Elizabeth City

Elizabeth City is located in Pasquotank County in Northeastern North Carolina. It has a population of 17,056 residents and covers over 11 square kilometers of land.

Elizabeth City is the economic and commercial hub of the northeastern North Carolina mainland. Although it was founded in 1793, it did not take on economic importance until the Dismal Swamp Canal was completed in 1805. The Canal linked the sounds and rivers of northeastern North Carolina with the port of Norfolk, allowing area planters and lumber companies a safe and quick method of transporting their goods to market.

Elizabeth City is an hours drive from Virginia Beach, and is almost three hours away from Raleigh, the State Capital of North Carolina.