Warren County, North Carolina Basics:

Warren County North Carolina - Government Site

Population: 20,582
Area: 428 square miles
County seat: Warrenton
Area code(s) in use: 252
Time zone: EST
High school graduate or higher: 74.8%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 14.0%
Median household income: $34,803
Persons in poverty: 24.4%
Home ownership rate: 70.8%
Mean travel time to work: 27.8 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Brunswick (VA)  Franklin  Halifax  Mecklenburg (VA)  Nash  Northampton  Vance  

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Map of the Warren County area

Our detail map of Warren County shows the Warren County, North Carolina boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Warren County, North Carolina

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Nocarva Airport, Warren County Airport

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Afton - Elberon Volunteer Fire Department, Arcola Rural Volunteer Fire Department, Churchill - Five Forks Volunteer Fire Department, Churchill - Five Forks Volunteer Fire Department Substation, Drewry Volunteer Fire Department, Halifax Emergency Medical Services Station 1 - Warren County Rescue Squad, Hawtree Volunteer Fire Department, Inez Volunteer Fire Department, Longbridge Volunteer Fire Department, Macon Rural Fire Department, Norlina Volunteer Fire Department, Ridgeway Volunteer Rural Fire Association, Roanoke - Wildwood Volunteer Fire Department, Soul City Volunteer Rural Fire Association, Warren County Emergency Medical Services, Warrenton Rural Volunteer Fire Department

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Fairview Cemetery, Greenwood Cemetery, Lovely Hill Cemetery, Macons Grave, New Hope Cemetery, Old Warrenton Cemetery, Ridgeway Cemetery, Rose Cemetery, Warren Dale Cemetery, Warren Plains Cemetery, Whites Grove Cemetery

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Antioch Church, Ashley Grove Church, Baltimore Church, Bethlehem Church, Bethlehem Church, Bethlehem Church, Bethlehem Church, Browns Church, Burchett Chapel, Chapel Hill Church, Coley Springs Church, Cooks Chapel, Enterprise Church, Fork Chapel, Gardners Church, Good Shepherd Church, Gruvers Memorial Church, Hebron Church, Hecks Grove Church, Inez Church, Jerusalem Church, Jerusalem Church, Jones Chapel, Jordan Hill Church, Kingdom Hall Church, Little Zion Church, Locust Grove Church, Lovely Hill Church, Macon Church, Mount Auburn Church, Mount Bethel Church, Mount Zion Church, New Bethel Church, North Warrenton Church, Oak Chapel, Oak Level Church, Olive Grove Church, Pine Grove Church, Pleasant Grove Church, Pleasant Hill Church, Pleasant Zion Church, Providence Church, Providence Church, Reedy Creek Church, Roanoke Chapel, Roanoke Chapel, Russell Union Church, Saint Josephs Church, Saint Pauls Church, Saint Pauls Church, Sarepta Church, Shady Grove Church, Shiloh Church, Shocco Church, Spring Green Church, Stony Lawn Church, Sulphur Springs Church, Union Chapel, Warrenton Church, Wesley Memorial Church, Whites Grove Church, Young Memorial Church, Zarepath Grove Church, Zion Church

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Coffmans Lake Dam, Hammes Mill Pond Dam, Harringtons Pond Dam, Lake Largo Dam, Peetes Pond Dam

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Largo Lake

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Camp Katzenstein, Camp Willow Run, Creek, Greenback (historical), Jones Springs (historical), Moodys Ferry (historical), Mountain View (historical), Newman (historical), Poplar Mount (historical), Warrenton Country Club

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County Line Public Use Area, Kimball Point Public Use Area

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Afton, Arcola, Axtell, Church Hill, Elams, Elberon, Embro, Enterprise, Five Forks, Grove Hill, Inez, Liberia, Lickskillet, Macon, Manson, Marmaduke, Norlina, Oakville, Odell, Oine, Old Bethlehem, Parktown, Paschall, Ridgeway, Rose Hill, Snow Hill, Soul City, Vaughan, Vicksboro, Warren Plains, Warrenton, Wise

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Shatter Post Office (historical)

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Coffmans Lake, Hammes Mill Pond, Harringtons Pond, Hicks Pond, Lake Gaston, Lake Largo, Peetes Pond, Ryders Pond

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Bakers School (historical), Boyd School, Burchett School, Greenwood School (historical), Haliwa Indian School, Hawkins School, Hecks Grove School, Long School (historical), Mayflower School (historical), Norlina Middle School, North Warren High School, Northside School, South Warren School, Thrift Hill School (historical), Vaughan Elementary School, Warren Academy, Warren County High School, Young School (historical)

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Panacea Springs

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Big Branch, Big Stone House Creek, Black Branch, Blue Mud Creek, Bobbitts Branch, Bobs Branch, Bridle Creek, Buffalo Branch, Buzzard Branch, Cabin Branch, Cabin Branch, Coleman Branch, Dix Branch, Dowtins Creek, Ellington Branch, Gum Pond Branch, Gunters Creek, Hawtree Creek, Hogpen Branch, Horse Creek, Hubquarter Creek, Jordan Creek, Lees Branch, Little Stone House Creek, Lizard Creek, Long Branch, Lyons Creek, Malones Creek, Maple Branch, Matthews Creek, Mill Branch, Mill Creek, Newmans Creek, Owens Creek, Phoebes Creek, Pigeonroost Creek, Poplar Creek, Possumquarter Creek, Reedy Branch, Reedy Branch, Reedy Creek, Reedy Creek, Richneck Creek, Rocky Branch, Rocky Creek, Sawmill Creek, Sixpound Creek, Smith Creek, Terrapin Creek, Walkers Creek, Wolfpit Branch

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WARR-AM (Warrenton),

Warren County, North Carolina Population By Race (2012 estimate)

BlackWarren County Black population 10,74410,743  
WhiteWarren County White population 8,3158,315
American IndianWarren County American Indian population 1,1321,132
MixedWarren County Mixed population 329329
AsianWarren County Asian population 8282
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderWarren County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
North Carolina population by county