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North Carolina United States #264 Highway Guide

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Junction I-440 at Raleigh : Western Terminus of US #264
Junction Interstate Highway #440, at Raleigh, North Carolina, the capital city of and the second largest city in the state of North Carolina, This is where US Route #264 begins its journey from, to terminate at a junction with US Route #64 in the east at Manns Harbor on Croatan Sound.
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New Hope Road : Anderson Point Park
New Hope Road, Rogers Lane, Anderson Point Park, Carolina Lake, Marsh Creek Park, Communities of Hickory Meadows, Golden Forest, Heritage Manor, Bethel Park, Lands at Eaglechase, Tanglewood, Riverview North, Waterford Landing, Melanie, Melanie Acres, are located nearby.
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Crabtree Creek Crossing
Crabtree Creek, passes down the bridge on which US Route #264/64 is carried across.
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Bridge over Neuse River
US Route #264/64 crosses the Neuse River over a bridge in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Exit 423 : Interstate Hwy #540
Exit 423, Interstate Highway #540/Northern Wake Expressway, Shoppes at Midway Plantation, Mathews Glen at Planters Walk, Autumn ridge, Timber Ridge, are nearby communities lie nearby.
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Smithfield Rd : Knightdale, NC
Smithfield Road, Knightdale, North Carolina, a town in Wake County, North Carolina, a suburb of Raleigh, bordering that city at the Neuse River. Nearby communities are; Carrington Woods, Oakwood Acres, Maplewood, Beaver Dam Plantation and Magnolia Place. Shotwell, North Carolina, a community in southeastern Wake County, North Carolina, Lake Myra, Communities of Moorefields, Good Hope Estates, and Meadow Glen are located nearby.
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Taylor Road: Wendell, NC

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US Rte #64 : Eagle Rock, NC
US Route #64, to Eagle Rock, North Carolina, a community in Wake County, North Carolina, The Hood-Anderson Farm, a designated historic place listed on the National Register of Historic Places is located here in Eagle Rock, North Carolina, Wendell, North Carolina, a town in Wake County, North Carolina, a satellite town of Raleigh, North Carolina, the state capital.
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Lizard Lick Road : Lizard Lick, NC
Lizard Lick Road, Lizard Lick, North Carolina a small community located in Wake County, North Carolina, Communities of Gaylee Village, Horton Heights, Bassett Ridge, Ammons, Bradford Estates, and Hunters Trace lie nearby on both sides of the US Route #264/64.
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Arendell Avenue : Zebulon, NC
North Carolina Route #96, Arendell Avenue, Zebulon, North Carolina, a town in Wake County, North Carolina, Five County Stadium, home to the Carolina Mudcats minor league baseball team, is located here in Zebulon, North Carolina, Hopkins, North Carolina, a community in eastern Wake County, North Carolina,
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Knightsdale Bypass : US Route #64
Knightsdale Bypass, At this Junction US Route #64 and US #264 part ways ending their concurrency.
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Intersection NC Route #39 : Five County Stadium
Intersection North Carolina Route #39, Five County Stadium, the home of the Carolina Mudcats of the Southern League, located nearby. Privette Lake Number One & Number Two, Bunn Lake lies near the junction of NC #39 with US #64 in the north.
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Intersection : NC #231
Intersection NC Route #231, Middlesex, North Carolina, a town in Nash County, North Carolina, Corbetts Pond Number One, Taylors Millpond, lie nearby.
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Oak Avenue : Bailey, NC
Oak Avenue, North Carolina Highway #581, Bailey, North Carolina, a town in Nash County, North Carolina, County Doctor Museum, Bailey United Methodist Church, Camp Charles Lake, Buckhorn Reservoir, a reservoir in Wilson County, North Carolina created by the Buckhorn Dam, is located south off Bailey, North Carolina, along NC Route #581. Perry's Pond, Morgans Pond, are lying north along NC #581.
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Exit 34 : Sims, NC
Exit 34, Green Pond Road, Sims, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina,
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Exit 36A&36B : Wilson Industrial Air Center Airport
Exit 36A & 36B, to Raleigh Road Parkway W, US #264 Bus, Wilson Industrial Air Center, Airport, in Wilson, North Carolina, Finchs Millpond. Surrey Meadows, Raven Ridge, Woodridge West, Woodridge Commons, Stoneybrook Farms, are some the neighborhoods nearby. Country Club Colony, Lake Wilson, Silver Lake,
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Exit 38A : Interstate Hwy #95
Exit 38A, to Interstate Highway #95, This highway bypasses the city of Wilson, North Carolina,
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Exit 40 : NC Route #42
Exit 40, to NC Route #42, to Wilson, North Carolina, neighborhoods of Clear Ridge, Sleepy Hollow, Walkers Trace, Millbrook, Cardinal Properties, Pinewood Estates, are nearby. Fleming Stadium, a sports stadium opened in 1936, North Carolina Baseball Museum, a museum lies within the grounds of the stadium in Wilson, North Carolina. Buckhorn Reservoir, a reservoir located southwest along NC #42.
