Hampton Inn Havelock

Address: 105 Tourist Center Drive, Havelock, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 28532, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 105 Tourist Center Drive, Havelock, is near Croatan National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Havelock

    Historic New Bern

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 01, 2015

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... on the walls had something to do with New York. The waitress confirmed this for us. Yes, they’re from the Bronx.

    They had quite a variety on the menu considering it is a pizza place. They also had hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, and plenty of Italian pasta dishes, Stromboli and calzones. I chose the spaghetti and meat balls but the waitress came back moments later and said that they hadn’t cooked the meatballs yet. I opted for a slice ...

    Down By the River Side

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 31, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... square-mile United States military training facility. The base's 14 miles of beaches make it a major area for amphibious assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports (Wilmington and Morehead City) allows for fast deployments. The base has been in operation since 1941.

    To help prepare warfighters for combat and humanitarian missions abroad, Camp Lejeune takes advantage of 156,000 acres, 11 miles of beach capable of ...

    Semper Fi

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 08, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... War but in 1903 the US Army abandoned. NC acquired the land and Fort for a State Park for $1 in 1924. During 1933-34 the CCC made repairs and it opened as NC first state park. However, in 1941 at the outbreak of World War II, the US Army leased the park from the state and manned the fort with troops to protect a number of nearby facilities. It was closed on November, 1944 and on October 1, 1946, the ...

    Day 27-29: North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 08, 2014

    26 photos

    ... ferries if you choose to travel the entire OBX. We drove down highway 158 to get on to OBX's highway 12. About 15 miles before we could even get on to the strip of highway surrounded by the Pamlico Sound on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, we hit grid locked traffic. Everyone who had been evacuated or detoured by Hurricane Arthur the previous two days were heading out there now. It took over an hour to travel 15 miles… We made the best of ...

    Choppy Waters

    A travel blog entry by mariah.ashenden on Sep 22, 2013

    14 photos

    ... had to keep his eyes on the waves at all times. The only other boats our there with us was a catch, that went inland shortly after we saw them & a bunch of shrimp boats, along with the coast guard. I’m sure the shrimp boaters thought we were crazy stupid. We did discover that my dad’s Cape Dory has lived up to what people say about the boat: they are very sea worthy! Our destination that day was Belhaven, but we were lucky enough ...