Gap, North Carolina

Gap is an unincorporated community in Stokes County, North Carolina, United States, approximately 5 miles WSW of Danbury, North Carolina, near Hanging Rock State Park, on North Carolina State Highway 66.


Municipalities and communities of Stokes County, North Carolina, United States
County seat: Danbury
Towns
  • Danbury
  • King‡
  • Walnut Cove
Village
  • Tobaccoville‡
Townships
  • Beaver Island
  • Big Creek
  • Danbury
  • Meadows
  • Peters Creek
  • Quaker Gap
  • Sauratown
  • Snow Creek
  • Yadkin
CDPs
  • Germanton‡
  • Pinnacle
Unincorporated
communities
  • Aarons Corner
  • Asbury
  • Boyles Chapel
  • Brook Cove
  • Brown Mountain
  • Campbell
  • Capella
  • Ceramic
  • Chestnut Grove
  • Collinstown
  • Dalton
  • Delta
  • Dillard
  • Dodgetown
  • Flat Rock
  • Flat Shoals
  • Francisco
  • Gap
  • Hartman
  • Lawsonville
  • Meadows
  • Moores Springs
  • Mountain View
  • Mount Olive
  • Neatman
  • Oak Ridge
  • Pine Hall
  • Poplar Springs
  • Prestonville
  • Quaker Gap
  • Rosebud
  • Sandy Ridge
  • Volunteer
Footnotes

‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties

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