We always welcome the return of Spring here on the Pamlico. Not only do the flowers bloom and temperatures rise, but some of our favorite events return making Washington a magical place to visit.
River Roving, perhaps the best (and FREE) way to explore the Pamlico River begins mid-month. The North Carolina Estuarium offers these free cruises from Spring to Fall. They are educational and entertaining for folks ages 6 and up. Call the Estuarium today to make reservations for your River Roving cruise, 252-948-0000.
Saturday Market brings fresh vegetables, flowers, arts and crafts, to downtown. This has become a must-do on Saturday mornings in Washington. The variety changes every week, so you’ll want to come to the local market as often as you can. Enjoy Saturday Market every Saturday beginning April 16th near the lighthouse the Washington waterfront. Call 252-946-3969 for more information.
If you were on the fence about when to visit Washington, we have the perfect weekend for you. Make your plans to visit the weekend of April 30th. There will be no shortage of activities for everyone in the family! Get on the water for the 10th Annual
Kayakalon, a unique triathlon event held at Goose Creek State Park. Want to take it a little easier? The BoCo Traditional Music Fest is a day of music, full of variety and talent. Held at the Turnage Theatre and in outdoor venues downtown, the Traditional Music Fest is music to our ears. The Washington Marine Market complements the Traditional Music Fest and other activities on the waterfront. The Marine Market features boat displays, demonstrations, nautical artisans and vendors. . .and maybe a pirate or two. Make your reservations at one of our local lodging properties TODAY for the weekend of April 30th.
Welcome to Elmwood 1820, a new luxury bed and breakfast in Washington’s historic district. Elmwood has remained as one of the crown jewels of style and sophistication. Now, Elmwood continues to share its beauty with people who were born to wander, find adventure, explore, and seek respite in the most unique and curious of places. Make Washington and Elmwood 1820 your next getaway.