Pottery Road Scenic Byway
This byway journeys begins in Seagrove (Randolph County) at the intersection of US-220 (Broad Street) and NC-705 (Main Street). The route follows NC-705 into Moore County, through the Town of Robbins and south to the community of Eagle Springs, concluding at the intersection with NC-211. This area is known worldwide for beautiful pottery. There are nearly 80 potteries in the vicinity of this byway and several directly along the route. The scenic byway also shares part of its route with a longer bicycle-friendly Pottery Loop on-road bicycle route (150 miles).