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Historic Beaufort—Walk outside and take a stroll through the neighborhood. Antiques, Art galleries, shopping, restaurants, boardwalk, kayaking, boat rides, ghost walks, burial grounds are just some activities to undertake while you visit us.
Radio Island—US 70 Causeway (Southeast Radio Island)- Wading; swimming; picnic tables; grills; restrooms and parking area (dangerous current in deeper water; stay close to shore when swimming); no lifeguard on duty.
Atlantic Beach Water Access—US 70 Causeways to US 58. Beaches all along the causeway; lifeguard on duty from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Fort Macon State Park. Discover the fort’s history as though the time it has protected Beaufort Harbor and the beautiful beach that has wonderful sunsets, surf fishing, swimming dolphins, and public restrooms.
Croatan National Forest. Hike and picnic through our woods and see the wildlife of our beaches and forest blend together in harmony.
Maritime Museum in Beaufort has shells, history on Blackbeard, and Queens Ann Revenge and equipment that have been used on boats since the beginning.
Beaches: North Carolina is known for its beautiful beaches. We are located just a half-mile to Radio Island Beach and 5 miles to Atlantic Beach.
Cape Lookout Light House. Take a ferry or Charter to Cape Lookout Lighthouse and watch the dolphins swim with the boat and the horses of Shackelford and Carrot Island.
State Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores. The newly remodeled Aquarium is three times larger and features new exhibits of jellyfish, river otters, and a 306,000-gallon ocean tank. Visitors will get a glimpse of what Blackbeard’s flagship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, and the sunken German sub U-352 look like on the ocean floor. The "Living Shipwreck," which will display the wreckage of the sub, will feature a viewing window more than 60 feet long! The expanded Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores will be three times larger than before, and feature exhibits and animals from across North Carolina. Mountain waterfalls, Piedmont Rivers, coastal swamps, and offshore shipwrecks will be some of the new habitats.
Please note: Picnic Lunches can be made for $7 a person. Each person receives a sandwich, fruit, and other goodies. Notice the night before is needed for lunches.
Historic Museum in Morehead City
State Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores
Crop 'til you drop!
Looking for a place to get away and scrapbook for the weekend? Cheryl Pigott is our Creative Memories consultant, she has made arrangements with Anchorage House to make sure the house is ready with plenty of table space and good lighting. She also makes sure the house is well-stocked with all of the extras that make your scrapbooking experience complete: extra folding tables and lights, cushions for all of the chairs, a large paper cutter, and various massagers so you are relaxed for journaling. If need a consultant or to sign up for our quarterly scrapbooking parties at Anchorage House, call her at 252-723-0116 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Carolina Chocolate Festival
Crystal Elegance Bridal Showcase
||Beaufort Wine and Food Weekend
Wooden Boat Show
Morehead City Homes Tour
Beaufort Music Festival
Bonita Fishing is Good!
Beaufort Home and Garden Tour
Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament
Cobia/Spanish Mackeral/Trout/Puppy Drum/Flounder Fishing is Good!
Fourth of July Celebration
Dolphin (Mahi, Mahi), Blue Marlin, Bill Fishing is Good
||King Marckeral Tournament
||North Carolina Seafood festival
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