Stroll along tree-lined streets where Victorian-era homes are being lovingly restored. Visit The Belhaven Memorial Museum, featured in the book Weird Carolinas, or the restored Southern Railroad caboose. Rent a kayak, or take a yoga class. Although our 1,600 residents might have different ideas on how best to spend a day in Belhaven, most would agree that if you haven’t seen Belhaven at sunset, you haven’t seen Belhaven.
Belhaven is the nearest full-service town to Bath (link) historical village, the (links) Swanquarter ferry to Ocracoke Island on the Outer Banks, the Bayview Ferry to Aurora Fossil Museum (link), and to both Pungo/Picosin and Mattamuskett lakes (links)– home to dozens of shorebirds and waterfowl, including the famous tundra swans that winter there.
332 East Water Street, Belhaven
Centrally located in the downtown area the marina is within steps of restaurants, shops, and attractions. Services include boat storage, dockage, repairs, detailing and kayak rentals. The marina has over 650′ of bulkhead (along side …more »
216 Haslin Street, Belhaven
This unique store features new and repurposed coastal furniture & decor. Also home to Artisan, Craft, Children’s Clothing, Photography, and Vintage Vendor Boutiques. It’s a “must stop” when you are in Belhaven! http://www.facebook.com/bythewaterinbelhaven/
413 Pamlico Street, Belhaven
Kaye Lee’s Corner Foundation was organized and founded in October of 2016. The Foundation supports and helps acquire funding for 3 programs, Belhaven Arts Council, the Senior Club of Belhaven and R.O.C.K. Museum. All have …more »
(mailing) 206 Riverdale Ct, Greenville
Experience the beauty, ecology, and natural resources of the Pungo River/Pamlico Sound in a fun, interactive, hands-on way, while on your personally guided boat tour. Although tours fall into several basic categories of emphasis (see “tours …more »