Hudson is a town in North Carolina with a population of 3,699. Hudson is in Caldwell County. Living in Hudson offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Hudson and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Hudson are above average.
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This is a tight knit community. Just as most of North Carolina, folks treat you like family. Neighbors know each other and look out for each other. This is the ideal place to start a family. There are many public parks and recreation centers in the area. Most nights I forget to lock my doors and have never had to worry about. If you are religious there are tons of small churches scattered throughout the town. The local fireman and police are hardworking family oriented people. One of the things I love most is that we are only about 45 minutes from the Blue Ridge mountains and 4 hours from the Carolina coast!
Family-like small town. A town small enough that no one knows what it is actually called, just a blink of an eye when passing from the city of Hickory in North Carolina and the town of Boone. Small town feel, the feel and very much the reality that you know everyone there. Schools are close knit and filled with loving teachers, much of whom have lived in the town of Hudson their whole lives themselves.
A small, hometown feel with some local businesses and connections to be made. The biggest downside are the lack of restaurants in the area (other than fast food) and other activities. Local events are scarce and it makes it difficult to find things to do.