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Exit 42 : Wiggins Mill Reservoir
Exit 42, Downing Road, Wiggins Mill Reservoir, Forest Hills Industrial Center, Downing Village, Sun Valley Apts., Quai Hollow West, Crestview Addition, Winoca Shopping Center, Richardson Square, are few neighborhoods of the city of Wilson, North Carolina.
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Junction : Interstate Hwy #795
Junction Interstate Highway #795, At this Junction Interstate Highway #795 leaves US Route #264 ending its brief concurrency.
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Exit 43B : Lucama, NC
Exit 43B, US Route #301, Lucama, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina,
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Exit 43A : Wilson, North Carolina
Exit 43A, junction of US Route #301/#117
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Black Creek Rd S : Black Creek, NC
Old Black Creek Road, to Black Creek, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina. Wedgewood Country Club, Commerce Road Commercial Park, Lincoln Heights, Thorne Industrial Park, Hackney Industrial Park, Farrior-Fleming Farm, Pender Place, are nearby communities within the city of Wilson, North Carolina.
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Exit 49 : North Carolina #58
Exit 49, North Carolina #58, Wainwright Pond, Edmunson Pond. Stantonsburg, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina, located south at a junction of North Carolina #58 with NC #111 & #222.
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Exit 51 : Saratoga, NC
Exit 51, US #264 Business Route, Saratoga, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina,
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Exit 53 : Stantonsburg, NC
Exit 53, NC Route #111/222, to Saratoga, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina, Stantonsburg, North Carolina, a town in Wilson County, North Carolina,
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Exit 59 : Walstonburg, NC
Exit 59, North Carolina Highway #91/Bell Road, Walstonburg, North Carolina, a town in Greene County, North Carolina, Community of Speights Bridge, North Carolina, lies nearby.
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John P East Memorial Hwy : East Carolina Univ.
John P. East Memorial Highway/Knightdale Bypass, Bypasses the town Farmville, North Carolina, East Carolina University West Research Campus, lies nearby along the Highway.
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Wilson Street : Farmville, NC
W Wilson Street/NC Route #121, to Farmville, North Carolina,
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Main Street : Farmville, NC
Main Street, US Route #258 to Farmville, North Carolina, a town in Pitt County, North Carolina, Farmville Square Shopping Center, Bright Leaf Shopping Center, Municipal Athletic Park, JY Monk Park, Farmville United Methodist Church,
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Arch Flanagan Rd : Flanagan Field
Arch Flanagan Road, to Flanagan Field, a small airport located just off US Route #264 southeast of Farmville, North Carolina,
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Junction : US Route #13
Junction United States Route #13, to Snow Hill, North Carolina.
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Bell Arthur Road : Bell Arthur, NC
Nell Arthur Road, to Community of Bellarthur, North Carolina,
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Junction : US Route #13
Junction US Route #13, Dickinson Avenue, to Greenville, North Carolina,
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NC Hwy #11 : Pitt County Memorial Hospital
NC Highway #11 / North Carolina 903, Greenville Golf and Country Club, Andrew A Best Freedom Park, lies nearby on US Route #264. Pitt Community College, a two-year accredited institution of higher education and technical training school, located in Winterville, North Carolina in Pitt County, Winterville, North Carolina, a town in Pitt County, North Carolina. Pitt County Memorial Hospital, a hospital located in Greenville, North Carolina, is the flagship teaching hospital for the University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina, located within East Carolina University Health Sciences Campus. Pitt-Greenville Airport, a public airport located north of East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
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S Charles Blvd : East Carolina University

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Bridge over Tar River
A Bridge spans Tar River carrying US Route #264 across at Greenville, North Carolina.
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State Hwy #33: Greenville, NC

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Junction : Greenville Blvd/State Rte #33
Junction Greenville Boulevard/State Route #33, North Recreational Complex, River Park North, Pitt-Greenville Airport, a public airport located north of East Carolina University, in Greenville, North Carolina, a city in Pitt County, North Carolina, River Park North, a park located on the northern bank of Tar River.
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Sunny Side Rd : Public Golf Course
Sunny Side Road to, Bradford Creek Publc Golf Course, Bradford Creek Soccer Complex,
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Junction : NC Route #30
Junction North Carolina Route #30, to Stokes or Carolina, North Carolina, an unincorporated community in Pitt County, North Carolina, Community of Pactolus, North Carolina, lies just off US Route #264.
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Bridge over Trenters Creek
A Road Bridge crossing Trenters Creek carrying US Route #264 across northwest of Washington, North Carolina.
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Mt Olive College
Mt. Olive College at Washington, a college located on US Route #264,
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Intersection : US Rte #17
Intersection US Route #17, crosses the Tar River, a river northeast North Carolina flowing to an estuary of Pamlico Sound.
