The businesses in Onslow County—located on the beautiful coast of the fast-growing state of North Carolina—enjoy easy access to two separate deepwater ports (Morehead City and Wilmington) and a state of the art airport (Albert J. Ellis, OAJ). Onslow County has 4-lane highways going to either Port making trucking and transportation simple. The Albert J. Ellis Airport (OAJ) is located in Richlands, just 10 miles northwest of Jacksonville has just completed new passenger and executive terminals. Served by two major airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, over 320,000 passengers travel through the airport annually to major international hubs.
Strong, Stable Economy
Available Buildings and Sites
With such a great location and quality of life assets, plus a strong stable economy, you may have already realized this is a great place to locate your business. Thanks to years of planning and a pro-business government, there are a number of infrastructure-rich business and industrial parks in the area capable of handling businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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Great Quality of Life
As a coastal North Carolina community, Onslow County enjoys a temperate climate with all four seasons. While snow isn’t unheard of, there is rarely enough to cause school or business closures.
Because of its location on the Atlantic Ocean, our community offers easy access to some of the most beautiful (and quiet) beaches in the country. A great example is Hammocks Beach State Park – accessible only by boat, this island is perfect for camping, picnics and just enjoying nature.
Avid fisherman will enjoy easy access to game fish found in the gulf stream, while recreational boaters and sunbathers may prefer cruising the intracoastal waterway and stopping for breaks on any number of uninhabited islands, complete with white sand beaches.
You don’t have to love the beach to enjoy living in Onslow County—golf courses, city and county parks, hiking trails and bike paths all contribute to the area’s livability.