ⓘ Traphill, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Traphill, North Carolina

Traphill is name of a rural community located in northeastern Wilkes County, North Carolina. The community is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Traphill is listed as a ZIP Code Tabulation Area by the U.S. Census Bureau. According to the 2000 Census, the population of Traphill was 1.936. Stone Mountain State Park, one of the most popular state parks in North Carolina, is located in Traphill.

                                     
  • Holbrook Farm is a historic farm complex located near Traphill Wilkes County, North Carolina The house was built about 1826, and is a vernacular two
  • The Traphill Historic District is a national historic district located at Traphill Wilkes County, North Carolina It encompasses 11 contributing buildings
  • Trap Hill or Traphill may refer to: Trap Hill, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Raleigh County Traphill North Carolina a rural community
  • Carolina Medical College. He practiced medicine and farming in Traphill North Carolina beginning in 1859. During the American Civil War, York was a surgeon
  • Holbrook Farm Traphill North Carolina NRHP - listed, National Register of Historic Places listings in Wilkes County, North Carolina Deacon John Holbrook
  • Ronda - Clingman Elementary School Panthers Ronda Traphill Elementary School Wildcats Traphill Wilkesboro Elementary School Eagles Wilkesboro There
  • Fork Lovelace Moravian Falls Mulberry New Castle North Wilkesboro Rock Creek Somers Stanton Traphill Union Walnut Grove Millers Creek Wilkesboro Since
  • County, including the communities of Traphill Hays, McGrady, Mulberry, and a small portion of the town of North Wilkesboro. The original school building
  • North Carolina Highway 268 NC 268 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina It connects many communities as it traverses through