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Small Towns In North Carolina

Small Towns In North Carolina

Small Towns In North Carolina

North Carolina  has a lot to offer nature lovers. In the east, there’s the windswept, sun bleached Atlantic coast, whereas the west’s heavily forested Appalachian Mountains provide view after amazing view. The state’s inhabitants have built cities, towns and villages to match the beauty that the land already provides. Check out our picks for the 10 most beautiful towns in North Carolina.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

After visiting North Carolina, most people want to pack up their life and move here forever. As a native all I have to say is…can you really blame them? From the beach to the mountains…we have it all. Of course, North Carolina has its cities…but for those who like to live a more intimate, slow, and down-home life there are also some beautiful small towns just for you. Here are ten.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

North Carolina, a southeastern US state, is home to many metropolitan cities and quaint towns. Famous for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the country (The Outer Banks), North Carolina is a charming blend of native american and european roots coupled with majestic nature that is sure to entice you into staying just a little bit longer. With landscapes that range from Atlantic Ocean coastlines to impressive mountain ranges, there is a perfect vacation spot for everyone.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

North Carolina is home to many quaint towns rich in history and natural beauty that provide an opportunity for relaxation and family togetherness, without the noise and traffic of larger cities. If you love the small-town vibe, pack a suitcase to discover the irresistible charm of these road-trip worthy destinations.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

A roundup of North Carolina’s small towns wouldn’t be complete without the state’s first town, incorporated in 1705. Bath, located on the Pamlico River, near the Pamlico Sound, is rich in history and is a National Historic Landmark. Learn about the town’s first settlers and how Bath became the state’s first port.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

We love exploring our cool small towns nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in western North Carolina, filled with historic buildings with a mix of longtime family operated stores and restaurants, along with new galleries and trendy shops. Each town has its own personality and many things to do. Meet some local folks and experience a leisurely day of exploration, just like Mayberry. Since many are in close proximity, you can visit several in a day (see map at bottom of page). Enjoy!
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Small Towns In North Carolina

Founded in 1709 and incorporated in 1723, Beaufort is North Carolina’s third oldest town and is located along the state’s southern Outer Banks. Be sure to stroll along Front Street, a scenic downtown waterfront area offering a variety of shops and restaurants. The North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort serves as the official repository of artifacts from Blackbeard’s ship, Queen Anne’s Revenge, since the ship ran aground near the town in 1718. See more than 300 pieces from the ship on display, and learn about the coastal environment and the area’s natural history at the museum.
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Small Towns In North Carolina

From the Atlantic coast to the Blue Ridge Mountains, those who call the safest cities in North Carolina home enjoy a crime rate that’s much lower than the national average. The average violent crime rate of the cities on our list is 1.87 per 1,000 residents, which is roughly half the national average. The safest cities in North Carolina also boast a property crime rate that’s nearly 20 percent less than the typical U.S. city.
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All of North Carolina’s Outer Banks islands are a paradise for quiet beach lovers, as they are more difficult to get to and therefore less developed. Kitty Hawk is especially worth visiting, as it is where Wilbur and Orville Wright flew their airplane for the first time, hence North Carolina’s state motto, First in Flight. As soon as you get onto this string of barrier islands, you’ll be greeted with the smell of salt water coming off the warm Atlantic Ocean, the pale colors of the beach, and perhaps even one of the state’s several light houses, all painted their own pattern of black and white. Kitty Hawk is a perfect place to relax to the rhythm of the waves.
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The biggest port city in North Carolina, Wilmington has something for everyone. The beach is right around the corner and if you don’t fancy getting sand on your feet, you can meander down the Riverwalk, named the  Best American Riverfront by USA Today. Wilmington was also founded in the first half of the 18th century by colonists, so it has a number of historical buildings. The university, one of the more popular ones in the North Carolina system, has brought more and more young people to the area, so there’s always something cultural to do on the weekends.

In addition to being one of the state’s safest cities, Rutherfordton is one of the oldest towns in Western North Carolina, and its people are full of pride. Relocate to Rutherfordton and you’ll enjoy an abundance of cultural and creative arts, endless outdoor recreation, and a downtown that still serves as the heart of the community.
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17JamestownTown in North Carolina14 reviewsCurrent Resident:Jamestown is a small town in North Carolina in the triad area. It is in between Greensboro and High Point. It is very small and there are not too many choices in things to do, places to eat, etc. However, there is a cute area downtown Jamestown that has a very nice restaurant (Southern Roots) and a couple of fun bars. One bar, called The Deck, has live music on the weekends and usually has food trucks outside too. It is a lot of fun to go hang out with friends!More about JamestownAdd to ListView Nearby HomesView Profile
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17JamestownTown in North Carolina14 reviewsCurrent Resident:Jamestown is a small town in North Carolina in the triad area. It is in between Greensboro and High Point. It is very small and there are not too many choices in things to do, places to eat, etc. However, there is a cute area downtown Jamestown that has a very nice restaurant (Southern Roots) and a couple of fun bars. One bar, called The Deck, has live music on the weekends and usually has food trucks outside too. It is a lot of fun to go hang out with friends!More about JamestownAdd to List
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JamestownTown in North Carolina14 reviewsCurrent Resident:Jamestown is a small town in North Carolina in the triad area. It is in between Greensboro and High Point. It is very small and there are not too many choices in things to do, places to eat, etc. However, there is a cute area downtown Jamestown that has a very nice restaurant (Southern Roots) and a couple of fun bars. One bar, called The Deck, has live music on the weekends and usually has food trucks outside too. It is a lot of fun to go hang out with friends!More about JamestownAdd to List
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23StokesdaleTown in North Carolina7 reviewsNiche User:I truly adore my hometown, however many members of the population do not wish for the town to gain more economic growth. Almost everyone who lives in Stokesdale does not work in the town, and most commute about to 30 minutes. The reason there has been a lack of employment is because Stokesdale does not want to lose it's “small town feel,” however I think some new businesses would bring in great opportunities for the citizens of Stokesdale, North Carolina.More about StokesdaleAdd to ListView Nearby HomesView Profile
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23StokesdaleTown in North Carolina7 reviewsNiche User:I truly adore my hometown, however many members of the population do not wish for the town to gain more economic growth. Almost everyone who lives in Stokesdale does not work in the town, and most commute about to 30 minutes. The reason there has been a lack of employment is because Stokesdale does not want to lose it's “small town feel,” however I think some new businesses would bring in great opportunities for the citizens of Stokesdale, North Carolina.More about StokesdaleAdd to List
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StokesdaleTown in North Carolina7 reviewsNiche User:I truly adore my hometown, however many members of the population do not wish for the town to gain more economic growth. Almost everyone who lives in Stokesdale does not work in the town, and most commute about to 30 minutes. The reason there has been a lack of employment is because Stokesdale does not want to lose it's “small town feel,” however I think some new businesses would bring in great opportunities for the citizens of Stokesdale, North Carolina.More about StokesdaleAdd to List
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Current Resident:Jamestown is a small town in North Carolina in the triad area. It is in between Greensboro and High Point. It is very small and there are not too many choices in things to do, places to eat, etc. However, there is a cute area downtown Jamestown that has a very nice restaurant (Southern Roots) and a couple of fun bars. One bar, called The Deck, has live music on the weekends and usually has food trucks outside too. It is a lot of fun to go hang out with friends!More about Jamestown

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