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NC Black Bear Festival 2023

2023 NC Black Bear Festival

event Jun 03 10:00 am - Jun 03 10:00 pm
(GMT-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
111 W Water St, Plymouth, North Carolina 27962-1329, United States
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Hosted by Staircase Event & Sponsorship Management

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Dates
Jun 03 10:00 am - Jun 03 10:00 pm
(GMT-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Location
111 W Water St, Plymouth, North Carolina 27962-1329, United States

The Bear is Flying into Plymouth once again! The award-winning NC Black B-Air Festival is excited to announce that we are in the planning stages for our annual event all day on June 3, 2023. This will be the best Bear Festival YET with everything turned on it's head!!

Tickets

Price: $45
Bear Tour: Friday Afternoon, June 2nd: 6:00 pm (Church Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Friday Afternoon, June 2nd: 6:00 pm (Museum Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Morning, June 3rd: 6:00 am (Church Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Morning, June 3rd: 6:00 am (Museum Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Morning, June 3rd: 10:00 am (Church Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Afternoon, June 3rd: 1:30 pm (Museum Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Evening, June 3rd: 6:00 pm (Church Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Saturday Evening, June 3rd: 6:00 pm (Museum Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
SOLD OUT
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More
Bear Tour: Sunday Morning, June 4th: 5:30 am (Church Bus)
$45.00 / each
+$3.15 FEES
ENDED
Non-refundable
The tour will take you on a journey on the refuge with the greatest potential for seeing the black bears that have come to call Pocosin Lakes their home, with unique opportunities to see an array... + More

Marketplace

Food Vendor Application

28 shops
Retail Vendor Application

77 shops


Event maps

First Baptist Church Plymouth
Bear Tours: Pick up location for Saturday Tours at 10:00 AM, 1:30 PM and 6:00 PM
Plymouth Church of Christ
Bear Tours: Pick-up location for tours on Friday evening at 6:00 PM & Saturday morning at 6:00 AM .

Hosted by Staircase Event & Sponsorship Management

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The National Black Bear Festival is held the first Saturday in June each year to celebrate these magnificent animals and educate people about them.