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We also have a Large Pool, Camp Playground, Game Room, Camp Store and Office, Camp Laundry Room, Large Covered Pavilion, State-of-the-art Bathhouses and Kayaks.
Tranter's Creek
Resort & Campground

The Cleanest, Friendliest, Safest and Absolutely the Most Fun!

Enjoy some Peace & Quiet. Have Fun with Family & Friends

We are located off Hwy 264 on Clark's Neck Road and situated right on Tranter's Creek. There is fantastic fishing in the creek, nearby rivers, and Sounds.

Historic Washington
Explored in the late 1500s, it was finally settled in 1690. James Bonner started the town on his own farm in the 1770s. After serving in the Continental Army, Bonner returned home and, in 1776 renamed his town, originally called ''Forks of the Tar,'' for his commanding general, George Washington. The town boasts that it is the ''original Washington.''
North Carolina Estuarium
The Estuarium is an aquarium with unique exhibits about the Pamlico-Tar River System. An estuary is formed where fresh water and salt water mix together, creating a dynamic and vital ecosystem.
Aurora Fossil Museum
The Aurora Fossil Museum, founded in 1976, is a non-profit fossil education resource center. The museum’s mission is to increase knowledge of the geology and paleontology of the coastal plains of North Carolina.
Goose Creek State Park
Giant old oaks, draped in Spanish moss, welcome you to this special world where broad, lazy Goose Creek joins the Pamlico River. A primitive camping area, picnic sites, swim beach, hiking and canoeing trails offer a variety of ways to savor the tranquil surroundings at Goose Creek State Park.
Belhaven Memorial Museum
The Belhaven Memorial Museum is a non-profit organization whose mission is to collect, display and preserve historical and cultural artifacts and objects and to stimulate and encourage interest and support of the history, art, science and culture of the Belhaven area, of Beaufort County, and of eastern North Carolina.
The Blind Center
The Blind Center is a non-profit social center for the blind and visually impaired. You can see these talented people's crafts while in Washington.
NC Ferry System
The N.C. Department of Transportation's Ferry Division extends over seven routes, has 24 ferries and employs over 400 workers. The operations are supported by a full service shipyard, dredge, military-style landing craft utility vehicles (LCU's), tugs, barges, and other support vessels.
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Tranter's Creek Resort & Campground - 6573 Clark's Neck Rd, Washington NC 27889