Davidson County

Davidson County

ShareDavidson County is a large, populous county located in North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad. Directly below Winston-Salem, the northern portion of the county is largely exurban and contains the towns of Midway and Wallburg, both of which are popular among commuters to...
Dare County

Dare County

ShareDare County is the easternmost in North Carolina, defined by three distinct coastal regions – its mainland peninsula, Roanoke Island, and the barrier islands of the Outer Banks. The county’s mainland peninsula, bounded by the Alligator River to the west, the...
Currituck County

Currituck County

ShareComprising the northeastern corner of North Carolina, Currituck County is bounded by Virginia to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Currituck is the easternmost of the Coastal Plain’s five long, narrow “finger counties” located above the Albemarle...
Cumberland County

Cumberland County

ShareLocated roughly thirty miles south of the Triangle on North Carolina’s inner Coastal Plain, Cumberland County is the fifth most populous in the state, with 329,653 residents as of July 2018. Cumberland’s county seat, Fayetteville, is the sixth largest city in...
Craven County

Craven County

ShareCraven County is a large, populous county located on North Carolina’s eastern Coastal Plain. Craven is bisected by the prominent Neuse River, which flows southeast through the county and empties directly into the Pamlico Sound. The county’s seat and largest...
Columbus County

Columbus County

ShareColumbus County is a predominantly rural county on North Carolina’s southeastern Coastal Plain. The third largest county in the state by land area, Columbus borders South Carolina and is located only eight miles away from the Atlantic coast. The county’s...

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