|Rail Cove Branch||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows SW and NE into Ingram Branch.|
|Railroad Pond||E Anson County SE of Lilesville. Covers approx. 4 acres; max. depth 12 ft. Formed early in the twentieth century when gravel was removed from the site.|
|Rainbow Banks||steep bank of the Roanoke River, N Martin County between Poplar Point on the E and Hamilton on the w. Mentioned in an act of the General Assembly in 1729 and appears on the Collet map, 1770.|
|Rainbow Creek||rises in S Greene County and flows NE into Contentnea Creek. The name appears in local records as early as 1730.|
|Rainbow Falls||in SW Transylvania County on Horsepasture River. Height of falls is 200 ft.|
|Rainbow Gap||NE Buncombe County between Lookout Mountain and Montreat. Alt. approx. 3,250.|
|Rainbow Gap||on the Buncombe-Yancey county line between Blackstock and Potato Knobs. Alt. approx. 5,860.|
|Rainbow Islands||areas of fine, sandy loam surrounded by swamp in E Washington County SW of the community of Scuppernong.|
|Rainbow Lake||in S Transylvania County on Middle Creek near its junction with East Fork French Broad River. Covers 2 acres and has a max. depth of 20 ft. Used for recreation.|
|Rainbow Springs||community in SW Macon County on Pat Stable Branch.|
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