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Cities in North Carolina

The 52 largest cities in North Carolina (the most populous cities in NC are Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greensboro) have an average Walk Score of 24. The best cities in North Carolina ranked by Walk Score are Boone, Elizabeth City, and Asheville, while the least walkable cities are Mint Hill, Indian Trail, and Clemmons.

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The list of North Carolina cities below is sorted alphabetically, but can also be sorted by Walk Score or population (click table's heading to sort).

City

Walk Score

Population

Charlotte (the largest city in North Carolina) 24 731,424
Raleigh 29 403,892
Greensboro 28 269,666
Winston-Salem 22 229,617
Durham 28 228,330
Fayetteville 18 200,564
Cary 25 135,234
Wilmington 32 106,476
High Point 24 104,371
Greenville 31 84,554
Asheville 35 83,393
Concord 17 79,066
Gastonia 22 71,741
Jacksonville 20 70,145
Rocky Mount 24 57,477
Chapel Hill 34 57,233
Burlington 31 49,963
Wilson 31 49,167
Huntersville 14 46,773
Kannapolis 21 42,625
Hickory 27 40,010
Apex 22 37,476
Goldsboro 26 36,437
Salisbury 28 33,662
Indian Trail 10 33,518
Monroe 25 32,797
Mooresville 18 32,711
Wake Forest 19 30,117
New Bern 27 29,524
Sanford 21 28,094
Matthews 14 27,198
Thomasville 24 26,757
Garner 21 25,745
Asheboro 28 25,012
Cornelius 24 24,866
Holly Springs 16 24,661
Statesville 31 24,532
Kernersville 19 23,123
Mint Hill 9 22,722
Kinston 32 21,677
Lumberton 27 21,542
Havelock 24 20,735
Shelby 26 20,323
Carrboro 28 19,582
Lexington 31 18,931
Elizabeth City 36 18,683
Clemmons 11 18,627
Morrisville 24 18,576
Lenoir 22 18,228
Fuquay-Varina 18 17,937
Boone 46 17,122
Morganton 26 16,918

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