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Articles in Transportation and Drive Times, Oak Island Parks and Chamber Special Events

North Carolina State Ports

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North Carolina's Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City, plus inland terminals in Charlotte and in the Piedmont Triad at Greensboro, have the capability and capacity to serve as competitive alternatives to ports in neighboring states. Owned and operat... 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

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

Drive Times

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The Southport-Oak Island area is a true destination. You will not just happen upon the Southport-Oak Island area since we are literally at the end of the roads. Highway 211 ends in the historic riverfront City of Southport, Highway 133 stops in th... Read full article

Regional and Commercial Airports

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Arrive to the Southport-Oak Island area of the NC Brunswick Islands by air, using commercial airlines arriving at Wilmington International Airport 45 minutes away or the Myrtle Beach Airport about 90 minutes south of our area. Those arriving to the... Read full article

Climate

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Picture Perfect In Any Season the Southport Oak Island Area of North Carolina's Brunswick Islands enjoys salubrious breezes, warm summer nights for long walks on our beaches, cool fall days perfect for fishing, mild winter temperatures to keep active... Read full article

N.C. 4th of July Festival

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The N.C. 4th of July Festival is held annually in the City of Southport July 2nd – 4th and Town of Oak Island July 1st (unless it is a Sunday and then Beach Day is June 30th). The City of Southport first celebrated our nation’s independence in 1792... Read full article

Southport Oak Island Golf Classic

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The Southport-Oak Island Area Golf Classic is a fundraising golf tournament for the Chamber held annually, the first Saturday in May. Held at the Oak Island Golf & Country Club. A four-person captain’s choice format. postponed until Winter 2020.... Read full article

Christmas by the Sea Parade

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Christmas is perhaps the best time of year to visit the North Carolina coast. The average air temperature is 59.4 degrees and the sun is warm. In a celebration of this wonderful weather and the holidays, the Chamber organizes the Christmas by the Sea... Read full article

Bald Head Island Ferry & Tram Service

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In just 20 minutes, the Bald Head Island Transportation, Inc. passenger ferry transports you from Deep Point Marina, 1301 Ferry Road in Southport, NC, to the shores of Bald Head Island. For most of the year, ferries leave the mainland on the hour and... Read full article

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