203 S. Ludington Dr.
Columbia, NC 27925
Ph. (252) 796-0723
Welcome to Tyrrell County
this natural treasure not far from the
bustling outer banks of North Carolina.
Tyrrell County's 390 square miles offer a
diversity of rich habitats that you can explore
in peace and quiet.
The only mainland population
of red wolves in the wild lives here along
with 28 groups of protected red-cockaded
woodpeckers. Flocks of tundra swans, geese
and ducks numbering in the tens of
thousands, many neotropical migratory birds, turkey,
bobcat, black bear, alligators, deer, the
largest Atlantic white cedar trees in North
Carolina, rare plants and more live here.
Walking paths, boardwalks,
paddle trails, land
and water-based camping
sites, bike trails and lookout posts
offer peaceful spots to photograph the great
outdoors or just observe nature's diversity.
You may not seea red wolf, bobcat or
alligator, but they’re there…and just
sharing their home territory is exciting!
Enhance this educational and fun experience
by taking part in a red wolf howling or a
wildlife workshop. Check out our Things to
Do and plan your trip today!