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About us, Swan Quarter - NC

The charming coastal village of Swan Quarter is located right on Swan Quarter Bay, an inlet off the Pamlico Sound and minutes from famous one-of-a-kind National Wildlife Refugees, such as Mattamuskeet and others. Among the many quaint, small, beautiful communities along North Carolina's Inner Banks coast, Swan Quarter (or Swanquarter) is said to be the quietest and maybe the friendliest. Take a moment to stroll along the village's well taken care of lanes, fields and farms, walk down to Swan Quarter harbor and you will discover that Swan Quarter is a real-old fashioned, maritime fishing village with shrimp and fishing boats, huge piles of oyster shells, and the ever inspiring smell of the ocean.

Fishing, oystering, crabbing and farming have long been the main occupations of the friendly people of Swan Quarter. Fishing is supplemented by farming the rich land around the town. Today the village sees many more visitors than in times past. Tourists pass through on their way to and from the Ocracoke-Swan Quarter ferry, located close by. Swan Quarter is a village where life is still the way it used to be, real, simple and at a slower pace.

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Swan Quarter is a charming, little farming and fishing village and the home of the Church that was moved by the Hand of God!
Read the book about Swan Quarters
"Church moved by the Hands of God"
  by Jamie Mills and Daniel Nixon



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Welcome to our Beautiful Village of Swan Quarter on the Inner Banks Coast of Hyde County, North Carolina.

Design and Development by Juan Ignacio Torrent