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Welcome to the Northeastern North Carolina Internet Initiative. We invite you to experience the land where America was born. From our deep water rivers, ancient maritime forests and skies filled with wildlife more abundant than you ever thought possible, Northeastern North Carolina remains a haven for families, retirees and corporations seeking a better life.
Come enjoy birding, biking, jogging, fishing, hunting, hiking, sailing, kayaking, water skiing, swimming, surfing, horseback riding and boating. You'll find your days filled with sunshine and bright smiles throughout Northeasten North Carolina. Small towns filled with history ... and mystery, await you. Along with a "welcome home" that'll make you want to stay forever!
elcome to the land where America was born ...
Northeastern North Carolina!
Special features, monthly business sponsor updates and an ever expanding list of new information categories promise to keep your review of our lifestyle varied and interesting. Use the E-Mail Centre
to request information on accommodations and things to do and see while visiting.
Painting by Herbert Bliven
We are grateful to the sponsoring companies, individuals and organizations throughout Northeastern North Carolina who have provided material, art work and photography to make this site possible. The magnificient photography and art work contained within NENC, for example, has been provided by North Carolina photographers and artists ... without even so much as a request for personal recognition. From the very beginning this site has been about making friends.
The Outer Banks
Calendar of Events
An Enterprise Calendar containing events from throughout
Northeastern North Carolina with special emphasis on the Outer Banks.
Northeastern North Carolina Weather Averages and comprehensive
regional weather reports - links to satellite images, the National Weather
Service and the Outer Banks Storm Watch Subscription Service!
Property for SALE
Property for sale, usually by Owner, along the Chowan River and nearby Northeastern North Carolina
Roanoke River Paddle Trail & Camping Platforms
Over 200 miles of interconnected creeks, rivers and black water swamps along the Roanoke River await your exploration. Over 15 riverside camping platforms positioned throughout Northeastern North Carolina. Spend a day, a week-end or a full week where the Roanoke has an adventure waiting for you.
The Charles Kuralt Trail
Charles Kuralt, a North Carolina native had a special interest in National Wildlife Refuges, especially those in Northeastern North Carolina. The Chrales Kuralt Trail has been established to help people enjoy these areas and to recognize the journalist who shared them with the Nation. Visit the 11 National Wildlife Refuges that comprise the Charles Kuralt Trail.
The Tug Boat Tuscarora
Colorful tug boats are a common site to many people who live along the Chowan and Blackwater Rivers. Since the early 1920s, steam tugs or "tow boats" have negotiated the waters of Northeastern North Carolina.
Foundering of the M/V MARYLAND
The waters in the Albemarle Sound and the Alligator River are noted for their severe weather and gales. The M/V MARYLAND foundered and sank in Albemarle Sound on December 18, 1971 with only one survivor from its crew of seven. This is its story.
The Great Dismal
Swamp and George Washington
One of nature's wonders remains a place of intrigue and beauty. An excerpt from Paulette Felton Wester's A Journey In Time, A History of Gates County. The story of financial opportunity and physical hardship. Beautiful photography.
Museum of the Albemarle
The story of the people who dwelled in the Albemarle region ... from the native Americans, to the first English-speaking colonists, to adventurers, farmers and fishermen. The Museum of the Albemarle is a division of the North Carolina Museum of History.
National Wildlife Refuge
Established in 1984 and located on the mainland of eastern North Carolina, Alligator River contains over 152,000 acres and is home to more than 200 species of birds, deer, bear and wildlife of every imaginable type. Review the Red Wolf re-establishment program, wildlife management activities, hunting and fishing opportunities, and volunteer programs available throughout the year. A wide variety of publications are available from this information rich site.
Coastal Wildlife Refuge Society Memberships
benefit Alligator River NWR, Pea Island NWR and a host of other programs and activities throughout Northeastern North Carolina. Join the drive to build a new Visitor's Center / Administrative Complex in Manteo with your fully deductible tax-free contribution and membership today.
|The Outer Banks JobBank
Checkout The Outer Banks JobBank Service ... Search for Jobs, Create your Resume, Post it on-line, Print it or Send to potential Outer Banks Employers on-line ... return and update it at anytime. This is a FREE service for both Employers and Job Seekers. Outer Banks Employers can Register on-line and List available positions anytime!
Useful State of
North Carolina and Educational
The State Telephone Directory, Job Vacancies listed by the Office of State Personnel, Ferry Schedules, College and University Directories, Community Colleges, the North Carolina Information Highway, State Agency List, Departments of Labor, Justice, Education, Transportation and more.
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