Edenton is on the Albemarle Sound, an hour drive to the Outer Banks. The area is wonderful for history buffs, bicycle touring and kayaking. For a fee of $50.00/day, I will loan out my 1 person kayak, to include life vest, a waterproof case for your phone, delivery & pickup from the water.
Dogs must be leashed when outside. It is a good neighborhood for walking dogs, but please pick up after them! If you smoke, please pick up your butts! If you have an adapter, you may hook up your 30 amp rig to my house. You must supply your own hose if you need to fill up your water tanks (county, not well), you will need approx 30 - 50 ft of hose, depending where you park. An alternative would be to fill up while parked in front of the house, then move the rig when you are done. I have a fire pit inside the fenced area, which is fine to use, but just let me know first, and I will leave my dog inside.
The street and driveway access is concrete/asphalt. The parking area is not totally flat but is easy enough to level your rig. It might be possible to pull through, but there is a dip at the end of the drive so, when I do, the hitch scrapes. As an alternative you can back in on the grass under the trees. I have clipped them high enough so that they should not bother the top of your rig. There is still plenty of room to park your main vehicle or toad.
It is ok to park on the grass along the side of the house along Miles Brown St.
309 Bistro, Waterman's Grill, Edenton Bay Oyster Bar Edenton Coffee House, Trolley tour, Visitor's Center, court house from the late 1700s and electric boat tour of the town harbor. A wonderful Farmer's Market on Saturday ams and Wednesday pms.. Gorgeous architecture from the late 1700s and 1800s