Stanleyville is an unincorporated community between northern Winston-Salem and Rural Hall in Forsyth County, North Carolina. Most of the community has been annexed by Winston-Salem. Stanleyville is located along North Carolina Highway 66 near the future Interstate 74 interchange with U.S. Highway 52. It is home to many farms and recently has seen a surge in commercial expansion. It does not have a post office, so all mail is routed through adjoining Rural Hall. Stanleyville Drive is the main road through Stanleyville. It was originally a dirt road, later paved as homes began to be built in the area. Some of the farm homes are over 50 years old, but most homes were built in the last 25 years.