Plymouth on the Roanoke
The Plymouth you can't see from US 64
Traveling to and from the Outer Banks on US 64, motorists don't realize what they are passing by. Founded in 1787 Plymouth is a small, quaint waterfront community full of history and much more. It is also the gateway to the Roanoke River Delta and the Albemarle Sound. Set the pace—take a chance—explore the opportunities you will find seven blocks off US 64.
  • Four Museums on Water Street along the river
  • Cafés and retail shops
  • Public piers, two boat ramps, gazebo and picnic tables—all located along a half mile of waterfront
  • Plymouth Marina with 9 transient boat slips, pump-out, electricity, water, showers, washing machine and dryer.