|North Carolina/Georgia State Line
||North Carolina/Georgia State Line, within Nantahala National Forest, This is where US Route #23 enters North Carolina and begins its journey through, to end at Tennessee State Line.
|Shope Road : Otto, NC
||Shope Road, Community of Otto, North Carolina, Coweeta Creek flows through through the community, Coweeta Hydrologic Lab, Assemblies of God of Mason County,
|Union School Road : Vitale Apple Orchard Lake
||Prentiss Bridge Road, Union School Road, Vitale Apple Orchard Lake,
|Acces : Recreation Park
||Access to, County of MacOn Recreation Park, a recreation park located just off US Route #23.
|Junction : US #64
||Junction US Route #64, US 441-Business Route to Franklin, North Carolina, an incorporated town located in Franklin Township, within the Nantahala National Forest, in Macon County, North Carolina. Nanatahal Lake lies west off US Route #23.
|Knightdale Bypass : Franklin, NC
||Knightdale Bypass/North Carolina Route #28, Macon Plaza, Pine Hill Trailer Park Lake, Whites Lake, The Cullasaja River, a short river located entirely in Macon County, North Carolina runs through the town of Franklin, North Carolina, Palmer Street Shopping Center, Angel Medical Center, Franklin, North Carolina, a town located in Franklin Township, within the Nantahala National Forest, in Macon County, North Carolina. Franklin, North Carolina is the county seat of Macon County, The area is known as ''Gem Capital of the World'' for it is rich in gems and minerals. East Franklin Shopping Center,
|US #441 Business Rte : Nikwasi, NC
||US #441 Business Route, Nikwasi, was an important Cherokee town located on the Little Tennessee River at the site of present-day Franklin, North Carolina. Macon County Airport, a municipal airport in Macon County, North Carolina located in the Iotla Valley of the Great Smoky Mountains, northwest of Franklin, North Carolina,
|Lake Emory Road : Lake Emory
||Lake Emory Road, Lake Emory, a lake created by Franklin Dam, on Little Tennessee River,
|Sanderstown Road : NC Highway #28
||Sanderstown Road, connects with Bryson City Road/NC #28, on the Little Tennessee River, Rose Creek Mine
|Indian Creek Rd : Amusement Park
||Indian Creek Road, Gold City Lane, Gold City Amusement Park, Watauga Vista Lake,
|Timberleaf Drive : Savannah, NC
||Timberleaf Drive, Community of Savannah, North Carolina, Savannah Creek RV Resort,
|Greens Creek Road : Greens Creek, NC
||Greens Creek Road, to Community of Greens Creek, North Carolina, Alarka Falls, lies in the west within Nantahala National Forest,
|Webster Road : Webster, NC
||Webster Road/NC Highway #116, to Webster, North Carolina, a municipality in Jackson County, North Carolina, Webster Methodist Church, a historic church on NC 116/Main Street in Webster, North Carolina, was built in 1887, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. West Care Emergency Services, Southwestern Community College,
||A bridge over a river at Dillsboro, North Carolina, Dillsboro Dam, a small dam located here,
|Haywood Road : Dillsboro, NC
||Haywood Road, North Carolina Route #107/US Route #23 Business, to Dillsboro, North Carolina, a town in Jackson County, North Carolina, a popular tourist location, on the way to the Great Smoky Mountains. Sylva Women's Clinic, Jackson County Courthouse, a building in Sylva, North Carolina, built in 1913, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Jackson County Courthouse, Sylva Municipal Hall, Sylva, North Carolina, a town located in central Jackson County, in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina,
|Junction : US #74/#441
||At this Junction, US Route #441 ends concurrency with US Route #23 and heads northwest, while US Route #74 meets US Route #23 and starts concurrency. Great Smoky Mountains Express Highway runs along on one side of the river while the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad runs along the other.
