Welcome to the website for the Williamsburg Plantation Homeowners' Association. We are a master planned community located in Jacksonville, North Carolina – part of Eastern North Carolina’s beautiful Crystal Coast. We are a growing community, currently consisting of over 600 single-family homes within seven “Park” neighborhoods.
Residents of Williamsburg Plantation have access to our community’s 6-acre park, which includes a children’s playground with swings and slides, as well as a large covered pavilion with picnic tables, and a snack bar building. More than 10 miles of walking paths wind their way throughout the seven community neighborhoods of Regency Park, Hyde Park, Richmond Park, Huntington Park, Kensington Park, Emerson Park and St. James Park.
If you’re a Williamsburg Plantation homeowner, you’ll find a wealth of resources here, including governing documents, board meeting minutes, community newsletters and other community information.
If you’re looking to move to the Jacksonville area, we hope you will consider our community as your new home!
Here is a list of some amenities and attractions near our community:
Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center 0.2 miles to the east - Food Lion grocery store, Johnson Pharmacy.
Wilco-Hess gasoline service station, Wendy's.
Northpoint Crossing Shopping Center - Lowes Food, McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts (coming soon), Hungry Howie's Flavored Crust Pizza (coming soon), and Great Clips (coming soon).
Western Boulevard - The main throughway in Jacksonville with a variety of restaurants Longhorn Steakhouse, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cheddars, Carolina Ale House, Olive Garden, Cracker Barrel, Logan's Roadhouse and shopping opportunities Target, Kohl's, Michaels Arts & Crafts, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lowes Home Improvement, Sam's Club, Dick's Sporting Goods, Best Buy, Wal-Mart
Parkwood Elementary School 2900 Northwoods Drive 1.5 miles to the south
Northwoods Park Middle School #904 Sioux Drive 2.5 miles to the south
Jacksonville High School 1021 Henderson Drive 1.5 miles to the south
Hyde park homeowners
In Fall 2014, the Board of Directors hand delivered a proposed change to the covenants for Hyde Park to more closely resemble the covenants for the other Parks in Williamsburg Plantation to allow boats in driveways. For this change to be effective, 80% of Hyde Park residents had to agree to the change. A total of 18 homeowners submitted their respective vote, therefore the covenants remain as they are.