|Raeford Township||central Hoke County.|
|Raft Swamp||rises in S Hoke County and flows SE into central Robeson County, where it enters Lumber River. Much Tory activity during the Revolution was centered there, and the name is frequently mentioned in records of the time.|
|Raft Swamp Township||central Robeson County.|
|Rag Creek||rises in N McDowell County and flows approx. 2 mi. SE into Cox Creek.|
|Ragged Point||central Onslow County, extends into N Morgan Bay.|
|Raglins Ferry||See Mush Island.|
|Ragsdale Creek||rises in central Buncombe County and flows SE into Hominy Creek.|
|Raider Camp Creek||rises in SE Avery County and flows SE into Caldwell County, where it enters Harper Creek.|
|Raider Camp Ridge||SE Avery County.|
|Rail Cove||NE Cherokee County at the head of Rail Cove Branch.|
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