LASR.net Homepage




Menu

Plymouth, North Carolina

Upcoming Events in Plymouth North Carolina


April

9 - 11 17th Annual Battle of Plymouth Living History Weekend - Come watch as history comes alive! The 17th Annual Battle of Plymouth Living History Weekend will take place in Historic Plymouth to commemorate one of the largest battles fought during the Civil War in North Carolina. Hundreds of reenactors will set up encampment sites along the banks of the Roanoke River. There will be period music, crafts and re-enactments of the battles. Over 300 re-enactors participate with dozens of authentic artillery pieces. See website for more details!

Address: Port of Plymouth Museum grounds and riverfront- downtown Plymouth
Washington County Travel and Tourism
Plymouth, NC 27962 , Plymouth, North Carolina
Ph: (252)793-2163 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frank_winslow@ncsu.edu
Fee: Fee

May

16 - 17 3rd Annual North Carolina Forest Festival - Event Description: The only event in the state that celebrates forestry, the N.C. Forest Festival is a day of fun filled with exhibits, equipment, competitions, and live music. Stroll the festival grounds accompanied by live bluegrass music, taking in the educational exhibits or check out the newest equipment in the industry. From the Lumberjack Competition, as seen on ESPN, to the Fireman?s and Forest Service Parade to the Sidewalk Wildlife Art Show and Sale, there is something for everyone, including kids. Don?t miss this unique event!
Please see the website for event schedule.

Address: Downtown Plymouth Waterfront
Washington County Travel and Tourism
Plymouth, NC 27962 , Plymouth, North Carolina
Ph: (252)793-4804 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: chamber@washconc.org
Fee: Fee

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Historic Plymouth

Historic Plymouth, on the south bank of the Roanoke River in northeastern North Carolina, played an important role as a major port in bygone years. The town was laid out in 1787

Plymouth, NC Historic Districts

Port O'Plymouth Museum

History museum featuring Civil War Battle of Plymouth, April 17-20, 1864. NC's second largest battle and last major southern victory of the war. Bullet shell and artifact collections. Considered one of the top 10 Civil War tour sites in the Carolinas. Artifacts on CSS Albemarle (ironclad)

Plymouth, NC Museums


Port-O Plymouth Inn

Port-O Plymouth Inn in Plymouth, North Carolina is the center location for all your traveling needs. We are 100 miles west of Atlantic beach, 75 miles west of Nags Head, 100 miles south of Virginia Beach, and 120

Plymouth, NC Businesses


Things to do near Plymouth, NC

Ragazzi's

Pasta and other italian specialities. Open for lunch and dinner ...

Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge

The refuge has over 150,000 acres of wetland habitats and a wide variety of wildlife, ranging from wood ducks and alligators ...

Rodanthe Watersports and Campground

15 RV sites, 20 tent sites. Hot/Cold Water, Elec., Recreational Facility. Great windsurfing. ...

Lanes Country Store

Has boat launching, camp grounds, and river access all under lease. ...

La Isla Bakery and Latin Market

Baked Goods. Open 7 days a week. V, MC, AMX, DISC, ATM. Open year round. Caribbean Deli - located next door to Bakery. ...