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Craven County Airport

The only airport in the city, Craven Country Airport is no where near as large as most airports, but it serves it's purpose and does in fact have some international flights coming in and out. It's not fancy or recently updated with the latest technology, but it's well kept, has friendly staff and have never had any problems with their planes or with security. There is a decent sized food court on the first floor and some shops for last minute gifts on the second, but not much else graces the inside except some surprisingly tight security and the normal baggage claim and sections of any basic airport.
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Pine Knoll Shores Beach

There are many beaches on the coast of Havelock, but only one natives of the city would say is the best to go to. Pine Knoll Shores is a long stretch of white covered sand and scattered thin trees in the occasional spot. It is the most well kept beach and has the best waves for surfing and great fishing spots off the piers. There is a small grassy patch that has been set up as a picnic area near the area used for parking, with vendors nearby selling all kinds of food and cold treats. A small harbor rests here as well, with luxury yachts and sail boats waiting on the water until their owners come to use them. Bonfires are frequent here at night, but it is advised no one swim at night for the life guards are off duty once the sun goes down. For anyone who wants to take a break from the sand, just up a small sandy hill is a large span of grass with a great view of the water. On the farthest right side of the beach there are a couple of beach stores, selling overpriced items like swimsuits, surfboards, henna tattoos and other beach accessories and novelties.
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Starbucks

What would a city be without a Starbucks? Located on the corner is one of the many Starbucks in Havelock, but seems to be the most popular for is is centered around many shopping districts and the mall. Like any other Starbucks, it is decently sized with the barrista on the left side as you enter to order your coffee from the menu behind the counter or pick out a treat from the glass selections and many tables and chairs on the right. There is free wi-fi for anyone who wishes to use it as well. During the day it is the normal run of the mill people coming in and out, but at night the place can become very packed as many students come here to hang out.
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Dayglow

If you ask any frequent goer of Dayglow, they will tell you that Dayglow might not be the best club in the city, but it sure as hell is the most fun. Once a old shipping yard, the space is definitely large enough to fit the large hordes of people who come every night to the club. Unique and to it's name, Dayglow is a glow in the dark nightclub. The walls and windows have been blacked out with black paint and then splattered with glow in the dark paint on top, but not just the walls, but the ceilings, the floors, tables, chairs, bar, lounge areas...every inch of the club is covered in glowing paint, even the bathroom, with blacklights lighting it all up above you. There are even huge metal cans filled with paint, for anyone who wants to cover there clothes in the stuff. The DJ sits on a metal platform across from the bar, while the bar itself runs down one whole side of the club and drinks are served in cups that twinkle lights on the bottoms. The music is loud and the people are crazy, and it always serves for great fun.
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Maritime Museum

One of flashiest advertised places and never actually truly busy is the only museum in the town of Havelock. Maritime is a small but well put together museum of science, which is mostly filled with kids on school field trips and the occasional college student with a love for science. There are quite a few exhibits on display that range from space, to nature, to anthropology and more. All are small but are packed with information and fun activities to interact with. The newest exhibit was built a year ago and added on to the back of the building, where the displays change seasonally. Dinosaur, futuristic science, Egyptian or Roman and other random, educational displays change from time to time and require a extra special fee besides the fee to enter the museum. There is a food court inside as well that serves decent but rather greasy food, and a botanical garden outside attached to the museum with many exotic flowers, foliage and trees.
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Forever On Cemetary

Just on the outskirts of town, is a large span of deep green grass filled with loved ones passed on. Forever On is secured by a wide, cast iron gate and a visitors center up a little road for the family of the deceased to make arrangements. Behind it are the perfect rows of graves, mausoleums and marble angels that name all of those that have left our world and there is a cobblestone path that easily takes you to each section of the groomed grounds. The front part of the cemetery is all new graves and perfectly well attended, but the further back you go the more unkept the grounds are until you reach the old, crumbling graves that have been there for ages. Here foliage and trees grow wild, for the families of these people have long since passed themselves and no one comes to lay flowers on there faded graves anymore.
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Rivertowne Square

