A place richly steeped in history combined with beautiful waterfront attractions is what you'll find in Edenton, on North Carolina's inner banks. With Edenton timeshares, you are free to come back at your favorite time of the year to experience slower paced, idyllic life in North Carolina.
Historic places like the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse and 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse let you experience life as it was in earlier times. Visit Iredell House Homesite, hear fascinating stories of the Maritime Underground Railroad and tour the beautiful gardens at Cupola House.
Families love Bennett Mill Pond to spend an afternoon fishing, boating and paddling. The Edenton Fish Hatchery is ideal for families to visit its fish rearing ponds and a small aquarium. Walk along the wildlife observation boardwalk that leads out to Pembroke Creek for a fun afternoon.
Colonial Park is a great place for picnics, paddling, or to just enjoy a memorable day on the waterfront. The small private waterfront is perfect for strolling, with benches to soak in the scenic beauty. A playground lets kids expend plenty of energy.
Couples and Adults Love Edenton
Lovers of arts will enjoy Edenton's Rocky Hock Playhouse for live shows. Have a romantic dinner followed by a movie at Taylor Theater. Arts lovers will want to visit Chowan Arts Council to browse the art gallery or even to take a class.
Delightful restaurants offer some of the freshest seafood around. Afterwards, take a romantic stroll at the waterfront near Colonial Park. Golf aficionados will enjoy an afternoon of putting at the Links at Mulberry Hill. Whatever your muse, an Edenton timeshare lets you enjoy it at your leisure.
Perfect Times to Visit
Edenton, North Carolina was named the South's Prettiest Small Town for good reasons. Best times to visit are in spring and summer. Fall offers an eclectic beauty and charm as well. Winter is a pretty time of year where it can snow three to five times a season, and the town is less crowded. Edenton timeshares let you discover that each season has its own charm.