Welcome to Guilford County
Charming, laid-back, and centrally located in North Carolina, Guilford County is home to an array of close-knit small towns and the bustling city center of Greensboro, NC! Here, you'll find plenty of delicious ethnic restaurants, hole-in-the-wall cafes, busy shopping centers, unique family owned shops, and so much more. From the parks to the dynamic public school district, get ready to fall in love with Guilford County.
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Why Do Residents Choose Guilford County?
Parks & Recreation
Soak up the sun in beautiful Guilford County, which is home to an impressive array of expertly maintained parks and outdoor areas. Take your pick of the seven fantastic parks for year-round fun, or the three aquatic centers to cool off during the summer. Some of our favorites include the Hagan-Stone Park in Pleasant Garden and Southwest Park in Greensboro!
What's not to love about Greensboro? As Guilford County's largest and most vibrant city, there's a lot of fun things to do and try here. Some local favorites include the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, the Greensboro Science Center, and the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden. During the summer, cool off at the local Wet'n Wild Water Park.
Moving to the Guilford County area with children? You're going to love the public school options here. These communities are served by the Guilford County Schools District. Schools here are well-known for their highly trained teachers, comprehensive and innovative curriculums, and wide array of extracurricular activities. This area is also home to the Weaver Academy, a magnet school that accepts applications from accomplished students throughout the county!
One of the best parts of living in North Carolina is having access to, well, everything! Living in Guilford County puts you just under 2 hours from the mountains of North Carolina, and a little over 3 hours from the coastal cities of Wilmington and Carolina Beach. It's easy to get away for a week-long vacation or a weekend getaway when you live in central North Carolina!