- Our list of the best things to do in Havelock, North Carolina, features the top 102 nearby activities — including 44 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Havelock, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Tours, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 5 things to do within the city of Havelock, NC , followed by 97 popular activities in nearby cities, including New Bern, Beaufort, Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, Swansboro and Emerald Isle
Located on a barrier island, Fort Macon offers access to water on three sides to the Atlantic Ocean, Beaufort Inlet and Bogue Sound. Starting in 1826, the fort's 26 vaulted rooms that allowed protection from attackers, as well as serving as a federal prison during the Spanish-American War.
95% 22 votes
8201 Emerald Drive, Suite 7A, Emerald Isle, NC MoreLess Info
For those who want to get out on the water, Emerald Isle Adventures provides ample opportunities to enjoy fishing and boating on Emerald Isle. In addition to boat rentals, families can also take portraits on the beach.
The Bogue Inlet Fishing Pier offers pier based fishing for all ages and relaxing views for visitors. A rental package for those without fishing equipment and free parking is available; no salt-water license needed. Daily, 3-day, and season passes are available.
Featuring a friendly staff and an ice cream shop, Emerald Forest Golf is a mini golf course for individuals of all ages. In addition to being well maintained, it features challenges that even experienced mini golfers will enjoy.
Located on the southern Outer Banks, the newly renovated Emerald Plantation Cinemas screens first-run films in a setting with a home-town atmosphere. The theater boasts Dolby 5.1 sound, digital screenings and upgraded seating for comfort.
94% 72 votes
101 Pivers Island Road (admin office), Beaufort, NC 28516 MoreLess Info
Famous for its wild horses, the Rachel Carson Reserve is an island reserve located off of the coast of Beaufort, North Carolina. Ferry access is available for those who do not have private aquatic transportation.