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EXPLORE TYRRELL COUNTY
Tyrrell County, North Carolina is nature’s buffer zone, sprawled between the urban mainland and the popular stretch of North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
Tyrrell County is a diverse economic and ecological destination located between the northeast North Carolina urban mainland and the Outer Banks. Founded in 1729 and named for one of the Lord Proprietors, Tyrrell County hosts a special and abundant environment where red wolves howl and black bear and bobcats roam. Bald eagles and peregrine falcon soar over alligator and rose- crested orchids and pitcher plants. Commerce is also at home in Tyrrell County where world class agri-business and fishing help feed the world and provides seeds for others to chart their economic harvests. The county hosts a wealth of water and land-based ecotourism venues and is embraced by the Scuppernong and Alligator Rivers and the Albemarle Sound. The county is poised for residential, recreational and commercial growth and is aggressively finalizing the infrastructure necessary for multi-faceted development enhancing an already unparalleled quality of life
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Town of Columbia
The small town of Columbia, located approximately 45 miles west of the Outer Banks, is a rising star along the central North Carolina coastline. An anchor of the informally named “Inner Banks” region, this small community of less than 1,000 residents is slowly becoming a destination all its own, even landing a feature article in North Carolina’s renowned Our State Magazine. The sudden growing interest is due to a number of features, not the least of which are breathtaking scenery, incredible wildlife, and a host of attractions, both old and new, that are ripe for exploring.