Rodanthe Harbor

Myrna Peters Rd
NC 27968

Rodanthe Harbor

Waterfront/Riverside Park


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The Rodanthe Harbor, sometimes called “The Creek,” was dug in 1936-37 by the U.S. Coast Guard to supply the Chicamacomico Station. The Harbor remains a working waterfront. On the harbor is one of the last-remaining small commercial fish houses on North Carolina’s coast. Additionally, on Dare County-owned land, is (1) a volunteer- maintained recycling center serving residents and visitors year round, seven days a week; (2) emergency helicopter landing pad; (3) a dredge spoil area; and (4) an emergency ferry dock.

The Harbor served as a site for a WPA camp.



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