Map Randolph County North Carolina US for Printing

A general overview of Randolph County, North Carolina. 

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Randolph County, North Carolina:

Cities and Towns:

  1. Asheboro: The county seat of Randolph County, Asheboro is the largest city and a hub for business, culture, and recreation. It is home to the North Carolina Zoo, one of the largest natural habitat zoos in the world.
  2. Archdale: A city located in the southwestern part of the county, Archdale is known for its community-oriented atmosphere and various parks.
  3. Trinity: Trinity is a smaller town in the southeastern part of the county. It is a residential community with a mix of rural and suburban characteristics.
  4. Randleman: Situated to the northeast of Asheboro, Randleman is a town known for its historical sites and outdoor recreational opportunities.
  5. Liberty: Located in the northern part of the county, Liberty is a small town with a rich history, including a historic district and local museums.
  6. Ramseur: Positioned to the east of Asheboro, Ramseur is a town with a focus on community events and local businesses.

Principal Roads:

  1. Interstate 73/74 (U.S. 220): This major north-south interstate highway runs through the western part of Randolph County, connecting cities like Asheboro and Archdale.
  2. U.S. Highway 64: Running east-west, U.S. 64 passes through Asheboro and provides a key transportation route in the region.
  3. U.S. Highway 220 Business: Serving as a business route for Interstate 73/74, this highway runs through Asheboro.
  4. N.C. Highway 49: This north-south state highway crosses through the eastern part of the county, passing through towns like Liberty and Ramseur.
  5. N.C. Highway 62: Running northeast-southwest, N.C. 62 connects towns such as Asheboro, Trinity, and High Point.

These are just some of the main cities, towns, and roads in Randolph County, North Carolina. For the most up-to-date and detailed information, it’s recommended to consult local maps, government sources, or online resources dedicated to the area.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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