Benson is a town in Johnston County, North Carolina, United States, near the intersection of Interstates 95 and 40. Benson celebrates Mule Days on the fourth Saturday of September, a festival that attracts over 60,000 people each year. In 2010, the population was 3,311, up from 2,923 in 2000. == History == The town of Benson, which derives its name from early settler Alfred Monroe ("Mim") Benson, owes much of its historical development to the railroad line which passed through the present location in town in 1886 on its route between Fayetteville and Contentnea. More information on the history of Benson and the surrounding communities may be found at the new Benson Museum of Local History located at 102 W. Main Street, next to the Mary Duncan Library.
Neighborhoods in Benson, North Carolina
Akins Place, Belmont Farms, Belmont farms subdivision, Benson Dog Park, Benson Green Apartment Complex, Big Steve's Bagels, Black Creek, Blalocks Glen, Bruce Diamond, Buy Homes With Rose, Canterbury Subdivision Nghbrs, Cobblestone Place, Coonie Lee, Davidson Homes at Beverly Place, Eastwood Homes at Daniel Farms
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