Asheboro is a town in North Carolina. It is known primarily as the home of the North Carolina Zoo, and contains few other attractions.
Only with a car. Asheboro is directly connected with Greensboro (Future Interstate 74), Raleigh (Hwy. 64), and Charlotte (Hwy. 49).
Car, although biking is possible in some areas.
Seagrove Pottery: Seagrove is a small community south of Asheboro, famous for its pottery. A huge number of potters operate out of homes and small workshops in and around the town.
Taste of Asia: Good Thai food on South Fayettville Street.
Something Different: Variety of cuisines, middle eastern, Italian, on Zoo Parkway just south of Dixie Drive.
The Dixie III: An excellent Southern food restaurant, good value, and local favorite. Located on Dixie Drive, half a mile east of the intersection with Zoo Parkway.
Dixie Express: Owned by the same family as the Dixie III, a good local fast food option. Excellent milkshakes, hot dogs, and sandwiches. Try a hot dog "all the way": mustard, chili, slaw, and onions. Located among the other fast food restaurants on Dixie Drive.
Burrito Brothers: Authentic Mexican food, located on N. Fayettville Street.
Asheboro is one of the country's largest dry towns.
Almost all hotels are located on Dixie Drive (Hwy. 64).