Small-town Angier celebrates community with local festivals and a cozy downtown. Just minutes from Raleigh, the town is vibrant and active. Located in northern Harnett County, Angier is part of the greater Triangle area, with access to big city amenities while maintaining a small town feel.
Visit Jack Marley Park, a 33 acre park with a 6 acre pond, check out Gregory Vineyard, or visit the Angier Library to get a sense of the variety that this community offers.
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Populations in 2013: 4,718 (98% urban 2%rural)
Population change since 2000: +38.0%
Males: 2,200 (46.6%)
Females: 2,518 (53.4%)
Median resident age: 34.3 years
North Carolina median age: 45.5 years
Zip codes: 27501, 27526, 27592
Estimated median household income in 2012: $44,753 (it was $33,849 in 2000)
North Carolina: $45,150
Crepe Myrtle Festival
Thousands of residents and visitors flock to celebrate “The Town of Crepe Myrtles” in September with games, rides, food, live music, and community fun.
Raven Rock State Park
Just 25 minutes from downtown Angier, Raven Rock is the center of outdoor recreation. Camping, fishing, picnicking, and hiking are offered at this breathtaking natural area.
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Places To Eat
Sample local flavors and twists on international cuisine at the Brick & Mortar Grill, Red Barn Grill, Taqueria San Luis, and more in downtown Angier.
Harnett County Schools
The public schools in Angier boast the latest technology, high student achievement, and board certified teachers within the Harnett County school district.
Things To See
Angier’s town square is the center of the community. Festivals and parades take place at Depot Square throughout the year.