Welcome to Surry County
Searching for a peaceful property surrounded by rolling scenery, small-town charm, and a vibrant array of fun things to do? You've just found the ideal community for you in Surry County, NC. Home to the famous Mt. Airy (Andy Griffith's inspiration for "Mayberry" in his class show), Surry County offers charms that you can't find anywhere else. Known for its rich rural landscape and fantastic local amenities, Surry County is quickly becoming a top choice among NC homebuyers.
Interested in seeing everything Surry County has to offer? You've come to the right place. Let's get started.
Farms (10+ Acres)
Country Homes (1-10 Acres)
Why Do Residents Choose Surry County?
Parks & Recreation
Want to go fishing along the river? Or how about a long bike ride across the trail. When you live in Surry County, you can do it all! This diverse community is brimming with fun outdoor activities, including the Fisher River Park, which features walking trails, ball fields, a horse arena, and more, as well as river access points throughout the area.
From gorgeous state parks to small-town charms and more, you're going to love living in Surry County. Enjoy the rural attractions found here, like the Stone Mountain State Park and the Pilot Mountain State Park, as well as the diverse dining and shopping options. Try Mayberry Spirits in Mt. Airy, Herrera Vineyards in Dobson, and the Reeves Theater and Cafe in Elkin to see what we man.
If you're moving to Surry County with children, you're in luck. This community is proud to be served by the Surry County School District. With a number of elementary, middle, and high schools spread throughout the county, there's an option for every learner. Schools in this district are known for their innovative curriculums, highly trained teachers, and fun extracurricular activities.
One huge perk to living in Surry County is its central location in North Carolina. Wherever you are, you're just a quick drive to popular destinations like Greensboro, Charlotte, and Winston-Salem. Additionally, you're just an hour and a half from the mountains of North Carolina, and a little over three hours from the coastal region of North Carolina, and the beautiful beaches of Wilmington.