A county in North Carolina’s “High Country,” Avery was established in 1911 and earned the county the distinction as the hundredth-county in the state. One of the highest counties in the eastern United States, Avery County is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is home to the man-made Linn Cove Viaduct and the natural-wonder Grandfather Mountain.
The racial and ethnic diversity index measures the probability that any two people chose at random from Avery County, NC are of different races or ethnicities where higher numbers represent more diversity. It was developed by the University of North Carolina and USA Today in 1991 and adapted in 2000 to account for differences in Census questions.
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In the Avery County North Carolina section you will also find information about local businesses such as Motels, Cabin Rentals, Bed & Breakfast, Real Estate, Photographers and Restaurants. Grandfather Mountain Photo by Donnie Smith Photography. Hotel Deals in Avery County Compare prices and book rooms in Avery County.
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Avery County is a county in North Carolina with a population of 17,695. There are 6,801 households in the county with an average household size of 2.22 persons. 21.97% of households in Avery County are renters.
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Young Children in Avery County In 2018, there were 1.1 million young children aged 8 or under in North Carolina. Overall, the state saw rapid growth in the population
The 2020 Avery County 4-H Summer W.O.W. (Wonderful Opportunities Waiting) Program has officially begun accepting applications for the upcoming summer. The Avery County 4-H staff have planned another exciting, fun, and educational summer program for youth, ages 5 to13 years old. 4-H Summer W.O.W. will run from Monday, June 29 to Friday, July 31, 2020.
Gragg is an unincorporated community in Avery County, North Carolina; spanning approximately one-half mile in radius from the intersection of Edgemont Road and Globe Road. Gragg can be accessed from US 221 via mile marker #305 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The area was originally known as "'Carey's Flat'".