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Articles in Kayaks and SUP, Chamber Public Events, Area History, Caswell Beach, Art Galleries, North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher and N.C. Maritime Museum at Southport

U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament

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The U.S. Open King Mackerel Tournament began 40 years ago, when a small group of community leaders met and decided that they needed an event to showcase the great fall fishing in the Southport-Oak Island area. Today, the U.S. Open King ... 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

Art Galleries and Guilds

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The picturesque landscape and wildlife in the Southport-Oak Island area inspire many artists to create works of art in all types of disciplines – painting, quilting, pottery, ceramics, photography, metalwork, woodwork, basketwork, creative writing ... Read full article

Caswell Beach

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Breathtaking views from every direction. Sit in your beach chair on the eastern tip of Caswell Beach and look to your right to see the Atlantic Ocean, to your left Intracoastal Waterway, Cape Fear River and Southport’s Waterfront and almost directly ... Read full article

Area History

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Getting to know your new community begins with a history lesson. Early North Carolina history recorded nearly 30 Native American groups across the state. You can see their influence today in the names of North Carolina towns, rivers and counties -... Read full article

Kayaking and Stand Up Paddleboarding

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Kayaking & Stand Up Paddleboard-So much water, so many places to kayak, canoe, stand up paddleboard. So if you like the adventure of the ocean, the endurance of a Cape Fear River trail, or just want to get close to nature in the many creeks and tidal... Read full article

North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

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The Aquariums were established in 1976 to promote an awareness, understanding, appreciation and conservation of the diverse natural and cultural resources of North Carolina’s ocean, estuaries, rivers, streams and other aquatic environments.... Read full article

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