FAQs for finding daycares in WALKERTOWN
It's located about halfway between Winston-Salem and Greensboro, and is the county seat of Forsyth County. The town was founded in 1849, and named for General James K. Walker, who fought in the Mexican-American War and in the American Civil War. Walkerstown was an important stop on the railroad, and grew rapidly in the early 1900s.
What type of childcare can I find in WALKERTOWN, NC?
There are approximately 5 licensed childcare facilities in WALKERTOWN, NC. Of those 3 are classified as Family Child Care facilities and 2 are Child Care Centers.
A Family Child Care home is a child care arrangement located in a residence where, at any one time, more than two but less than nine children, receive child care
Whereas a child care center cares for larger groups of children in a facility outside of a private home.
Of those 5 licensed childcare facilities 2 of them are enrolled in a subsidized program.
How to find childcare in WALKERTOWN, NC?
Daycare facilities can fill up quickly and have long waiting periods. If you're expecting you need to begin your childcare search several months in advance of when you actually need care.
Browse our listing of daycare facilities, view their services and contact them through the website to request an appointment today.