Map of North Carolina

Map of North Carolina

This map of North Carolina will help you in your travel plans. From the Great Smoky Mountains in Western North Carolina, across the piedmont and on to the coast of North Carolina, the state has a lot to offer. The beautiful city of Asheville located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the capital city of Raleigh, the metropolis of Charlotte, and the world known Outer Banks at the coast and the Crystal Coast beaches and Wilmington. North Carolina is a beautiful state in every season. It offers activities for all seasons like beaches in the warm weather months to snow skiing in the winter months in the mountains. North Carolina is a great place for travel. Here is a map of North Carolina to help plan that trip.

NC Interstates

NC Interstates

There are three interstate highways in North Carolina.

I-95 runs north and south connecting NC to Virgina to the north and South Carolina to the south. Major towns along I-95 are Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Wilson, Selma and Smithfield and Fayetteville.

I-77 runs north and south connecting Virginia and South Carolina. Major cities Statesville and Charlotte.

I-40 runs east to west from the coast to Tennessee. Major cities along the interstate are Wilmington, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Asheville.

US 64 NC Murphy to Manteo

US 64 NC Murphy to Manteo

US 64 runs east and west across the entire state from Manteo at the coast to Murphy in the mountains and on to Tennessee. It is 604 miles long and is the longest highway in North Carolina.  Major cities along US 64 include Rocky Mount, Raleigh, Asheboro, Statesville, Lenoir, Lake Lure, Brevard, Cashiers, Highlands, and Murphy. Then it continues on into the state of Tennessee through the southern region of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Map of North Carolina