River Towns

Bear Grass

Bear Grass

Bear Grass was once known as the "Moonshine Capital of the World" and gained its fame during our country's history when the production and...

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Edenton

Edenton

North Carolina’s beautifully preserved first Colonial capital has been described as the prettiest small town in the South. Edenton visitors enjoy...

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Halifax

Halifax

Where the spirit of Independence was born... The Town of Halifax is a very proud and special place, with a rich history, being instrumental in the...

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Hamilton

Hamilton

With a modest population of 465, the small town of Hamilton, North Carolina makes up for its size by being an undeniably historic community. Nestled...

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Hobgood

Hobgood

The Town of Hobgood lies at the southeastern tip of Halifax County at the intersection of highways 125 and 122 bordering the Edgecombe and Martin...

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Jackson

Jackson

The town of Jackson can trace its origin back to the creation of Northampton County in 1741 by the Colonial Assembly of North Carolina.  The...

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Jamesville

Jamesville

Welcome to Jamesville ~ the home of the Annual Herring Festival! Year after year on Easter weekend in Jamesville, you are guaranteed good food, ...

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Oak City

Oak City

With the establishment of the "Goose Nest" post office in 1888, this community - which began in the early 1880s as a small, rural trading center...

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Parmele

Parmele

The Town of Parmele was established primarily as the junction point for two railroad systems which later became part of the Seaboard Coast Line...

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Plymouth

Plymouth

Plymouth is a paddler's Paradise! As the mighty Roanoke rushes towards the Albemarle Sound, it forms a delta. A series of rivers and creeks converge...

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Robersonville

Robersonville

Early History The earliest known citizens of the Robersonville area were the Tuscarora and Morotock Indians. We know that settlers lived here many...

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Scotland Neck

Scotland Neck

Our Scottish roots are reflected in our name. In 1722 a colony of Scotch Highlanders led by Lord Nairn settled in the "neck" of the Roanoke River....

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Weldon

Weldon

Weldon’s National Registered Historic District was established in 1996. The residential neighborhoods are primarily frame constructions in the...

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Williamston

Williamston

Williamston, a rapidly growing sub-regional marketplace for northeastern NC, is home to the Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center where...

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Windsor

Windsor

Town of Windsor Chartered 1768 The Town of Windsor is located in the Roanoke River Basin although not on the Roanoke River. The town is actually on...

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