top of page
Life in Arrowhead Beach

Community Amenities/Events

Arrowhead Beach, nestled in the serene countryside of Edenton, N.C., is renowned for its tranquil ambiance and picturesque landscapes.   The locality is cherished for its close-knit community and rich diversity of birds, rendering it a sanctuary for those enamored with nature.

Community Amenities

We're proud to offer a host of community amenities for our residents to enjoy. Our Arrowhead Clubhouse is a popular choice for private events, and our fishing and boating areas are the perfect destination for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. We also have a children's playground and a beautiful waterfront beach that's ideal for relaxing and sunbathing. With so much to see and do, we invite you to visit us and experience all that we have to offer.

Clubhouse Rental

If you need a place to have a weekend family reunion, a birthday party, wedding, etc. please consider our Clubhouse as your venue on the Beautiful Chowan River.


The Arrowhead Clubhouse has ample folding chairs, folding tables, a full kitchen with equipment including an ice machine, pier, park with playground equipment, and a sandy beach for swimming in the Chowan River.

  • APOA Members -  $100 per day.

  • Non APOA Members - $150.00 per day.

  • All rentals require a $150.00 refundable security deposit to cover the cost of cleaning or damage if not left in rental ready condition. 

NOTE:  If interested in renting facility, please call the Arrowhead Beach office to confirm the availability of the dates for your requested reservations, etc.  The phone number is (252) 221-8331.


The office is staffed by volunteers. Please leave a message, and your call will be returned as soon as possible.  If you have any recommendations for improving the clubhouse or the equipment, please submit your recommendations to the Board Directors.




1. MEMBERS reserving the clubhouse for private use must be in good standing and up-to-date, with all member's assessments.

2. MEMBERS & NON MEMBERS reserving the clubhouse for a private party shall be present while the clubhouse is in use.

3 MEMBER  & NON MEMBERS reserving the club house for a private function shall sign the "Clubhouse Leasing Agreement."

4. MEMBER & NON MEMBERS:  To uphold an environmentally conscious community, confetti is prohibited on outdoor grounds.


1. SEATING CAPACITY, the maximum number of people are one hundred -fifty people (150).

2. NO hooks, nails, screws, staples, tacks, thumb tacks, etc., are allow - in hanging items from the woodwork, walls and ceiling.

3. NO items shall be hung from the air/heat vents.

4. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES are permitted, when minors (individuals under 21 years) are in attendance.

5. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES are permitted in the park area.

6. NO ANIMALS (PETS) PERMITTED in the clubhouse or the park, except seeing eye dogs in the company of its owner.


1. ALL KITCHEN EQUIPMENT shall be cleaned and turned off; including the drip pans for the grill and stove.

2. TURN OFF the hot water.

3. SET both thermostats to 76 in summer and 65 in winter.

4. CLOSE AND LOCK all windows.

5. REMOVE all trash and garbage.

6. LEAVE the clubhouse clean.

7. TURN OFF all lights except the EXIT lights.

8. CLOSE AND LOCK all doors

9. CLOSE AND LOCK the gate as you leave.


1. The cost of any repairs for damage to the clubhouse and equipment; other than normal wear, shall be billed to the member reserving the clubhouse.

2. In the event you have a problem with the building or the equipment, please advise the office representative.


Some of the finest freshwater fishing in the state can be found in the Chowan River. Before European settlement, the Chowan River was home to Algonkian Indians, who lived for centuries on the riverbanks—the Weapemeoc on the west shore, and the Chowanoke on the east. They, too, fished the bountiful waters and farmed the fertile soils.

The waters of the basin are still known for some of the best fishing in the state. Largemouth bass, bluegill, chain pickerel, black crappie, sunfish, perch, and herring are the most sought-after species. The Chowan River is often called the capital of the “river herring” fishery. ~

bottom of page