Snug Harbor in Hertford, NC
Snug Harbor is located between the Yeopim River and Yeopim Creek on the north shore of the Albemarle Sound, only minutes from Historic Hertford, Edenton and Elizabeth City, the Harbor of Hospitality. This newer community offers members the use of its clubhouse, a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball court and baseball field. Four boat ramps, a comfort station for campground owners, and two recreational park areas are also available for member use.
The A-Section Park looks out over the Yeopim River and offers a swim area, dock, BBQ grills, playground equipment, picnic tables, and a restroom. Beaver’s Cove Park accesses Yeopim Creek and offers benches, picnic tables, a canoe launch, and great fishing.
Snug Harbor has an active Civic League, sponsoring numerous special events throughout the year. Club House activities include Ladies Exercise, Quilting, Board Games, Tai-Chi for Seniors, and an Artist Group. See Snug Harbor HOA information.
Abermarle Plantation, Hertford, NC
Albemarle Plantation is an exciting waterfront golf and marina community on the Albemarle Sound, located on the coast of North Carolina at the confluence of a group of rivers, including the Chowan and Roanoke. It is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the Outer Banks at its eastern edge.
Amenities, include an acclaimed Dan Maples Signature Golf Course with charming Clubhouse and pool, a full-service marina, a new community center and more. Albemarle Plantation is owned and managed by its own residents.
The town of Belvidere is just eight miles from Hertford. A notable person from this small town was Wolfman Jack (Robert Weston Smith), the legendary disc jockey, TV personality, and actor, moved to Belvidere and lived there until his death in 1995. His remains are buried on the property he owned with his wife, Lou.
Take a step back in time and stop at Layden’s Supermarket grocery and butcher shop in Belvidere for hoop cheese, country ham, and hand-stuffed sausages.
The Shores at Lands End, Hertford, NC
This waterfront community of 251 homesites has breathtaking views and plenty of southern charm. Enjoy the picturesque waterways and rich history of this area where the Little River and Perquimans River converge on the Albemarle Sound.