North Carolina

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Brevard, NC
Brevard, NC
Cherokee, NC
Cherokee, NC
Cherokee, NC
Southern Pines
Southern Pines
Southern Pines

Read about small towns in North Carolina:

Brevard – Located in western North Carolina, Brevard has a population of just over 7,700, and can be found rightnear the entrance to the famous Pisgah National Forest. A city in Transylvania County, NC, Brevard has also become a popular cultural, retirement and tourist center in this part of the state. Visitors and, more often, relocators, to the area are mostly attracted by the ample cultural activities, but also environmental beauty and moderate climate. Known for its white squirrels, this cozy small town also has an official dog, which is the West Highland White Terrier. Continue reading…

ChrokeeCherokee, NC, is a small town located in Jackson and Swain counties in the western part of the state. Situated in the Oconaluftee River Valley, the town has a population of just over 2,200. However, what is most interesting about this place is the fact that it is the headquarters for the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation. In fact, the Cherokee people have had a home in the western part of North Carolina for many centuries. What’s more, today’s members of the Eastern Band directly descend from the Cherokee who were forcefully relocated to Oklahoma during the “Trail of Tears” in the 1830s. The Qualla Boundaryin Western North Carolina, an area adjacent to the Great Smoky National Park that encompasses some 56,000 acres, is today their home. Continue reading…

Southern Pines – The charming reputation of this particular gemstone in North Carolina’s small towntreasure chest exists thanks to a number of reasons. Most notably, we chose to tell you about Southern Pines on this particular occasion because it has a large number of buildings and homes listed on theNational Register of Historic Places. But that’s not all. Many visitors come to this tourist destination from the south-central North Carolina region. Why? Here’s a couple of reasons. Continue reading…

Weaveville – Conveniently situated along the I-26, Weaverville is a thriving, small town in Buncombe County, North Carolina with a population of just over 3,900. Right off the bat, it’s important to know that this place can be found just minutes from the Tennessee border, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway and downtown Asheville. There – if we were to stop this article right here, you wouldn’t need any other reason to turn off your computer, go down to your car and start driving towards NC. But, since we’re not that type of online travel guide, it goes without saying that we’ll add more information. Continue reading…

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