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Directions to the Weymouth Center in Southern Pines

Southern Pines can be confusing to navigate for the first time, with its one-way roads, confusing yield signs, and main thoroughfare with a railroad track inbetween the lanes. We’ll divide this directions page into two parts: 1) how to get from select NC cities to Southern Pines, and 2) how to find the Weymouth Center, once you’ve made it to Southern Pines.


Getting to Southern Pines

From Asheville: Take I-40 East to Exit 168 and turn right onto US 64. Continue on 64 for about 50 miles until Asheboro, where you will take the exit for US 220 South toward Rockingham. Drive 28 miles and take the exit for Candor, turning left onto NC 211 East. Follow 211 for 20 miles until you reach a roundabout. Take the 2nd exit on the roundabout, which is US 15/US 501/NC 211. Follow this road for 4 miles, then turn left onto US 1 North. Drive for 1 mile, then take the exit toward the Southern Pines Business District. Continue on this road (Old US 1) for 0.5 mile, making a right onto Morganton Rd at the first traffic light.

From Charlotte: From Uptown, take Independence Blvd (US 74/NC 27) toward the east. Turn on to Albemarle Rd, following NC 27 East. Follow NC 27 for about 65 miles until you pass through the town of Biscoe. Take US 220 South toward Rockingham. Drive about 5 miles and take the exit for Candor, turning left onto NC 211 East. Follow NC 211 for 20 miles until you reach a roundabout. Take the 2nd exit on the roundabout, which is US 15/US 501/NC 211. Follow this road for 4 miles, then turn left onto US 1 North. Drive for 1 mile, then take the exit toward the Southern Pines Business District. Continue on this road (Old US 1) for 0.5 mile, making a right onto Morganton Rd at the first traffic light.

From the Triad: Follow US 421 South out of Greensboro. In Sanford, make a right onto US 1 South. Follow US 1 for around 25 miles and take the Midland Rd exit, turning left onto Midland Rd.

From Raleigh and Durham: Follow US 1 South out of Raleigh approximately 60 miles (from the US 1/I-40 intersection). Take the Midland Rd exit in Southern Pines, turning left onto Midland Rd.

From Greenville, Goldsboro, and other Eastern NC areas: Go west to I-95, then go south on I-95. Take Exit 79 and make a right onto NC 27 West. Follow NC 27 for about 50 miles, passing through Lillington, until you reach US 1 just before the town of Cameron. Turn left onto US 1 South. Follow US 1 for 13 miles and take the Midland Rd exit in Southern Pines, turning left onto Midland Rd.

From Wilmington: Take US 74 West out of Wilmington. Follow US 74 approximately 100 miles until Laurinburg. Take exit 187, making a left onto US 74 Business West. Follow this for 3 miles until downtown Laurinburg, where you will make a right onto US 15/US 501 (Main St.). 1 mile after this turn, the road forks; take the left fork, continuing on 15/501 (Aberdeen Rd.) Follow 15/501 for about 25 miles, where the road will fork again in Aberdeen. This time, take the right fork, onto US 1 North, into Southern Pines. Drive for 1 mile, then take the exit toward the Southern Pines Business District. Continue on this road (Old US 1) for 0.5 mile, making a right onto Morganton Rd at the first traffic light.


Finding Weymouth in Southern Pines

From the Midland Rd exit off of US 1: Midland Rd becomes Broad St in downtown Southern Pines. You will be driving along Broad St, with businesses to your right, and a railroad track to your left. At Connecticut Ave (after you pass Doug’s Car Garage on your right), turn left, crossing the railroad tracks, and continue along this road for 0.5 miles. Weymouth is on this road! You will cross over 4 streets after you cross over the railroad tracks. Weymouth will be on your right shortly after Ridge St.

From Morganton Rd: Morganton Rd will become May St. Continue on May St for 0.8 mile, making a right turn onto Connecticut Ave. Weymouth is on this road! Drive 0.3 mile; Weymouth will be on your right, shortly after Ridge St.

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