Once you get a taste for the friendly, hometown environment of Moore County you will find that you will want to make it your home. After only spending a few short moments in our County you will understand why countless visitors from across the world have chosen Moore County as their home. In addition to our fantastic quality of life, Moore County has a nationally recognized health system and medical community. We also have top notch educational options ensuring children and adults alike have access to the educational needs so they can become lifelong learners. Combined with the proximity to Fort Bragg, home of the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne, Forces Command and the U.S. Army Reserve Command, Moore County provides an array of opportunities – capturing the small town feel while providing the amenities of a metropolitan community.
Our affordable cost of living, arts and entertainment scene, outdoor recreational options and dynamic culinary community make us a reason to call this place home. Whether you are relocating or opening your business, a young family or a retired individual, Moore County is the area for you.
Moore County is centrally located within the state of North Carolina and is a great place to live and work. We are halfway between the mountains and the beautiful Carolina coast and only a one-hour drive to Raleigh or Fayetteville. Boasting 11 incorporated municipalities and several additional communities, each saturated in culture and colorful history, Moore County has become a place for young families, retirees and budding entrepreneurs. With a mild climate and dynamic business community, nationally recognized hospital and medical community, quality school system and premier college it is clear why more and more individuals are calling Moore County home. You can enjoy the amenities of a big city while still capturing the small-town feel.
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