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- huntsville elementary school
- dillard elementary school
- new vision school of science, math, and technology
- western rockingham middle school
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- mcmichael high school
- stoneville elementary school
- rockingham county early college high school
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Community - Stokesdale
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Stokesdale is a small rural town equidistant from Greensboro and Winston-Salem in the Triad region of North Carolina. This friendly town is highly accessible from neighboring communities due to the network of highways intersecting at Stokesdale.
The median home price in Stokesdale is more than the averages for both the state and nation. You will find an abundance of traditional homes in Stokesdale, as well as many new construction homes to accommodate the town’s growing population. Due to the community’s rural nature, homes in Stokesdale are situated on large lots with beautiful natural surroundings.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Stokesdale is a small town with a population just over 5,000 located in the upper northwest corner of Guilford County. It is positioned an almost equal distance from both Greensboro and Winston-Salem, which are each approximately 20 miles away. Stokesdale is located at the intersection of three highways, US-158, NC-68 and NC-65, providing easy access in and out of town. Stokesdale is also close to Virginia, Kernersville, and High Point. While Stokesdale has a few shops and restaurants, residents may access nearby larger nearby cities for dining, shopping, employment and entertainment. Stokesdale is primarily a rural community, and the town leaders work hard to preserve and promote its attractive small-town nature.
Stokesdale Town Park at Martin’s Meadow is a 25-acre park with athletic fields, walking trails, picnic pavilions, a disc golf course, and more. Stokesdale is also situated near Belews Lake, which is accessible at Carolina Marina with boat slips and storage, RV campsites, a cottage rental and more. This is a popular destination for swimming, fishing, boating and water skiing. Annual community events and festivals include the Stokesdale Christmas Parade, Annual Harvest Festival, and more. Stokesdale is home to the award-winning Stonefield Cellars Winery.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Stokesdale is served by the Guilford County School System, and there are more than 20 private institutions in the Stokesdale/Greensboro vicinity. Stokesdale contains no institutions of higher learning within its boundaries, but a reasonable commute brings many opportunities within reach, including Greensboro College, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Wake Forest University, and High Point University.
Stokesdale was originally called Green Pond, named after a swampy body of water in the area. In 1860, a general store made up the entirety of the town, and a post office was added after the Revolutionary War. Locals eventually removed “green” from the name, and the area became known as “Pond.” The name was changed to Stokesdale after a railroad employee in 1886, when the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad came through the area. The town was officially incorporated in 1907.
During the Great Depression, the town went bankrupt and became inactive. The charter was later revoked in 1971, but it wasn’t until 1989 that the town was incorporated a second time. The Stokesdale community is proud of its history, which is evident in the town seal created in 1994. It has railroad tracks, the original name of Green Pond, intersecting highways, tobacco, a horse and plow, and a still, representing the water used to make moonshine to supplement farm income.
Approximate Distance to:
Greensboro: 19 Miles
Winston-Salem: 19.5 Miles
Piedmont Triad International Airport: 12 Miles
Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 18.5 Miles
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: 21.5 Miles
US-158: Less Than 1 Mile
NC-68: Less Than 1 Mile
NC-65: Less Than 1 Mile
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