Cleveland County, North Carolina designates approximately $137,000 each year to travel and tourism. The local community and residents of nearby counties have been a large portion of the recent tourism increase, with a shift in the local community as perceiving Cleveland County as a destination and hub for recreational activity. Cleveland County was in the top ten counties in North Carolina for increased tourism spending. While there was no recent data available, the county had an approximately 4.5% increase in visitor spending in 2015. 680 jobs relied directly on the tourism industry, and approximately 1,000 jobs are directly or indirectly impacted by tourism in the county.
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