|Run of the Mill Pond||a stream that rises in SE Duplin County and flows N into Jump and Run Branch.|
|Run Swamp Canal||rises in W Currituck County and flows SE into Indiantown Creek. It forms a part of the boundary between Camden and Currituck Counties.|
|Runaway Knob||on the SE end of Runaway Ridge in SW Macon County.|
|Runaway Ridge||SW Macon County between the head of Allison Creek and the head of Ash Flat Branch.|
|Runion||community in W Madison County on French Broad River approx. 3 mi. E of Hot Springs.|
|Running Creek||rises in W Stanly County and flows NE into Big Bear Creek.|
|Runnymede||former town in central Edgecombe County. Inc. 1907 as the site of the county fair; charter repealed 1909. The site is now within the limits of Tarboro, and the name survives only as the name of a mill.|
|Runyon Creek||is formed by the junction of several small unnamed streams NE of Washington, W Beaufort County, and flows S into Pamlico River.|
|Runyon Creek||rises in N Haywood County and flows SW into Pigeon River.|
|Runyon Gap||N Haywood County on Snowbird Creek.|
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