Historic Oak View County Park

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Historic Oak View County Park

Historic Oak View County Park is a 19th-century historic farmstead with a mission to interpret North Carolina's agricultural heritage and rural history via educational programs, special events and exhibits.


This antebellum farmstead features an 1855 Greek Revival house, detached kitchen, cotton gin house museum, livestock barn, carriage house, pecan grove and herb garden. Visitors can enjoy Oak View’s picnic facilities and stop in the Farm History Center. Free admission.


Historic Oak View County Park is a historic site with five historic buildings and a modern-day visitors' center.

  • Plank Kitchen
  • Main Farmhouse
  • Carriage House
  • Livestock Barn
  • Cotton Gin House
  • Farm History Center
  • Farmer's Corner


Historic Oak View County Park is open daily, except on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

  • Monday–Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Sunday: 1–5 p.m.
Historic Oak View County Park, 4028 Carya Dr
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