Riverbend (in Rutherford County, NC) Populated Place Profile


Riverbend (GNIS FID: 1008461) is a populated place located within the Township of Chimney Rock, a minor civil division (MCD) of Rutherford County.

The elevation of Riverbend is 942 feet. Riverbend appears on the Lake Lure U.S. Geological Survey Map. Rutherford County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Lake Lure, NC (1.9 miles W)
Chimney Rock, NC (4.3 miles W)
Edneyville, NC (10 miles WSW)
Gerton, NC (10.6 miles WNW)
Columbus, NC (12.3 miles S)
Rutherfordton, NC (12.7 miles ESE)
Fruitland, NC (12.8 miles W)
Ruth, NC (13 miles ESE)
Dana, NC (13.5 miles WSW)
Old Fort, NC (13.8 miles N)

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Camp Occoneechee, NC (2.7 miles WSW)
Fairfield Mountains, NC (2.7 miles NNW)
Quail Ridge, NC (2.7 miles NW)
Youngs Mountain, NC (2.7 miles NNW)
Rock Springs, NC (3.1 miles SE)
Golf Estates, NC (3.1 miles NW)
Deerfield, NC (3.6 miles NNW)

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