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Cypress and poplar trees sway gently in wind, with the clear water of Lake Phelps lapping at their sides. This is one of the most common sites at Pettigrew State Park as you take your canoe, kayak or rowboat to explore the lake's serene territory. Anglers have already heard of the lake's legendary status for providing amazing catches of large-mouth bass. Take a hike or ride a bicycle into the well established trails, as woodland creatures scurry about the tall, towering trees. In a forest of cypress and pink-hued sweetgum trees, campgrounds have been set up to provide the most amazing natural sights as soon as you exit your tent or trailer. Native American relics such as early canoes as well as a grave of a Confederate General are the historic landmarks of this park.
The Somerset Historic Site is a great historic site that features the history of several buildings for the slaves of plantation house, the site also includes two houses, a hospital, and the grounds which include a place which was used to punish slaves. The visitors can take a tour of the site by visiting the plantation house, the diary, kitchen, laundry, smokehouse, and salting house. The visitors center also displays the history of this great site and also a gift shop with several merchandise.
Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is located on the Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula in North Carolina. Established in 1963, the refuge encompasses an area of 110,106 acres (44,558 hectares). Here, visitors can partake in a variety of recreational activities like hunting, hiking, and biking. The Pocosin lakes offer excellent opportunities for fishing, boating, and wildlife viewing. Home to hundreds of species of birds like Tundra swans and snow geese, it is also a treat for birdwatchers and photography enthusiasts.
House of the Governor David Stone, the Historic Hope Plantation takes you back to the early 19th Century era. Here, you get to explore architecture, furnishings and objects that speak volumes about the rural life. Managed by the Historic Hope Foundation, this plantation welcomes visitors and offers tours too.