There are both a Ladies' and a Men's Golf Association, both of which would welcome new and challenging golfers.The course is always buzzing with activity; several tournaments are played every month.Quaker Neck Country Club, which is privately owned, is open to the public year round.It is available for small banquets, receptions and meetings. The course is in a very picturesque setting bounded by woodland, which is home to deer, wild turkeys and other wildlife.The club in addition to driving and chipping ranges also has a large swimming pool, tennis courts, a boat launch area, a large dining facility, and a lounge area both indoors and outdoors on the delightful veranda.Quaker Neck invites visitors traveling either by car or boat to take a break and relax in fine style.A cruise up to Pollocksville is like venturing into another world where you are likely to see deer, beavers, herons, egrets, rabbits, turtles , wild turkeys and many other species of birds.. The Neuse River site provides 42 sites, eight with electricity.Cedar Point provides forty (40) sites with the availability of flush toilets, hot showers, and public phones. A lake for swimming is provided but water skiing and power boating are not allowed. Flush toilets, hot showers and public telephones are included.
For the most part both banks of the river are heavily wooded with some marsh areas providing a sanctuary for all types of birds and wildlife.Quaker Neck Country Club is also the ideal place to have that wonderful holiday party or special event such as a wedding reception or family reunion.They will be happy to cater a meal or a banquet, or you may use your own caterer. - The Foscue Plantation House built in 1803-04 is open for tours.During the War Between the States, it served as a hospital for the Northern troops, and it was the only house left standing along what is now Highway 17.This home is available for viewing on Thursdays from a.m. Contact Rozelle Wicks (910) 743-5531 or Karen Adams (252) 637-7232.