If you're looking for a specific store for your needs, then this is the first place you'll want to hit first when it comes to everyday shopping and necessities. Rivertowne Square branches on both the left and right side of the street, so if you couldn't find one store on one side, it's just a quick drive across the street and you'll be sure to find the store on the opposite end. Stores like Super Target, Petsmart, Ross, Kohls, Home Depot, Safeway, Bed Bath and Beyond, Lesley's Pool Supplies, Radio Shack, some restaurants like Applebee's and so much more can be found here.
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Havelock

Havelock is neither a big city or a small town, but somewhere perfectly in the middle. If you want quiet suburbs, it's right there at your fingertips with all the stores and places you need to be comfortable. But if you want the city glamor and nightlife it's only a short drive away. It's the best balance for a college town. Broad Creek Park is located almost in the center of Havelock with Rivertowne Square to the North, the airport to the West, the Maritime Museum to the East and the Hawkin's Movie theater to the South. Various other restaurants, bars and shops are tucked here and there on every side with the residential areas sprawling beyond that. Here you can put any threads that don't fit into the other boards.
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4 Corners Diner

On the corner near some dark alley is a tiny, run down looking little diner with nothing fancy or to show that it's a running restaurant other then the lights on the fading white banner of words that reads "4 Corners Diner". The diner has been there for years, no one knows how long, but there are pictures of the owners inside in old black and white photos and the current owner would just tell you that 4 Corners has "been around". It's shabby and sad looking, with chipping plastic tables, tears in the plastic cushioned seat covers and cracks all over the floor and on the walls and even a jute box in the back that works on and off. The motif is stuck in the twenties, and not on purpose, and all the waiters don't even wear matching uniforms. But it's clean and for the people that know about its existence they'll tell you it's the best damned food in the city. It's open 24/7 and has gotten quite a name for the new University students. It's never very crowded, but from time to time at night there will be a decent crowd of people.
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Hawkins Movie Theater

Hawkins is the most recent theater in Havelock and opened its doors five years ago. It has thirty theaters, the largest in the city, and is decently well kept on the inside, but not many seem to care about its not so perfect cleaning job when all they want are the movies and food. The carpet and overall decorations are purple and red swirls of old fashioned movie film, and there are black and white portraits of famous stars hung up on the walls as you enter. The ticket booth is inside right at the front, with the large snack bar just behind it in the lobby. Hawkins sells more then just popcorn, soda and candy; you can get a variety of food and drinks like pretzels, smoothies, mozzarella sticks, french fries, sandwiches and more. To the left and right you can show your ticket and walk down to your theater, and down the end of both halls are smaller concessions stands for refills or last minute candy runs. The theaters vary from smaller theaters to large ones for blockbuster releases, the four largest are IMAX, and are all stadium seating with rocking chairs and enough leg room to be comfortable. On Sunday nights they show old movies, sometimes black and white and others that have been out for years, in the smaller theaters for cheaper ticket prices.
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Pop A Top

Pop a Top is a rather unassuming building and does not advertise it's status as Havelock's only Gay Bar with too many bright colors or anything of that sort. The building itself is brick with two levels of windows above the ground floor. During the day it looks just like any other bar, except for the small rainbow flag that hangs above the door. At night, however, the building is lit with six lights in the colors of the rainbow. The bar itself is made of a series of layered lights starting with red at the top and finishing with purple at the bottom. The rest of the inside, like the outside, isn't overly 'gay' either and could almost pass for any other bar or club in the country. There's an open dance floor and tables situated along the walls with a stage across from the bar where karaoke, live bands and other such entertainment can set up. They also have various events and specials on certain nights like strippers, drag shows and the like. The second floor is a more quiet and 'private' area where people who don't like the loud music and crowds of the main floor can drink and mingle in relative peace and quiet. There is no smoking allowed in Pop a Top and anyone found harassing the patrons in or around the bar can expect security (and sometimes other patrons or the bartenders) to put an end to it promptly.
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Abandoned Warehouse

Standing alone behind a chain link fence in could what be considered the "bad" part of the town, this warehouse was once in use for manufacturing different goods, but went out of business about ten years ago and has stood empty since. It is a tall gray building that is starting to look dilapidated from weather and its lack of being taken care of. For some time after it closed no one bothered with it, but one day some kids broke in and threw a rave inside and now it gets quite a few visitors. The chain link gate is held by a lock and chain, but if pushed apart it is easy to slip between and get onto the property. The windows are closed shut by wood panels, but the entrance doors are unlocked and open easily when pushed. Inside is dark, moldy and covered in a thick layer of dust and if you look on the floor with a flashlight, you will see the leftover prints of rats, raccoons and the occasional person who came to the building before you...and who may still even be in there. There are three stories to the building, with some of the old machinery, desks, trash and other things left behind when the warehouse closed. There is no fear of getting caught by the cops for trespassing, because no one cares about this building anymore.
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Onslow Memorial Hospital