|Grindstaff Cove Road : Sylva, NC
||Grindstaff Cove Road, to Sylva, North Carolina, a town located in central Jackson County, in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina, Jackson County Courthouse, a historic building in Sylva, North Carolina, built in 1913, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sylva Women's Clinic,
|US #23 : Harris Regional Hospital
||US Route #23, West Care Health System-Harris Regional Hospital, Jackson County Health Dept., Westcare EMS Services, Scotts Creek Baptist Church,
|Skyland Drive : Great Smoky Mountains
||Skyland Drive, a mountain road along Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, offers breath taking views of the Great Smoky Mountains.
|Balsam Loop : Balsam, NC
||Balsam Loop, Community of Balsam, North Carolina, Moonshine Creek Campground, Balsam Baptist Church,
|J and J Farm Road : Balsam Gap
||J and J Farm Road, Balsam Gap, a mountain pass along the Blue Ridge Parkway near the Great Balsam Mountains,
|Hyatt Creek Road : Eaglenet Mountain
||Hyatt Creek Road, Eaglenest Mountain, a mountain located south of Maggie Valley, North Carolina in Haywood County.
|Ninevah Road : Hazelwood, NC
||Ninevah Road, Community of Hazelwood, North Carolina, Haywood County Sheriff, Ninevah Baptist Church,
|Pigeon Street : Waynesville, NC
||Junction US Route #276, Pigeon Street, Waynesville, North Carolina, a town in, the county seat of, and the largest town in Haywood County, North Carolina, The town is located just outside the Pisgah National Forest and is close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Haywood County Public Library, Mountain Research, Grace Episcopal Church,
|Junction US Rte #276 : Lake Junaluska
||Junction US Route #276, intersects Great Smoky Mountains Expressway, and connects with US Route #19 near the Lake Junaluska.
|Crabtree Road : Lake Junaluska, NC
||Crabtree Road/North Carolina Highway #209, Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, a community /census-designated place in Haywood County, North Carolina, Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center, World Methodist Museum, Lake Junaluska, a lake located in the community just off US Route #19/23/74, Lake Junaluska Assembly, Haywood County Fairgrounds, Lake Palcoy,
|Access : Haywood Reg. Medical Center
||Access Road to, Haywood Regional Medical Center, Central Haywood Church Christ,
|Freedlander Drive : Haywood Community College
||Hospital Drive, Freedlander Drive, Haywood Community College, a community college located in Clyde, a town in the western part of North Carolina. Freedlander Learning Resource Center,
|Charles Street : Clyde, NC
||Charles Street, Clyde, North Carolina, a town in Haywood County, North Carolina, Shook Museum Gift Shop, Louisa Chapel United Methodist, Crawford Memorial Gardens,
|Greenberry Street : West Canton, NC
||Greenberry Street, West Canton, North Carolina, a community/census-designated place in Haywood County, North Carolina,
|Pisgah River Crossing
||A bridge carries US Route #23/19 concurrent, over Pisgah River, in Canton, North Carolina,
|Bridge Street : Canton, NC
||Bridge Street, Canton, North Carolina, the second largest town in Haywood County, North Carolina, located on both sides of US #23/19, Haywood County Public Libraries, Canton Central United Methodist, Garden Creek site, an archaeological site located south of Canton, North Carolina along NC route #110, at the confluence of the Pigeon River and Garden Creek near Canton and the Pisgah National Forest.
|Wiggins Road : Interstate Hwy #40/US #74
||Wiggins Road, connects US Route #23/19 combine with Interstate Highway #40/US #74. Ridgeway Baptist Church,
|Pisgah Hwy : Candler, NC
||Junction NC Route #151/Pisgah Highway, to Candler, North Carolina, a community in Buncombe County, North Carolina, Pisgah View Memorial Park,
|Sand Hill Road: Enka, NC
||Intersection of NC Highway #112
|Interchange : Interstate Hwy #40
||Interchange Interstate Highway #40/US Route #74, I-40 bypasses the city of Asheville, North Carolina,
|Haywood Road : Rhododendron Park
||Haywood Road, Malvern Hills Park, Rhododendron Park, Hominy Creek River Park, Carrier Park, Communities of Lucerne Park, West Asheville Estates, Morningside Park, Virginia Avenue, Falconhurst, Brucemont Circle, Burton Street, Wilshire Park, are neighborhoods in the city of Asheville, North Carolina located nearby.
