Bear Creek, North Carolina

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Bear Creek is an unincorporated community[1] in southwestern Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. It is named for a nearby creek that eventually flows into the Rocky River. The community lies along Old US Highway 421 and is situated between Siler City and Goldston.

Bear Creek is home to Chatham Central High School,[2] one of three high schools in the county. It is also home to Southern Supreme, a mail-order gourmet foods company best known for manufacturing fruitcakes. Bear Creek is also known for its vast farm land including Councilman Farms and Phillips Farms.


Coordinates: 35°37′01″N 79°23′06″W / 35.617°N 79.385°W / 35.617; -79.385