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North Carolina Byway Highway Guide

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Start of Byway Football Road
Near the Junction of JM Hunt Jr. Expressway with Interstate Highway #220/421, off the City of Greensboro, North Carolina, Third largest city in North Carolina, Byway Football Road starts. This byway takes travelers on a scenic route from Greensboro to Chapel Hill. The route is known as Football Road and also as Bicycle route, as recreational riders and the football fans used to reach University of North Carolina via this route. The byway features scenic natural beauty, takes by the side of Dairy Farms, Creeks, Ponds and historic sites. The Bog Garden, Greensboro Center City Park, Greensboro Arboretum, Blandwood Mansion and Gardens, World War Memorial Stadium, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, NewBridge Bank Park, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, are few of many touristic attractions, the City of Greensboro, North Carolina has to offer.
0.6
1.0
Willow Road
Willow Road, Greenfield Park, Rotherwood Park,
1.5
2.4
Neese Road
Neese Road, Liberty Road,
2.5
4.0
Causey Lake Road
Causey Lake Road to Causey Lake, Hackett Lake, East Lee Street,
2.7
4.4
Intersection
Intersection Interstate Highway #40/85, Little Alamance Creek, Lynwood Lake, Piney Lake, Vandalia, North Carolina, Sedalia, North Carolina could be reached through this nearby communities in Guilford County, North Carolina,
3.5
5.7
Presbyterian Road
Presbyterian Road, Beaver Lake,
4.2
6.8
Williams Dairy Road
Williams Dairy Road, SE School Road, Forest Oaks, North Carolina, located in Guilford County, North Carolina, Forest Oak Country Club, Forest Oaks Country Club Pond,
5.6
9.0
Andrews Dairy Road
Andrews Dairy Road, Country Route #3082, Thacker Dairy Road, Beaver Creek, to Dairy Farms in Guilfrod County, North Carolina
6.0
9.6
Comanche Trail
Comanche Trail, Laurel Oaks Drive, Community of Forest Oaks, North Carolina
6.5
10.4
Thorny Road
Thorny Road, Country Route #3333,
7.1
11.4
Wades Store Road
Wades Store Road, Thacker Dairy Road,
8.2
13.2
Coble Church Road
Coble Church Road / Route #3336, Coble Cemetery
8.9
14.4
Walnut Wood Golf Course
Walnut Wood Golf Course, an 18-hole Golf Course, located in Julian, North Carolina, Guilford County, North Carolina, Scythe Road/Route #3616,
9.8
15.8
Amick Road
Amick Road / Route #3337, Coble Church Road,
10.2
16.4
Old Julian Road / Route #3093
Old Julian Road / Route #3093, Teague Lake, Julian, North Carolina, a community located in Guilford County, North Carolina
11.2
18.0
Baptist Assembly Road
Baptist Assembly Road / Route #3340, Chocolate Creek Pond,
11.7
18.9
McPherson Clay Road
McPherson Clay Road / Route #3114, Mount Hope Road, State Highway #61
12.7
20.5
State Highway #62
State Highway #62 to Julian, North Carolina and to Alamance, North Carolina in Alamance County, North Carolina
13.4
21.6
Sawyer Road
Sawyer Road to Phillippi Road/Route #3361,
13.5
21.7
Garrett Store Road
Garrett Store Road/Route #3122,
13.9
22.3
Beulah Church Road
Beulah Church Road/Route #3343,
14.0
22.5
Route #3344/Lineberry Road
Route #3344/Lineberry Road,
14.5
23.4
Kimesville Road/Route #3346
Kimesville Road/Route #3346, Kimesville Lake,
14.6
23.5
Ferguson Road/Route #3121
Ferguson Road/Route #3121,
15.0
24.2
Kimesville Lake Loop/Lakeside Drive
Kimesville Lake Loop/Lakeside Drive, S Prong Stinking Quarter Creek,
15.5
24.9
Kimesville Road
Kimesville Road/Route #1115, Alamance, North Carolina, a village in Alamance County, North Carolina, Burlington-Alamance Regional Airport,
