The historic town of Washington is in the heart of the Inner Banks located at the head of the beautiful Pamlico River. It was the first city to be named for the president of the United States George Washington. Washington has an approximate population of 10,000. In the past several years there has been a growth and revitalization of the historic and waterfront areas.
The area's deep heritage is matched only by its lush natural setting where an abundance of recreational activities. A boardwalk on the Pamlico, timeless shops in the historic waterfront district, and southern heritage on every corner it is the perfect place to enjoy elegant dining, and cultural experiences. Just a short boat ride up the Pamlico River to Bath and the Intracoastal Waterway.