When winter gives way to warmer breezes, a springtime escape to Elizabeth City, North Carolina is the perfect way to wake from months of hibernation. Stretch your legs on hiking trails, make a splash on our waterways, eat outdoors, dip into our history and play on our links as we celebrate the welcome return of milder days.READ MORE ».
Hertford’s hometown hero, Jim “Catfish” Hunter 15 year career, pitching for the Kansas City/Oakland A’s and the New York YankeesREAD MORE ».
Bob was one of the many visitors to discover Elizabeth City, North Carolina, this summer. He and his wife were able to enjoy some activities (and meals) that exemplify Elizabeth City’s way of life.
Find out how Bob spent his time in northeast North Carolina, and learn other ways you can make the most of your time in Elizabeth City!READ MORE ».
“If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there’s shouting after you, keep going. Don’t ever stop. Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going.” —Harriet Tubman, architect of the Underground RailroadREAD MORE ».
Longing for a romantic getaway? Book a weekend getaway in one of Elizabeth City’s beautifully restored B&Bs and small inns.READ MORE ».
Elizabeth City is in the middle of an outdoor playground. Our location offers easy access to four different state parks which makes it the perfect place for nature lovers to launch their vacation.READ MORE ».
New and repeat visitors to our small southern town often inquire about goings on. Each month, we will clue you in on what’s new in the 252 area code. This feature will include big happenings as well as little stuff that will keep you exploring Elizabeth City and our neighbors around the Albemarle Sound. Don’t forget to share your adventures by using #DiscoverECity on your photos.READ MORE ».