Vander, North Carolina is a small town located just off the main road into Winston-Salem. The population is about seven hundred and forty-six and is located on the edge of the Appalachian Mountains. This beautiful town is a small city built around its main street called Route 40. This road has been around for several decades and is still well-traveled by the general public. The first major building to be constructed in this small town was a hospital that closed in the late nineteen fifties. Click here for facts about Fayetteville, NC.
Vander, North Carolina was originally called “Vander-Kanawha” “Vander-Keelan.” It is a town that was designated a CDP in 1948 and is now known as the town of Vander. The population of Vander, North Carolina was one hundred and thirty at the last census and the town has originally named the village of Vander-Keelan. There are many historic places to visit when visiting this quaint little town. Many great restaurants serve delicious meals as well as a variety of lodging that is affordable. Click here to read about The Gorgeous City of Spring Lake, North Carolina.
Many local arts are displayed in the many buildings and on the various buildings that make up this charming town. There are many different history museums to visit as well as historical sites that are open to the public. There are also historical festivals that take place throughout the year and they are a wonderful way to see all of the different things that have been going on here for the past couple of hundred years. You can get a free tour of the area by the local Chamber of Commerce. They will even provide you with information on what businesses are open during the winter months and what businesses will be open in the summer months. This is a wonderful way to see all of the attractions without having to pay a penny to do so. A free guided tour will give you the chance to enjoy all of the beautiful areas that this small town offers as well as the history of the town itself.
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