All roads lead to Sampson County!
The Sampson County Exposition Center is conveniently located in Clinton the county seat of North Carolina's largest county, Sampson County, which stretches sixty miles long and thirty-five miles wide. At 963 square miles, Sampson County is just about the size of the State of Rhode Island.
Tucked into the southeast corner of the state and known as the coastal plains, our picturesque county boasts gently rolling hills, rich farmland and friendly, bustling communities. The climate is temperate, without winter and summer extremes, so it's perfectly suited to a relaxed lifestyle.
We're conveniently located between the beautiful beaches of the east coast and the majestic Appalachian mountains of the west, and we are but an hour's drive from our state capital. Served by Interstate 40 east and west, and Interstate 95 north and south, Sampson County has an ideal transportation network to get you where you need to go. Locally, there is a broad range of cultural and recreational activities and some of the best golf, hunting and fishing to be found.