March)
Contact: Doug Dawkins
(910-206-2095) or to email Doug
Click Here
The Boogie Races


April: Hunter Education Weekend (last weekend)
Contact: John Lentz Hunter Education Center
Range 910-652-3859 & Camp Office 910-652-5905


May: Wagon Train
Contact: Bo Ussery (910) 895-3885
or Greg McAuley (910) 652-2050


June, August, September, October, November, December: Clay shoot
Contact:
DeWitt's Game Farm
(910) 652-2926


July: July 4th celebration at Lions Club Park


November: The first Saturday before Thanksgiving of every year - Farmers Parade & Festival Starts at 11:00 a.m. We also will have craft vendors in the conference room of the town hall. Contact Richmond County Cooperative Extension (910) 997-8255. The same day we will also have the second Annual Ellerbe Farmers Day Parade 5K. 8:30 a.m. until. Click Here to download the regitration form. The meeting place for the race will be at the Ellerbe First Presbyterian Fellowship Hall parking lot. Registration will be from 7:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m.


Click Here for the 2015 Farmer's Day Parade 5K Times


December: Our Hometown Christmas Event is held on the first Thursday in December each year from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


Spring to Fall: Lawnmower Races every other Saturday night at Ellerbe Lions Club Park. Facebook us for more information.


October to March: Sandhills Gamelands Field Trials Weekly


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