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Bald Head Island Conservancy and Nature Tours

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Bald Head Island Conservancy is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1983. The Conservancy's mission is barrier island conservation, preservation and education. It is located in a unique area within the Smith Island Complex which includes Ba... Read full article

Oak Island Parks and Recreation Areas

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Tennis & Pickleball Courts, 52 public beach walkways several with handicap access, Oak Island Cabana, skate park, crab docks, restroom facilities, baseball, softball, soccer and football fields, playgrounds, scenic walkways, shady picnic areas and sh... Read full article

Sightseeing

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Sightseeing – From land, sea or air there are some sights to see and history to learn about in the Southport-Oak Island area. Air: You think you know what the area looks like but take a scenic air tour and you will be amazed. airplane, helicopter, ... Read full article

Boating and Sailing

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Boating & Sailing –Options and water abound! Small motor boats, kayaks and canoes are the way to go on The Big Lake and other freshwater lakes in Boiling Spring Lakes. The warm waters of the Gulf Stream are approximately 50 miles off our coast... Read full article

Bird Watching

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Bird Watching – If you enjoy watching our feathered friends then the Southport-Oak Island area will give you plenty of opportunity to add to your life list. The Boiling Spring Lakes Preserve is a must walk on your birding expedition. The trail head ... Read full article

N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport

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Southport, North Carolina stands at one of the world's crossroads, where the mighty Cape Fear River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Her past is tied to both the river and the sea. It is a story of exploration, piracy and commerce; of pilotage, salvage and ... Read full article

Fort Fisher State Historic Site

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Until the last few months of the Civil War, Fort Fisher kept North Carolina's port of Wilmington open to blockade-runners supplying necessary goods to Confederate armies inland. By 1865, the supply line through Wilmington was the last remaining suppl... Read full article

Group Tours

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Groups of golfers. School groups.Clubs and church groups. Professional Group Tour Operators. This list of suggested tour itineraries is to assist you in planning your groups visit to the Southport-Oak Island area of North Carolina's Brunswick Islands... Read full article

Southport Fort Fisher Ferry

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Embarking on a sunny beach vacation, visiting charming seaside villages, exploring the area's rich history, or just enjoying some of the country's best fishing spots, no visit to coastal North Carolina is complete without a ride on a NC Ferry.... Read full article

USS Battleship NORTH CAROLINA

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Moored in quiet dignity and majesty the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, across the river from Downtown Wilmington, beckons visitors to walk her decks. Envision the daily life and fierce combat her crew faced in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. ... Read full article

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