Cherokee County

Cherokee County

ShareNestled within the Blue Ridge Mountains on the borders with Tennessee and Georgia, Cherokee County is the westernmost county in North Carolina. The county was formed in 1839 and named for the Cherokee tribe, a large portion of which had then recently been...
Chatham County

Chatham County

ShareLocated in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, Chatham County is considered by most measures to contain the geographic center of the state. With the Durham-Chapel Hill area directly to its north and the Raleigh-Cary area directly to its east, the county is an...
Catawba County

Catawba County

ShareCatawba County is a large, populous county in the western Piedmont region of North Carolina. Located directly northwest of Charlotte and east of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Catawba County is considered part of the transitional Foothills terrain straddling the...
Caswell County

Caswell County

ShareLocated in the northern Central Piedmont region of North Carolina, Caswell County incorporates a portion of the state’s border with Virginia. Caswell is a predominantly rural county, with its small population of 23,692 residents as of mid-2018 making it the least...
Carteret County

Carteret County

ShareLocated on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Carteret County epitomizes the geographic, demographic, and political trends of the state’s coastal region. Many of the county’s 70,260 residents are concentrated in the beach communities of Bogue Banks, a large,...
Camden County

Camden County

ShareCamden County is a small, rural county located in North Carolina’s northeastern Coastal Plain. With the Virginia border to its north and the Albemarle Sound to its south, Camden’s long, narrow shape makes it one of the region’s five coastal “finger counties.”...

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