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False Cape State Park’s Terra Gator

Ride the beach transporter, the Terra Gator, to False Cape State Park through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Cost $8 per person $100 for school fieldtrips $160 group rate Minimum 10 riders; maximum 36 Cancellation policy: Guests are encouraged to transfer reservations – at no cost – to another date because the cancellation fee per reservation is $10. Transfers must, however, be done by the Wednesday prior…

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2018-2019 Back Bay Winter Tram Tours

Join staff from Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and False Cape State Park for a scenic ride while observing wintering waterfowl and other native wildlife while learning about the history of the area. Tours travel through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, into False Cape State Park and include a one mile hike (round-trip) to the Wash Woods cemetery site. Details and Dates Advanced registration required! Reservations…

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Long-Time Local Icon Marshall Belanga Has Passed Away

Marshall E. Belanga, Sr. March 31, 1937 – March 12, 2017 Marshall E. Belanga, Sr. 79, passed away Sunday March 12, 2017. Born in Princess Anne County to the late Luther and Melissa Ballance Belanga, he was preceded in death by his beloved brothers, Luther, Jesse,and Marvin “Peanut” Belanga and half-sister Pearl Yocum. A commercial fisherman by trade, he was the happiest spending time in…

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The Little Red Mailbox of Hope

On Sunday, March 5 at 3:00 PM The Daniel’s Grace Charitable Foundation sponsored a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first of its kind in Virginia, The Little Red Mailbox of Hope in Sandbridge near the pier at Little Island State Park. The mailbox came about in 2014 in Kill Devil Hills offering the community a vessel to spread hope, love and expression through the special journal found within. Founder Sue…

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