Camden County is a rural community in northeastern North Carolina. Camden County’s sounds, wetlands, rivers, and streams boast largemouth bass, spot, croaker, and trout — as well as flocks of geese and ducks that frequent the marshes. Hunting, fishing and boating are the pastimes of Camden residents and visitors. Camden is a peninsula, surrounded by the Pasquotank River on the west, the Albemarle Sound to the south, and the North River to the east. Camden is also situated on the North Carolina Intracoastal Waterway and is an established port and haven for marinas. More information about Camden can be found at the Monthly Schedule of Events, Camden County, ICW-NET General information on Camden and surrounding areas and the Dismal Swamp Canal Visitors Center.