Black Bear Festival Activities
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Festival Activities are currently being developed. Please check back often for Festival updates.
  Refuge Black Bear Tours
(registration opens April 16 @ 9:00 AM))

Departs across from Police Station
132 E. Water St. Plymouth
Digging for Fossils   Shark Tooth Fossil Dig
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Next to Port O' Plymouth Parking Lot
  Festival Opens
11:00 AM to 5:00
302 East Main St, Festival Park

Helicopter Rides
11:00 AM to 5 PM

There are only two ways to see and appreciate the natural beauty of the expansive Roanoke River Delta - by water or by air. At the NC Black Bear Festival it will be possible to get a "God's Eye View" of this natural wonder. There are over 50 miles of shoreline within 5 miles of Plymouth! This is the lower part of the largest intact hardwood bottomland east of the Mississippi River. For $20 you will experience a breathtaking 3 minute helicopter ride over Historic Downtown Plymouth, the Roanoke River Delta and see where is flows into the Albemarle Sound. Don't miss this amazing opportunity.

“No minimum age.  Maximum of 3 passengers at a time.  Total weight of 3 passengers cannot exceed 600 lbs.  Maximum of 300 lbs. per seat.  Accept cash, credit or debit.”

  Water Slides - Free
Mechanical Bear Ride
NOON - 5:00PM
  Lazy River Tubing
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  Port O' Plymouth Museum
NOON to 5:00 PM
302 E Water St, Plymouth
  Bear-Ology - Black Bear Museum
NOON to 4:00 PM
111A West Water St, Plymouth
  God's Creation Wildlife Museum
NOON to 4:00 PM
111B West Water St, Plymouth
  Roanoke River Lighthouse &
Maritime Museum
NOON to 5:00 PM
West Water St, Plymouth
  Photographing  Bears & Wildlife
Seminar with Neil Jernigan
Learn how to take better wildlife photos
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Bear-Ology Black Bear Museum
111A West Water St. Plymouth
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Feyer Ford Music Stage
Sponsored by
Washington County Travel & Tourism
701 Washington Street, Plymouth, NC 27962
Phone: 252.793.4804 / Fax: 252.793.3261 /