"It's all right here"
Dunn, North Carolina has been noted as one of the fastest growing small cities in the United States. Dunn is conveniently located between Raleigh, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, and Greensboro. The central location as well as low housing costs in this beautiful city help explain why Dunn has become so popular. I-95 and I-40 allow commuters to quickly reach Fort Bragg and other larger markets easily. Dunn is approximately 25 minutes from Fort Bragg and 2 hours from the beautiful North Carolina beaches.
Dunn, NC Located between Raleigh, Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, Pinehurst, and more.
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Anderson Creek Golf
Erwin History Room
Population: 9,263 in 2010
Town size: 6.2 sq mi
Elevation: 207 ft
Zip code: 28334-28335
The city of Dunn was incorporated February 12, 1887. The city’s name honors Bennett R. Dunn who supervised the railway line construction between Fayetteville and Wilson. It was originally a logging town and home to a turpentine distilling center. Current business now include: Wal-Mart, Food Lion, Lowe’s, Gray Metal South, Moody-Dunbar Foods and manufactures of truck bodies and masonry products. Dunn is also an active member of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership. Dunn is the birthplace of General William C. Lee, father of the American Army Airborne, and is home to a museum celebrating the General.
Dunn-Erwin Rail Trail
Touchstone Energy North Carolina Cotton Festival
Contact Dunn Tourism
Dunn Area Tourism Authority
103 E. Cumberland Street
PO Box 310
Dunn, NC 28334
Telephone: (910) 892-3282
Fax: (910) 892-5735
Averasboro Civil War Museum
Cape Fear Canoe Trails
Education and Cultural facts
12 four-year colleges and universities located within one hour drive
Harnett Health Betsy Johnson Hospital, a 101 bed acute care hospital, located in Dunn
30 churches including all major faiths are located in Dunn
10 area festivals occur throughout the year in Dunn
Numerous historic and cultural museums are available in Dunn
Dunn is home to art galleries as well as regional theatres
World class golf is close including: Keith Hills, Pinehurst, and Myrtle Beach courses
Outdoor activities also include: walking, biking, canoeing, horseback riding, camping