Bull's Bay - Eastern 4-H Center (N65B)

Columbia, North Carolina
Managed by The Swim Guide

The Eastern 4-H Environmental Education Conference Center overlooks Bull Bay on Albermarle Sound. The facilities are available to the public to rent year round with programs focused on team building and environmental education. The 250 acre site has extensive boardwalks, a 100 foot pier, nature trails, sports facility, climbing wall and challenge course, water tower and barns. Visitors are encouraged to explore the river and creeks on canoes and walk through the woodlands, meadows, and pocosin forests.

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . The Swim Guide updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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CURRENT WEATHER
1°C
Fog
MONITORING FREQUENCY

Bull's Bay - Eastern 4-H Center (N65B) is sampled bi-weekly from April 1st to October 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

The N.C. Recreational Water Quality Program's staff monitor over 200 locations in North Carolina. Monitoring locations are divided into three "tiers". The more popular a beach is, the more strict the water quality standard will be. This monitoring location is in the Tier 3 category. Tier 3 locations are used primarily for fishing and boating.

Visitors are unlikely to have full body contact unless there is a special event, such as a triathlon. Samples are collected bi-weekly from April - October and monthly from November - March.

Tier 3 locations will be listed as "Green" when there is less than 500 enterococci per 100mL of water in two consecutive single samples. When water quality results fail to meet this standard, Swim Guide will show these beaches as "Red". Weekly sampling continues until enterococci counts are below 500 / 100 ml of water.

Recreational fishing permits are required for people over the age of 16 in North Carolina.

Swim Guide checks water quality results daily April - October.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Bull's Bay - Eastern 4-H Center (N65B)

Columbia, North Carolina
Managed by The Swim Guide

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . The Swim Guide updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   
CURRENT WEATHER
1°C
Fog

The Eastern 4-H Environmental Education Conference Center overlooks Bull Bay on Albermarle Sound. The facilities are available to the public to rent year round with programs focused on team building and environmental education. The 250 acre site has extensive boardwalks, a 100 foot pier, nature trails, sports facility, climbing wall and challenge course, water tower and barns. Visitors are encouraged to explore the river and creeks on canoes and walk through the woodlands, meadows, and pocosin forests.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Bull's Bay - Eastern 4-H Center (N65B) is sampled bi-weekly from April 1st to October 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

The N.C. Recreational Water Quality Program's staff monitor over 200 locations in North Carolina. Monitoring locations are divided into three "tiers". The more popular a beach is, the more strict the water quality standard will be. This monitoring location is in the Tier 3 category. Tier 3 locations are used primarily for fishing and boating.

Visitors are unlikely to have full body contact unless there is a special event, such as a triathlon. Samples are collected bi-weekly from April - October and monthly from November - March.

Tier 3 locations will be listed as "Green" when there is less than 500 enterococci per 100mL of water in two consecutive single samples. When water quality results fail to meet this standard, Swim Guide will show these beaches as "Red". Weekly sampling continues until enterococci counts are below 500 / 100 ml of water.

Recreational fishing permits are required for people over the age of 16 in North Carolina.

Swim Guide checks water quality results daily April - October.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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