The new coastal village of River Dunes is located on the big waters of the ICW at the gateway to Pamlico Sound which stretches 30 nautical miles to Ocracoke Island, the famed Outer Banks of NC, and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. The award-winning master planned community provides a perfect launching point for any type of adventure on the water. The marina offers a fully amenitized state-of-the-art 400 slip world-class resort harbor and harbor club, and an architectural style that draws from the rich heritage of life in a coastal setting, with every convenience for year-round living and boating in place. The marina features floating docks, 500' fuel dock with Hi-Speed Diesel, onshore accommodations, pool, fitness and dining.
There are no fuel prices listed for this marina
When completed, River Dunes will be a sustainable, planned community of small neighborhoods ringed by dense pine and hardwood forests, marsh and water. Designed for minimal environmental impact, 400 of the 1300 acres are permananetly protected by conservation easements. Currently available top flight resort ammenities include guest cottages, tennis courts, a pool and spa with cabanas and snack bar, and the adjacent, gorgeous 6500 square foot Harbor Club House - which serves lunch and dinner on the second floor overlooking Grace Harbor. Dine on the porch, in a formal Colonial dining room, at the bar or in a sunny alcove. Seven fireplaces, a library, billiards room plus screened and open porches. Planned are: the Inn on the Harbor, Adventure Center with Canoe Club & Nature Lodge, full service spa with indoor pool, Performing Arts Pavilion, Harbor Village shops and the Dunes Club on the Neuse.
River Dunes entrance is located approximately one mile inside the mouth of Broad Creek.
7 1/2' can be carried into Broad Creek and River Dunes
From the North: Leave Piney Point Light ("4" FL R 2.5 S 15ft. 4m Rq Ref)
To starboard and head for marker #1 at entrance to Broad Creek
# 1 is located at 35 05 30 N x 76 35 00 W.
From the South: Leave Gum thicket Shoal to Port ( "6" FL R 4 S 15ft 3m Ra Ref)
and head for marker #1 at entrance of Broad Creek.
Continue into Broad Creek to R "4"