Welcome to Sampson County, The Barn Quilt Capital of North Carolina®. Our county’s rural landscape is dotted with over 140 barn quilts across 8 towns that reflect our area’s cultural and agricultural heritage. Check out our barn quilts tour online and make them come alive by creating your own agri-tour. You will see these custom-designed hand-painted blocks on barns, buildings, and homes throughout Sampson County.
To get more information on how you can get a barn quilt, and be a part of the Barn Quilt Trail, please contact the CVB office at 910-592-2557. For more about the story behind our barn quilts, read our blog.
Many of the barn quilts along our trails in Sampson County and throughout the state of North Carolina have been painted by local American folk artist, Kellie Tew. You can find more information about her work as well as her contact information by visiting her website.
Would you like to have a barn quilt made and be included on Sampson County’s Barn Quilt Trail? If so, please complete the attached form Barn Quilt Application – 2018 and submit to email@example.com.
If you already have a barn quilt, and would like to be added to the Sampson County Barn Quilt Trail, please complete the attached form Barn Quilt Agreement – 2018 and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rose Hill and Magnolia Barn Quilts are located in the Town of Harrells
Dunn and Godwin Barn Quilts are located in the Town of Newton Grove
Faison Barn Quilts are located in the Town of Clinton
Warsaw Barn Quilts are located in the Town of Turkey
CLICK ON EACH TOWN’S ICON BELOW TO SEE A MAP OF THE BARN QUILTS IN THAT AREA