Come to Scotland Neck and you will find that not far from the crepe myrtles on Main Street is a land of unspoiled beauty. The quiet, scenic Roanoke River winds its way just eight miles north of town, luring those who enjoy fishing, hunting, boating and the great outdoors. Carefully tended farmland and hunting preserves flourish with white-tail deer, wild turkeys and enough wild game to satisfy even the most avid hunter. There are several guided hunting serivces in the area that can help to make your visit to Scotland Neck a memorable experience.
The art of wildlife preservation is practiced in Sylvan Heights Waterfowl, a seven-acre facility that houses more than half of the world's known species of ducks, geese and swans, along with rare species of parrots, cranes and other birds. Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Center houses the worlds largest wild waterfowl breeding collection.
Acres of rolling hills and plentiful water create the perfect setting for golf at Scotfield Club, which also offer tennis and swimming. Lake Gaston, a regional center for water sports, is just 45 minutes away and North Carolina's renowned beaches are an easy three-hour drive. For more metropolitan entertainment and shopping, North Carolina's capital city Raleigh and the Virginia capital, Richmond, are just a 90 minute car ride away.
Check out these website to gather more information about paddling advendtures or hunting /fishing guide services in the area: