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3 Best Beaches To Visit In North Carolina - Beach Guide

 Hello everyone! If you are planning a road trip for this summer to enjoy of the beautiful ocean and have fun, this is the right blog article for you. In today's post I'm going to share with you some of the best beaches you can visit in North Carolina to swim or even just to take cute pictures in cute summer dresses. And stay tuned beacuse soon I'm going to start posting and writing more...

Corolla Beach, NC

Corolla is a village on the Outer Banks in North Carolina, between Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Corolla Park is home to Currituck Beach Lighthouse, with sea views and history exhibits. Nearby, the Whalehead Club is a restored 1920s hunting retreat with original art-nouveau decor. North, the vast Currituck National Wildlife Refuge shelters shorebirds. Wild horses roam Corolla and Carova beaches.  Why visit Corolla Beach? Corolla is the perfect place to gear down, relax and forget about your hurried life back home. While quiet dinners and strolls on the beach are mainstays of Corolla's lifestyle, other more action-oriented recreation options include kayak tours, Jet Ski rentals, deep-sea fishing charters, and go-karting.

Carolina Beach, NC

Carolina Beach is a town on the coast of North Carolina. Along the Cape Fear River, Carolina Beach State Park is home to fishing spots and the Flytrap Trail, named for the carnivorous plants along its path. Carolina Beach Boardwalk offers shops, restaurants and amusement rides. On the Atlantic, Freeman Park has campsites, plus sand dunes and sea grass. The Federal Point History Center has exhibits on local culture. Should I visit Carolina Beach? Carolina Beach offers an original kind of beach experience from the past with old-time beach charm combined with a fun, family-friendly spin for today. Visitors can experience miles of beautiful beach and good times that are unmistakably Carolina Beach.

Emerald Isle, NC

Emerald Isle is a town on Bogue Banks Island, part of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. The Bogue Inlet Pier is a popular fishing spot, with views of the Atlantic Ocean. The Western and Eastern Ocean Regional Accesses are public entry points to the beach, a water sports hub. Emerald Isle Woods Park has a disc golf course and a dock, plus shoreline and forest trails, including part of the North Carolina Birding Trail. What's special about Emerald Isle? The Crystal Coast is a popular vacation destination with several charming beach communities offering ways to make your visit even more enjoyable. Emerald Isle is near all of those, plus, this coastal town has the largest selection of vacation rentals in the Southern Outer Banks.

Hope this post was helpful to plan your summer trip to visit this beautiful state, North Carolina. 

Stacey M.
(Travel & Tourism Specialist)

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