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Big Cities

Big cities with plenty of action and things to do.

Outdoor Adventure

Bike riding trails, horse trails, ATV trails we have it all

Our Heritage

Visit our heritage sites, there is always something going on.

Natural Wonders

From the sea to the mountains, our natural wonders abound.

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From the Mountains to the Sea

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North Carolina Coast

The beautiful coastline of North Carolina's Outer Banks attracts a variety of talented individuals desiring to live and make a living in our region.  These talented individuals create a variety of restaurants, retail shops, art galleries, and other offerings that make our area truly unique



Bike Trails

Enjoy our bike trails.

Special Events

3.2% of visitors came for Special events and festivals

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Visiting relatives and Family Reunion accounted for 25.5% of visitors.



Warmed by the nearby Gulf Stream, the North Carolina Coast is a sunny place filled with pristine beaches and the powerful grandeur of the ocean, giant sand dunes (highest along the East Coast), and wetlands filled with an abundance of wildlife and plants. The defining characteristic of the area is the Outer Banks, a chain of fragile barrier islands with 130 miles of unspoiled coastline surrounded by 900 square miles of water.happy camper

The historic Northern Region boasts Edenton as one of the state's oldest towns; Roanoke Island, the site of the first English settlement in the New World; Kitty Hawk, where the Wright brothers made their famous first flight; Nags Head, home to the largest hang gliding school in the country and Cape Hatteras, the first National Seashore.

 The exciting Central Region from the growing Greenville-Pitt County metropolis in the west, home to the East Carolina University, to the Crystal Coast in the east, home base of the world's largest Gulf Stream fishing fleet.

Historic Beaufort, restored to its 18th century state, across the Neuse to quiet, unspoiled Oriental and the sheltered shores of Pamlico County and, just up the road, New Bern, rich in colonial heritage and home to the Tryon Palace and its Gardens.

The balmy Southern Region, centered on Wilmington, North Carolina's largest port city and home to the Battleship USS North Carolina, holds on tightly to its rich historic heritage.Wilmington's waterfront, the Cape Fear River leads to neighboring beaches and quaint, picturesque, port towns like Southport and Calabash.

The common thread throughout these regions is the water.  It provides North Carolina with a unique coastal belt the sheltered sounds, bays, rivers and creeks separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a string of narrow barrier islands creating a locality that is rapidly becoming one of the most popular vacation areas in the country.

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Campgrounds or Cottages

Cottages within the area.



koa wilmington Wilmington KOA, 7415 Market St, Wilmington, NC 28411. 888-562-5699
koa new bern New Bern KOA, 1565 B Street, New Bern, NC 28560. 800-562-3341


Brunswick Beaches Camping Resort
Adventure Bound Campground Email
Cabin Creek Campground Email
Camp Clearwater
Camp Hatteras Email
Cape Woods Campground
Cotten's Camp Ground
Colington Park Campground
Cypress Cove Campgrounds
Dickens RV Park
Daddy Joe's Outdoors
Frisco Woods Campground
Hatteras Sands RV Resort
Moonlight Lake RV Park
Island Hide-a-Way
Joe & Kay's Campground
Mayberry Campground
Kitty hawk Trailer Park
Sands of Time Campground
Ocean Waves Campground
Rodanthe Watersports and Campground
Teeter's Campground
Shore Line Marina & Campground
Waters Edge RV Park
Whispering Pines Campground
Whippoorwill Campground




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