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Rich in History

Vandemere was incorporated in 1895 with the intent to serve as the county seat for Pamlico County. Due to it's "high land values" at the time, acceptable land could not be acquired for a courthouse and the county seat eventually rested in Bayboro.

What's in the Name

Vandemere, meaning "Village By The Sea," in reality is a "Village By The River," the Bay River. The Bay River (approximately 25 miles long) is centrally located in eastern North Carolina between the Pamlico and Neuse rivers. Vandemere is located approximately 3 miles from the mouth of the Bay River and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.

Diamond Ice Co

Diamond Ice Co

Game changer for the Seafood Industry

Communication

Communication

The Pamlico Herald

Boat Access

Boat Access

Vandemere's premiere waterfront park...

Train Depot

Train Depot

The Track to Economic Growth

Agriculture

Agriculture

The Early American Way of Life

Pamlico Packing Co

Pamlico Packing Co

The Finest in Carolina Seafood