Giant, old oaks draped in Spanish moss welcome you to this special world where broad, lazy Goose Creek joins the Pamlico River. A primitive camping area, picnic sites, swim beach and hiking and paddling trails offer a variety of ways to savor the tranquil surroundings at Goose Creek State Park. Goose Creek is conveniently located between historic Bath and the original Washington.
A primitive family campground is located between Goose and Flatty creeks. Twelve well-spaced tent sites amid towering pines include vehicle parking, tables and fire pits. Toilet facilities and water spigots are available along the campground road. Occupancy is limited to no more than eight people per site.
A primitive group tent site that includes tables, grills and vehicle parking is located near the end of the main park road. Flush toilets and water are located nearby. The site, capable of accommodating up to 30 people, is open by reservation only from mid-March through late November for a fee.
The boat ramp at Dinah's Landing on the west side of Goose Creek is conveniently located near the Pamlico River. Motorboating and sailing are popular activities.
Fish in the creeks or the river; there are plenty of fresh and saltwater fish, especially in warmer weather.
Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the estuarine areas of Goose Creek State Park.
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