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Elizabeth City Welcomes Boaters to the "Harbor of Hospitality"

Posted on 01/14/2019 by Visit Elizabeth City

Harbor of Hospitality Rose BuddiesThe "Harbor of Hospitality®" is set on the beautiful Elizabeth City waterfront and the Pasquotank River.  At Mariners' Wharf you can choose from 14 boat slips with free 48-hour docking!   When you tie up at Mariners' Wharf, you may find that the locals are quite helpful, most share a smile and lend a hand.  The visitors center also throws impromptu Rose Buddies parties.  

 

Loaner BikesAside from a beautiful waterfront and friendly folks, you'll find great restrooms and hot showers in Mariners' Wharf Park!  Stop by Visit Elizabeth City's welcome center, located within Museum of the Albemarle to pick up brochures and a Boater's Map designed with the locations our boaters need most often.

 

Christina and Coz DowntownFrom the waterfront, you'll find that you are within close walking proximity to restaurants, shopping, accommodations and attractions such as Museum of the Albemarle and Arts of the Albemarle.

 

Downtown Waterfront MarketMariners' Wharf is also home to the Downtown Waterfront Market where you'll find local baked goods, fresh produce, arts, crafts and sometimes music and performers.  The market is open on Saturdays 9am - 1pm, June throughAugust.

 

Mariners' Wharf Film FestivalIf you're a classic movie buff, come on out to Mariners' Wharf Film Festival.  Every Tuesday night around 8:30pm, June through July there will be a classic movie playing on the outdoor screen.  Bring a blanket or chairs and join the fun!      

As you can tell, Mariners' Wharf is a pretty happening spot and extremely convenient for boaters!

 

Music on the GreenFor the music lover's, there is Music on the Green.  Enjoy local musicians as they entertain with outdoor concerts played at Mariners' Wharf.  Sit on the grass, bring a blanket or a chair.  Plenty of room to dance the night away too.  Every Tuesday night 6:00pm - 8:00pm, July through September.

 

We hope to see y'all soon!  Find out what else is going on in Elizabeth City here and be sure to share your pics with us at #VisitECity.

 


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