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North Carolina Byway Highway Guide

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Start of Byway Alligator River Ridge
At the Junction of State of Highway #94 with United States Highway #264, near Hydeland, North Carolina, New Holland, North Carolina, on Matamuskeet Lake, located in Hyde County, North Carolina, starts scenic Byway Alligator River Ridge,
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Matamuskeet Refuge Road
Matamuskeet Refuge Road, A Lodge, which used to be an old Pumping Station, is located here close to the Lake Matamuskeet, North Carolina.
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North Lake Road
North Lake Road Country Route #1311, runs along the Lake Matamuskeet, North Carolina
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Fairfield, North Carolina
Piney Woods Road, Fairfield, a rural community in Hyde County, North Carolina
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Country Road
Newlands Road, A Country road running through the agricultural fields of Fairfield, North Carolina, Hyde County, North Carolina
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Bridge
A Bridge Across Alligator Pungo Canal,
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Kilkenny Loop Road
Kilkenny, North Carolina, a small farming community, located in Hyde County, North Carolina
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Intersection
Intersection Gum Neck Road, Country Route #1321, Community of Gumneck, North Carolina,
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Country Route #1309
Country Route #1309, Gumneck, North Carolina
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Country Route #1126
Country Route #1126 Gumneck Road merges here with the State Route #94,
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44.0
A Big Farm
A storage and work base of a big farm on the State Highway #94, North Carolina
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Flying Pan Road
Frying Pan Road Country Route #1307, Timberlake Road, Frying Pan Lake, created by the Little Alligator River, located in Tyrrell County, North Carolina
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Burton Shell Road
Burton Shell Road Country Road #1103,
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Country Route #1304
Pittymyshoe Road Country Route #1304 and #1303, Community of Jerry, North Carolina, located in Tyrrell County, North Carolina.
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Mills Road
Intersection of Mills Road Country Route #1301, Community of Pleasant View, North Carolina, located in Tyrell County, North Carolina,
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Ryders Creek Road
Bodwell Road, Ryders Creek Road,
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Columbia, North Carolina
Columbia, North Carolina, located in Tyrell County, North Carolina, on the banks of Scuppernong River near the Junction of Byway Alligator River Route with United States Highway #64, Pocossin Wildlife Refuge is nearby here. Travis, North Carolina, Woodley, North Carolina and Creswell, North Carolina are some nearby communities lie on United States Highway #64 West of Columbia, North Carolina.
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Route #1209
Route #1209, runs through the agricultural fields to the banks of Scuppernong River in Columbia, North Carolina,
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A Pond
A Pond, on Highway #64,
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Old Highway #64/Route #1229
Old Highway #64/Route #1229, Community of New Foundland, North Carolina, This Road merges with United States Highway #64, at Community of Alligator, North Carolina, in Tyrell County,
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Old Highway #64
Old Highway #64 Country Route #1229, Alligator, North Carolina,
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Access
Access Road to Little Alligator River, located in Tyrell County, North Carolina, through dense green fields
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Access
Access Road to Second Creek, through thick woods
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Alligator Creek Bridge
Alligator Creek Bridge across Alligator River, in Tyrell County, North Carolina,
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Route #1153
Old Ferry Dock Road, Route #1153, East lake, North Carolina,
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Briar Hall Road
Briar Hall Road, extends to the shores of Alligator River
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Route #1103
Route #1103 Buffalo City Road, Buffalo City, North Carolina, now a ghost town, in Dare County, North Carolina, was a thrieving city for 80 years and abandoned city now has some road signs and old building debris.
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Junction
Junction United States Highway #264, Bayview Drive, Stumpy Point, located in Dare County, North Carolina
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104.4
Manns Harbor, North Carolina
Manns Harbor, North Carolina, a community in Dare County, North Carolina, A bridge, William B. Umstead bridge, over the Croatan Sound connects Roanoke Island, an island in Dare County, North Carolina, with the mainland at Manns Harbor, North Carolina, Roanoke Island has a number recreational activities, water features, historical sites and outdoor theater. Roanoke Island is the top touristic destination in Dare County, North Carolina
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Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge
Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge, a four-lane bridge built over Croatan Sound connecting Roanoke Island with the Mainland, Dare County, North Carolina,
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Roanoke Island
Roanoke Island is an island in Dare County, North Carolina, This long Island lies between the mainland and the barrier islands. Roanoke Island is a hub of recreational activities, water activities and has historical sites to visit. Roanoke Island is the most popular touristic destination in Dare County, North Carolina. Roanoke Island is connected by United States Highway #264 which runs on Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge, a newly constructed 4-lane bridge across Croatan Sound. Monteo, North Carolina lies on United states Highway #64 near here and Wanchese, North Carolina lies on State Route #345 Intersection of S
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Monteo, North Carolina
Monteo, North Carolina, a community located on Roanoke Island in Dare County, North Carolina, Pirate's Cove Marina, located on the eastern shore of Roanoke Island on Roanoke Sound. This is where Byway Alligator River Route ends.