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North Carolina

The town of Wagram, North Carolina, is a charming community located in the southeastern region of the state, within the bounds of Scotland County. Noted for its tranquil rural environment, the community offers a blend of rich historical heritage and modern amenities. As of 2022, the town had a population of approximately 612 residents, per the decennial Census.

Wagram's geographic coordinates are 34°53′44″N 79°21′30″W. It spans an area of 1.2 square miles, of which the majority is land, with only a small percentage (about 0.83%) accounted for by bodies of water. The town is located at an elevation of 174 feet.

In terms of transportation, Wagram can be accessed via North Carolina Highway 401 also known as Main Street in the town. It is approximately 10 miles from the city of Laurinburg, the county seat of Scotland County, providing residents with access to more urban amenities.

Wagram is part of the Scotland County School District and hosts one primary school, Wagram Elementary School and one middle school, Spring Hill Middle School. The education offered here serves students in grades Pre-K through 5th. Older students typically attend schools in nearby Laurinburg and Shaw Academy.

The town is governed by a mayor and a four-member town council. As of the 2023 elections, the mayor of Wagram is Barbara M. Pierce. Town council meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, 7:00pm at the Wagram Town Hall, located at 24441Marlboro Street, Wagram, NC 28396

Places of Interest

Winter Snow on the Lumber River             trees fall color
Winter Snow on the Lumber River           Fall Colors

US Highway 401
Wagram, NC  28396

21904 Riverton Road
Wagram, NC  28396


Lumber River Photo by Phyllis Lowery