Onslow Hospital was just recently torn down five years ago and the smaller more old fashioned hospital was replaced with a new, beautiful steel white building with all the new technology they need to help with any emergency. It isn't very large, but it is big enough to fit the needs of any massive emergency that were to ever happen in the town of Havelock and as of yet, none has. The hospital in reality doesn't get many cases, for Havelock is not known for too much crime. An occasional shooting or hit and run accident, but only about one brutal murder a year passes into the sanitized halls of Onslow. The inside is all white except the occasional touch of cheery flowers and inspirational posters on the walls, while the children's ward is plastered with toys, wacky colored walls and TVs playing Disney movies.
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Sharky's Tavern

Located just a few minute's walk from the hubbub of the beach, is the oldest damned bar to exist in Havelock. It is a very well kept place for a little local bar near the beach, but the wear and tear of many years is clearly evident on it. The sign above the entrance is a big, animated shark wearing sunglasses with the words "Sharky's Tavern" below it in blue lettering. The building is a mixture of the old wood foundation and new cement, and the inside is pretty roomy and cozy with a small fireplace in the middle. The chairs and tables are cleverly made of old surfboards and driftwood, and there are plenty of windows with blue shades over them to keep the sun out when its overbearing. The bar wraps around half of the room in a shape of a U with blue lights that shine on the bottom at night, and is very well equipped with the best stock of drinks in town, they even carry many exotic drinks and imported alcohol. During the day the bar is mostly filled with kids and teenagers hanging out from the beach, but at night the real patrons fill the room and during the weekends live bands come to play, squished in the corner.
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Streets and Alleyways

Havelock is infamous for its dark back alleyways and mashed together modern and old streets. Anywhere you need to go there is some shortcut to it, but most don't feel comfortable taking the winding labyrinth of alleyways, especially not at night when there's no light. The streets at times can be confusing, the red lights are always so long and there seems to be construction on the roads that never seems to go anywhere. But to get to point A to point B, it works, just not always quickly or smoothly. Just be careful if you choose the alleyways or dim sidewalks to get around at night...you might not like what you may stumble upon, or what may stumble upon you.
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Broad Creek Park

Broad Creek Park is a large area of trees and greenery located in the center of Havelock with everything else surrounding it. It has everything a nice park needs, a large open field for picnicking, Frisbee, football and just about anything else you can think of. A portion of this field is dedicated to covered areas with picnic tables and grills where large groups can gather for parties and such. Opposite the picnic pavilions is a large amphitheater where outdoor concerts and other events are held. There are also plenty of trees with nature trails for hiking or biking and trails dedicated to horseback riding as well. There is also a kid's playground with various equipment and toys for kids of all ages. It is a fenced area with plenty of shaded benches and picnic tables where parents can sit and watch their children. Near the playground is the public pool where anyone can come and swim for a small fee. The pool is open all night but between 10 p.m. and 10 a.m. is adult only swimming. A large, beautiful fountain is located in the center of the park with the butterfly garden surrounding it. The park also hosts outdoor movies (showing everything from very old silent films to the hottest new releases) every weekend as long as the weather is nice.
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Twin Rivers Mall

Twin Rivers is the only indoor mall in Havelock, so it's a good thing it's so large and very well equipped with the best stores anyone could ask for when it comes to shopping. It is two stories and lined with any store imaginable. Hot Topic, Dillards, Victoria's Secret, Body Works, The Disney Store, Forever 21, Couch, Gap, Hollister, American Eagle, See's Candy, Macy's, JC Penny, Sport's Authority, Claire's, a petshop, an indoor glow in the dark mini golf and anything else you can think of. There is a big food court on the second floor and a Chevy's and Red Robin restaurant, along with a small AMC 10 movie theater downstairs. Mon-Thurs the mall is open till nine, but Fri-Sun it is opened till ten and holidays like Christmas eve it's opened till midnight.
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