15.6
25.1
County Line Road
County Line Road/Route #3349,
17.0
27.3
Homestead Farm Lane
Homestead Farm Lane, Foster Store Road /Route #1113,
18.1
29.1
Garner Road/Spoon Loop Road
Garner Road/Spoon Loop Road,
19.1
30.8
State Highway #49
State Highway #49, Timber Ridge Lake Road, Timber Ridge Lake, Liberty, North Carolina, a town located in Randolph County, North Carolina, Attractions in the town; Liberty Showcase Historic Downtown Theatre, Goat Lady Dairy, Rising Meadow Farm, Whitaker Farm Tours. Community of Rock Creek, North Carolina, Bellemont, North Carolina, both located in Alamance County, North Carolina, Great Alamance Creek,
20.3
32.7
Intersection
Intersection Coble Mill Road,
22.2
35.8
Bass Mountain Road
Bass Mountain Road / Route #2327, Cane Creek Campground, Mount Hermon, North Carolina, located in Alamance County, North Carolina
22.7
36.6
Pleasant Hill Road / Route #1005
Pleasant Hill Road / Route #1005, Soundwood Forest Golf Club,
23.4
37.7
Sylvan Road / Route #2369
Sylvan Road / Route #2369,
23.9
38.4
Snow Camp Road / Route #1004
Snow Camp Road / Route #1004, Crutchfield Crossroads, North Carolina,
24.6
39.6
State Route #1004
State Route #1004 / Snow Camp Road, Snow Camp, North Carolina, Three College Observatory,
26.1
42.0
Holman Mill Road
Holman Mill Road / Route #2356, Granite Trail, Snow Camp Road,
27.3
43.9
Intersection Bethel South Fork Road
Intersection Bethel South Fork Road / Route #2351,
29.3
47.2
Lindley Mill Road, Historic Site
Lindley Mill Road, Lindley Mill, a historic site where the Battle of Lindley's Mill took place in Alamance County, North Carolina, on September 13, 1781, during the American Revolutionary War.
30.7
49.4
Stockard Road /Route #2338
Stockard Road /Route #2338 merges with State Route #87, to the north lies, Saxapahaw, North Carolina, in Alamance County, North Carolina
31.9
51.3
Intersection of State Highway #87
Intersection of State Highway #87 to Community of Eli Whitney, North Carolina, Eli Whitney Community Park, Community of Mandale, North Carolina, Alamance County, North Carolina, Saxapahaw, North Carolina, in Almanace County, North Carolina.
33.6
54.0
McBane Mill Road / Route #2181
McBane Mill Road / Route #2181,
35.9
57.7
Intersection
Intersection Route #1956/Crawford Dairy Road, Haw River, Crooked Run Creek,
38.7
62.3
Intersection
Intersection Route #1951, White Cross Road, White Cross, North Carolina located in Almanace County, Just off State Route #54, Dodsons Crossroads, North Carolina,
40.1
64.6
Cart Durham Road
Cart Durham Road / Route #1950
44.0
70.8
Junction Jones Ferry Road
Junction Jones Ferry Road / Route #1942 leads to UNC-TV, a public TV network, run by University of North Carolina, located at UNC Center for Public Television at Research Triangle Park, University Lake, a lake by the
44.6
71.7
Old Fayetteville Road
Old Fayetteville Road, Plantation shopping Center, Carrboro Community Park, Carrboro Community Park Pond, Blackwoods Lake, Hogen Lake, Calvander, North Carolina, located in Orange County, North Carolina.
44.8
72.1
End of Byway Football Road
Junction State Highway #54, just north of University Lake, at Carrboro, North Carolina, located in Orange County, North Carolina, near Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Few Attrations in Carrboro, North Carolina are: Carrboro Farmer's Marke, The ArtsCenter in Carrboro hosts nationally known roots music acts, such as David Lindley, Leon Russell, and Dr. John. This is where the byway Football Road also known as Bicycle Route ends.