Amherst (in Burke County, NC) Populated Place Profile

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Amherst (GNIS FID: 1018812) is a populated place located within the Township of Smoky Creek, a minor civil division (MCD) of Burke County.

The elevation of Amherst is 1,197 feet. Amherst appears on the Drexel U.S. Geological Survey Map. Burke County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Drexel, NC (2.7 miles S)
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Connelly Springs, NC (6.1 miles SE)
Morganton, NC (6.3 miles SW)
Hudson, NC (6.6 miles ENE)
Sawmills, NC (7.1 miles ENE)
Lenoir, NC (8.5 miles NNE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Smokey Creek, NC (1.9 miles NE)
Rambling Acres, NC (3.1 miles NE)
Calico Place, NC (3.1 miles NNW)
Town and Country, NC (3.4 miles N)
Chesterfield, NC (3.6 miles WNW)
Baton, NC (3.6 miles E)
Pinehurst, NC (3.9 miles N)
Pineburr, NC (3.9 miles N)
Fairway Acres, NC (4.1 miles NE)
Oakmont Estates, NC (4.3 miles NE)

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