| | Re: Greenville boat ramps
Port Terminal ramp off 33 East is a good ramp that is just outside Greenville. Head towards Chocawinity on 33 East and turn left at Cliff's Seafood. The Tar is easily navigated from Greenville to Washington and should be quite beautiful this time of the year. The only navigation problem you might have is where the river gets wide just before Washington. The buoys do mark the deep water but are not real obvious. I do not think you want to try to make it from Greenville to Raleigh because I think the Neuse is the river that goes by Raleigh. I don't know too much about the river above Greenville. I have, however, been about 10 miles above Greenville with no problems. You would have a time getting through the dam near Rocky Mount if you made it that far. My wife likes to take a ride down to Little Washington, as the locals call it, every fall to look at the sights. There also is, or was, a ramp downtown at the Town Commons, the park along the river just north of the courthouse. I have not used it in years and assume it is still there.