|Junction : NC #63
||Junction North Carolina Highway #64 / New Leicester Highway, Erwin Hills Plaza, Westside Commercial Park, Town & Country Sopping Center, located nearby.
|Interstate Hwy #240/26
||Interstate Highway #240/26, While I-240 has its terminus nearby at the junction with I-40, I-26 intersects I-40 and continues its southeast journey.
|Bridge over French Broad River
||A Bridge over French Broad River carries US Route #23/19/74 & I-240 across in Asheville, North Carolina. Westgate Regional Shopping Center, lies nearby, French Broad River Park, a park lies on the western bank of the French Broad River near the confluence of Swannanoa River, a tributary of the French Broad River.
|Exit 4A&B : Asheville, NC
|Broadway Street : University of North Carolina at Asheville, NC
||Junction of NC State Highway 251
|Exit 24 : Woodfin, NC
||Exit 24, Elk Mountain Road, Woodfin, North Carolina, a town in Buncombe County, North Carolina, St. Eugene's Catholic Rectory, Beaver Lake, Northland Shopping Center,
|Exit 23 : Beaver Lake
||Exit 23/Weaverville Road, US Route #25, Community of Lakeview Park, Beaver Lake Golf Course, North Asheville Community, Community of Grace, North Carolina,
|Exit 21 : Ashelawn Gardens
||Exit 21, US #23/19 Business, Woodland Hills Road, Ashelawn Gardens, French Broad River, flows in the west, Reems Creek Falls, a waterfall located within a private property nearby.
|Weaver Blvd : Weaverville, NC
||Weaver Boulevard, US Route #70/25, Weaverville, North Carolina, a town in Buncombe County, North Carolina, Lake Louise,
|Exit 17/Mars Hill Highway : Asheville-Weaverville Speedway
||N Buncombe School Road, Mars Hill Highway, North Buncombe Pools, The Asheville-Weaverville Speedway, a speedway now closed in Weaverville, North Carolina, Salem United Methodist Church,
|Jupiter Road : Jupiter, NC
||Barnardsville Highway/NC #197, Jupiter Road, to Jupiter, North Carolina, a community/a settlement in northwestern Buncombe County, North Carolina, Big Ivy Country lies in the northeast of this junction.
|Stockton Road : Big Ivy
||Stockton Road, to Big Ivy Country, Piney Mountain Baptist Church, Old Burnsville Road to, Rocky River.
|Rocky River Crossing
||A Bridge spanning Rocky River, carries US Route #19/23 across.
|Exit 11 : Mars Hill, NC
||Exit 11, North Carolina 1605/State Route #213, to, Mars Hill, North Carolina, a town in Madison County, North Carolina, Mars Hill College, a private, coed, liberal-arts college affiliated with the North Carolina Baptist Convention, is located in the small town of Mars Hill, North Carolina, Meares Stadium, a stadium located in Mars Hill, North Carolina is the home to the Mars Hill College Lions. Mars Hill College Academic and Student Affairs, Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre, Madison County Public Library,
|Exit 9 : US #23 Business & US #19
||Exit 9, to US #23 Business Route, and US Route #19, to Swiss, North Carolina a community/populated place in Yancey County, North Carolina, California Creek Missionary Baptist Church, a historic church built in 1917, in Mars Hill, North Carolina is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Exit 3 : Old US Route #23
||Exit 3, Bear Branch Road, Old US Route #23, Mars Hill Public Library,
|Tennessee State Line
||Tennessee State Line, near Wolf laurel, North Carolina, This is where United States Route #23/Interstate Highway #26 combine crosses over to Tennessee ending its journey through North Carolina, to continue its journey across Tennessee. -ND11-