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US #17 Bus: Washington, NC
Junction of US #17 Business/Bridge Street
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N Market Street : Warren Field Airport
N Market Street, Warren Field Airport, a public airport located in Washington, North Carolina,
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Broad Creek Rd : River Road, NC
Broad Creek Road, NC Highway #32, River Road, North Carolina, a community / census-designated place in Beaufort County, North Carolina, Zion Episcopal Church, a historic church, was built in 1855, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, lies nearby along US Route #264.
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Camp Leach Rd : Goose Creek State Park
Camp Leach Road, Goose Creek State Park, a state park located on the shores of Goose Creek
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Junction NC #99/92 : Bath, NC
Junction NC Route #99 & #92, to Bath, North Carolina, a town in Beaufort County, North Carolina, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, a historic church on Craven Street in Bath, North Carolina, was built in 1734, is a listed historic place, Palmer-Marsh House, was built in 1744 a declared historic landmark, and Bonner House, built in 1835 a historic place listed on the National Register of Historic Places located in Bath, North Carolina,
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Bridge over Pungo Creek
Pungo Creek crossing, a road bridge carries US Route #264 across Pungo Creek,
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Pungo Rd : Pantego, NC
Pungo Road, NC Route #99, Pantego, North Carolina,a town in Beaufort County, North Carolina,
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Main Street : Belhaven, North Carolina
Main Street, NC Route #99, Belhaven, North Carolina, a town in Beaufort County, North Carolina, located on the Pantego Creek, Pungo District Hospital, Belhaven Missionary Baptist Church,
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Pungo River Crossing
A Bridge over Pungo River, a river in eastern North Carolina, Crabtree Bay is on the south off US Route #264.
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Junction : NC Rte #45
Junction North Carolina Route #45, connects with NC #99 in the northwest, Pungo National Wildlife Refuge, a Wildlife Refuge located on the southwestern shore of Pungo Lake,
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Higginsport Rd : New Lake
Higginsport Road, makes a loop on US #264, New Lake Road, to New Lake, a lake located northeast of this loop road.
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Alligator-Pungo Canal
US Route #264 crosses Alligator-Pungo Canal, an Intra Coastal Waterway, over a bridge here.
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Hodges Road : Germantown, NC
Hodges Road, Germantown, North Carolina, a community in Hyde County, North Carolina. Bayside Marina & Campground, located on Germantown Bay.
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Turnpike Rd 1304 : National Wildlife Refuge
Turnpike Road 1304, to Lake Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge,
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County Rd 45 : Swan Quarter, NC
County Road 45, Creekside Road, to community of Swan Quarter, North Carolina, an unincorporated village in and the county seat of Hyde County, North Carolina,
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Main Street : Swan Quarter, NC
Main Street, to Swan Quarter, North Carolina, a community/an unincorporated village in and the county seat of Hyde County, North Carolina, Hyde County Sheriff Dept., Swan Quareter Christian Church, Swan Quarter-Ocracoke Ferry Service, access from Oyster Creek Road.
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NC #94 : Lake Mattamuskeet
NC Route #94, Frying Pan Landing, spans Lake Mattamuskeet, the largest natural lake in North Carolina, a shallow coastal lake. Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge, a wildlife refuge on the western shore of the Mattamuskeet Lake. A long bridge carries NC #94 across Lake Mattamuskeet to Community of Fairfield, North Carolina, a community in Hyde County, North Carolina,
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Great Ditch Road : Lake Landing, NC
Great Ditch Road, community of Lake Landing, North Carolina, Comunity of Last Chance, North Carolina, a populated place in Hyde County, North Carolina, Community of Nebraska, North Carolina, a community in Hyde County, North Carolina, near Wysocking Bay.
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Middle Creek Road : The Inkwell
Middle Creek Road, to Middletown Anchorage, The Inkwell, also known as The Octagon House, an historic octagonal house located nearby on U.S. #264, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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N Lake Road : Lake Mattamuskeet
N Lake Road, runs around the lake and connects with NC #94 on the northern shore.
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Golden Road : Engelhard, NC
Golden Road, Community of Engelhard, North Carolina,
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Access : Hyde County Airport
Access Road to, Hyde County Airport, a public airport located just off US Route #264, north of Engelhard, North Carolina, a village in Hyde County, North Carolina,
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Stomper Road : Whipping Creek Lake
Stomper Road, Whipping Creek Road, Whipping Creek Lake,
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Bayview Drive : Stumpy Point, NC
Bayview Drive, to Community of Stumpy Point, North Carolina, located on Stumpy Point Bay, Back Lake, a lake located nearby on the west side of US Route #264, access is through Lake Worth Road.
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Borrow Pit Road : A National Wildlife Refuge
Borrow Pit Road, Long Curve Road, to The Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1984, to preserve and protect a unique wetland habitat typethe pocosinand its associated wildlife species. The Refuge attracts visitors worldwide for its red wolf howling programs.
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Junction US #64 : Eastern Terminus of US #264
Junction US Route #64, This is where US Route #264 ends its journey (its eastern terminus) near Roanoke Island, in Dare County, North Carolina. To the west of this junction along US #64 was located Buffalo City, North Carolina, is now a part of the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. -ND11-