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North Carolina Interstate #77 Highway Guide

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Welcome to North Carolina.
Welcome to North Carolina.
North Carolina / Virginia State Line.
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Charles M. Shelton Parkway
Access to North Carolina state welcome center -rest area, full facilities, picnic area, visitor information center. Note: Highway #74 overlaps Interstate #77 at this point.
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4.5
Truck Weigh Station
East side of highway.
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Truck Weigh Station
West side of highway.
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7.5
View from highway
Sign above of approaching Exit #101: I-74 access to Mount Airy, Winston-Salem; I
Sign above of approaching Exit #101: I-74 access to Mount Airy, Winston-Salem; I-77 access to Statesville. Access via I-74 to Pine Mountain State Park Campground. Family camping: The lower slopes of Pilot Mountain house the family camping area with 49 campsites for tents and trailers Each site has a tent pad, table and grill. Drinking water is available throughout the campground, and two modern washhouses with hot showers are located nearby. Hookups are not provided. - Canoeing Canoe the Yadkin River through the park on a segment of the Yadkin River Canoe Trail. The 165-mile trail follows the course of the river, passing through five reservoirs to the confluence of the Yadkin and Uwharrie rivers.
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Exit 101
Highway #I-74 departs and heads East. Access to communities of Mount Airy, North Carolina, Toast, North Carolina, Bannertown, North Carolina. Access to Winston-Salem, North Carolina on Highway #52.
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Exit 100
Access to campground. Services, fuel at highway. Access to Highway #89 - North to community of Galax, Virginia.
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Point of Information
Crossing Fisher River.
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Exit #93
Access to community of Dobson, North Carolina. Access to lodging. Access to Surrey Community College. Services, fuel - off the Charles M. Shelton Parkway.
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View from highway
Heading South on I77.
Heading South on I77.
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29.4
Point of Information
Crossing Mitchell River, North Carolina.
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Exit #85
Access to #268 bypass - North to community of Fairview Crossroads, North Carolina. Access to Pilot Mountain, North Carolina - elev. 2421 ft. Access to Highway #21 to communities of Elkin, North Carolina, Sparta, North Carolina and Twin Oaks, North Carolina. Acces to lodging, services, fuel - off Highway #21.
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Point of Information
Crossing Yadkin River, North Carolina.
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Yadkin County

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Exit #82
Access to campground. Access to city of communities of Elkin, Jonesville and Boonville. West access to Stone Mountain State Park. Recreational vehicles are located on two loop roads. Each site has a tent pad, table and grill. Drinking water and a washhouse with hot showers and laundry tubs are located nearby. There are no utility hookups, but a dump station for use by registered RV campers is adjacent to the campground. The campground is open year round.
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Exit #79
Access to Highway #21, South business route. Services, fuel, lodging - off highway.
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Exit 73A
Access to Highway #421 - South to Yadkinville, North Carolina, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Exit 73B
Access to Highway #21. Access to Appalachian State University. Access to Highway #421 - North to community of North Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
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Roadside turnout
Rest area - East side of highway, for Northbound traffic only.
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Iredell County, North Carolina
Northern county line. Iredell County was formed from nearby Rowan county and incorporated in 1788. Named after Judge James Iredell (1751-1799), North Carolina's Attorney General during the Revolutionary War and a delegate to the 1788 Constitutional Convention. The name Iredell, originally Eyredale, dates back to the Battle of Hastings in 1066. It means 'a valley of flowing air.' Iredell County is in the central part of the state and is bounded by Rowan, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Lincoln, Catawba, Alexander, Wilkes, Yadkin and Davie counties.
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Exit #65
Access to campground. Access to Highway #901 to communities of Union Grove, North Carolina and Harmony, North Carolina. Services, fuel, lodging - off highway.
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Roadside turnout
State run rest area, all services available - West side of highway.
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Photo taken from rest area.
Photo taken from rest area.
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68.5
Point of Information
Crossing Rocky Creek.
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View from highway

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Exit #59 - Tomlin Mill Road
Services, fuel - off highway. Access to communities of Olin, North Carolina, Turnersburg, North Carolina.
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Point of Information
Crossing the South Yadkin River, North Carolina.
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Exit #54
Access to Highway #21 to city of Statesville, North Carolina. Also access to Exit 51A-B - Access to Interstate #40. West to Conover, North Carolina, Hickory, North Carolina.
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Junction of Interstate #40
City of Statesville. The past is alive along shady streets where majestic Victorian homes take their rightful place among the oaks, magnolias and dogwood. Attractions in and around Statesville, NC; Allison Woods - Downtown Statesville - Fort Dobbs Historic Site - Hiddenite Center/Historic Lucas Mansion - Hiddenite Gems/Emerald Hollow - 'Images at the Crossroads' Fresco - Iredell Museums - Statesville Train Depot - Governor Zebulon Vance House and Museum.
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Junction of Interstate #40
East to Winston, NC - Salem, NC, Greensboro, NC, Durham, NC. West to Hickory, NC, Morganton, NC. For highway travel west via Interstate highway # 40 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Interstate # 40 - City of Stateville (Junction of Interstate #77) to City of Asheville (Junction of Interstate #26) For driving directions. Start / Finish of highway travel log. -Se

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