Flanners Beach Campground

New Bern, North Carolina

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Overview

Located in the Neuse River Recreation Area in eastern North Carolina, Flanners Beach Campground is situated on a bluff overlooking the scenic Neuse River and within a half-hour drive from the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.

Recreation

The area includes a three mile non-motorized trail. Water activities abound and include canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Hunting is also popular in the area.

Facilities

The campground has 41 sites; 22 of the sites offer electrical hookups. Amenities include a bathhouse with private hot showers and an adjacent day-use picnic area with access to the Neuse River beach.

Natural Features

The Neuse River is a coastal waterway where saltwater meets fresh, and is approximately two miles wide where the waters meet. The river empties into the Bogue Sound just a few miles down-stream.

Nearby Attractions

Special places in the area include the Beaches of the Crystal Coast of North Carolina, Tryon Place (the original governor's mansion of the thirteen colonies), and Fort Macon (an original pre-Civil War Fort).

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