The Barn Quilt Trail is a new project funded by the Yadkin Arts Council, the Yadkin County Chamber of Commerce, and the Tourism Development Authorities of Yadkinville and Yadkin County.
The Quilt Trail features beautiful, unique quilts on each barn or building. The Quilt Trail committee has produced a trail map using a portion of the proceeds from the quilts and trail fees.
The trail map with directions to 48 different barn quilts is available at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center, the Chamber of Commerce for Yadkin County, and the Jonesville Chamber of Commerce.
If you already have a barn quilt and it meets the trail requirements, the cost for being added to the trail is a one-time fee of $25. Certain trail restrictions apply.
Yadkinville is a quintessential small town, populated with friendly residents, small businesses in historic buildings, and a laid-back atmosphere. Visit our shops, grab a bite to eat, or stay awhile and spend the night!
705 E Main St, Yadkinville, NC
Allie J’s Day Spa
You have to pamper yourself, right? Allie J’s Day Spa offers hair, nails, massage, spa services. You can find the spa at 113 N. Jackson Street.
Yadkin Massage and Wellness
If you need to relax and de-stress from a busy week or you’re looking for a place to unwind during your vacation, visit the massage therapists at Yadkin Massage and Wellness. They’re located at 120 S. State Street.
The Hair Den
In need of a cut, color, or blowout? Be sure to stop by The Hair Den, a beauty salon, massage parlor, and boutique all in one place! They are located at 505 E. Main Street.
Located inside the Cultural Arts Center, The Center Bistro serves up breakfast, lunch, and also dinners on Friday evenings and before shows in a creative environment. It even features the Red Wall Gallery, so be sure to check it out while you’re there!
El Sarape Restaurant
This is a traditional Mexican restaurant which is open for lunch and dinner. Stop by for a great, authentic meal. You can find El Sarape at 103 S. Jackson Street.
Another great restaurant featuring Mexican food, open for lunch and dinner. You can find Los Jarritos on Elm Street, right behind the Yadkin Arts Cultural Center.
Taste of Italy
Lunch and dinner Tuesday – Saturday. Located in Lowe’s Square shopping center at Hwy 421 exit, Yadkinville.
Shiloh Country Store
Located off Windsor Rd, Hamptonville. Home-cooked Amish food, deli, and country store sundries. Great front porch!
Located in East Bend. Charming restaurant in historic hardware store. Great Italian food. Another great porch!
Gateway to the Wine Country
The town of Yadkinville sits in the palm of the Yadkin Valley wine country. The roads leading out of town point directly to 10 wineries, all of which are only 5 – 15 minutes from downtown. Yadkin Valley Wine Tours can provide all your wine tour needs and take care of the planning for you.
Beautiful dense hardwood forest. Site runs alongside a large waterfall. Located 4 miles east of Yadkinville.
Outdoor pool, amphitheater, walking and biking trails, dog park, disc golf, and athletic fields. Located off the service road alongside the Yadkin Family YMCA. Take the Unifi exit off Hwy 421.
Walking/Jogging Trail, playground, boating (non-gas powered), kayaking, fishing, and waterfowl hunting. 1142 Crystal Lane, Yadkinville.
Paved walking track, playground, and amphitheater. 609 N. State Street.
Be sure to stop by our full service public library which holds an excellent collection of Yadkin County history books and historic registers. You can find the public library at 233 E. Main Street.
If you’re looking for more information on our city, you can stop in to pick up maps or the Quilt Trail guide as well as find out what’s happening in the area. You can find the chamber at 205 S. Jackson Street.
Yadkinville Farmers Markets
Downtown Yadkinville Farmers Market – Saturday 7 am to 11 am and Tuesdays 4:00 to 6:00 pm May to September behind the Yadkinville Community Park on Hwy 601 N.
Miss Emily’s Antiques
This shop features collectibles, rusted tin garden sculptures, ironwork, old furniture, quilts and much more. You can find Miss Emily’s Antiques at 217 E. Main Street.