Bailey North Carolina | I-95 Exit Guide

Bailey, North Carolina

Bailey, North Carolina At a Glance

Bailey, in the heart of southern Nash County, located aprrox. 10 miles west of I-95 along US 264, this small country town home to approx. 560 people is growing slowly. Bailey is also home to football great Julius Peppers. Bailey has a elementary school & a high school. Bailey is located 13 miles west of Wilson, 25 miles from Rocky Mount, and 40 miles from Raleigh.

Places to Stay in Bailey, North Carolina

The nearest hotels are the Holiday Inn Express, The Sleep Inn, Comfort Inn, Microtel Inn, & the Jameson Inn, all located at I-95 Exit 121.

Places to Eat in Bailey, North Carolina

Try Hardees of Bailey at 316 W Deans Street, The Corner Grill at 6234 Main Street. For Interstate travelers try The Cracker Barrel & Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House, located at I-95 Exit 121.

Places to Go in Bailey, North Carolina

The Country Doctor Museum, located at 6629 Vance St in Bailey, this is the only nation’s museum dedicated to the country doctors. There is a erb garden. The museum is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10AM – 4PM. Closed Sundays. Woodrow Park in Bailey, just off US 264, has a playground for children, 3-6 baseball fields, & a walking track. The park is located on Elm Street.

Getting Around Bailey, North Carolina

Coming up from the North, take I-95 South to exit 121/US 264. Turn right onto 264 west and follow signs to Bailey. Coming from the south, take I-95 NORTH to exit 119/TO US 264 West Take Raleigh ramp.

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3 thoughts on “Bailey, North Carolina”

  1. Looking for James A. Wood, or any information about him. He once lived at RT#1 Bailey N.C. 27807 He would be about 60n give or take 4 years. I was in the recon platoon with him in ‘nam. I shure would like to make contact with “Woody”. E-mail or Phone (435) 623 2122 Mike Royce

  2. The Corner Grill is out of business now. The same location is occupied by Ming Garden Chinese restaurant. A new restaurant The Bailey Cafe is also available.

  3. Saw a segment on Tarheel Travler about a restaurant with a large teapot collection. Did not catch the name of the restaurant or the address. Pretty sure it was in Bailey.. Any Help????

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