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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

The Davenport Homestead

Built by Daniel Davenport, Washington County's first Senator, in 1800. The homestead has preserved "A Place in Time"

Creswell, NC Historic Homes





Pettigrew State Park

An angler's paradise, this park is the home of Lake Phelps, a 16,600-acre natural lake; a virgin forest;

Creswell, NC State Parks

Plymouth Country Club

Course Access: Private
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Plymouth, NC Country Clubs

McAllister's Academy Inn

A newly renovated 1920's home in the quiet rural setting of Mackey's NC near Plymouth. 2 large porches for sitting and relaxing! Numerous ammenities and conveniences are offered, including boat parking and hook-ups. The Inn is located conveniently off US 64 and just 2

Roper, NC Businesses


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

Somerset Place State Historic Site

Somerset Place is an antebellum plantation offering an insightful view of life before the Civil War. It is one of North Carolina's most significant African American (African-American) heritage sites. During its existence (1785-1865) it encompassed 100,000 acres and became one of North Carolina'

Creswell, NC Historic Sites

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