Explore this historic coastal community on the Pasquotank River by boat, boots, and bike.
Along the Pasquotank River, Elizabeth City holds a rich and colorful history within its very building blocks.
Elizabeth City is at the crossroads of history and revitalization. The result: a town where water, hospitality, and hometown pride are deeply revered, while new restaurants, the arts, and tourism are welcomed.
Leave it to the experts at this Elizabeth City oyster bar, where every October the usual crowd returns hungry for meaty mollusks.
Swamps keep their secret wonders hidden well. Under their murky black water, behind impenetrable tangles of vines, and among towering cypress draped in curtains of Spanish moss, adventure lurks.
Andy Montero built his Elizabeth City restaurant on baskets of pastries.
The Tar Heel State helps Bobby Plough find his calling.
When German U-boats began to hound Allied forces, the Navy took to the sky and constructed an air station in Weeksville that built blimps — soft, quiet fighters that helped turn the Battle of the Atlantic and lift the nation to victory.