Sneads Ferry, NC
Starting as a rural fishing village called Ennet's Ferry, Sneads Ferry, NC took its name after Robert Snead, the proprietor of one of the two ferry's that operated on the banks of the New River. In its early day's Sneads Ferry was a key element on the Post Road that linked Suffolk, VA to the north and Charleston, SC to the south. This colorful history helps Sneads Ferry to deliver a small town charm, while still being close enough to the bases of Camp Lejeune to make your commute hassle-free. So hassle-free in fact that the area has seen an 80% growth in population since 2000 thanks in large part to its proximity to area bases.
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