Brunswick County North Carolina
Enjoying the pristine beaches and warm temperature of North Carolina can be fully experienced in Brunswick County. This county which was formed in 1764 offers tourist with un-crowded beaches that feature best of sunrise and sunsets reflecting in the water, making it a perfect place for a vacation with family and friends. The county is included in the Cape Fear Council of Governments with Wilmington, Columbus, New Hanover and Pender, a council that administers regional planning and administration. Among the cities and towns inside Brunswick are Bald Head Island, Carolina Shores, Caswell Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Oak Island, Sunset Beach, Bolivia, Navassa, and Holden Beach and a lot more. Notable is the proliferation of beaches in the area that have been attracting locals and tourists.
Aside from Bald Head’s breathtaking landscapes, the island is also home to North Carolina’s oldest lighthouse. Enjoying the beaches of this no-cars-allowed island translates itself into a historical retreat, transporting visitors centuries back. The lighthouse, which was built in 1817 is made primarily of bricks and has a museum counterpart. Exploring the island can be enjoyably done by biking or boating, but walking on its natural landscapes, salt marshes, sand dunes, and forests is a memorable experience in itself. Another famous recreational activity on the island is golfing, especially with the emergence of the Bald Head Island Club Course.
Here is a list of recommendable accommodations in the island: Theodosia’s Bed and Breakfast, Tiffany’s Beach Rentals and Marsh Harbor Inn. For visitors who are looking for something homey in a place far from home, then the island of Calabash is the best place for recreation. Much appetizing than the sight of home-style establishments and picturesque river walks are the taste of the place’s signature seafood preparation, the Calabash style notable for deep frying shrimp, clams, fish and oysters in a batter. One can also experience fishing on their own in Calabash Fishing Fleet. Aside from being a place of remarkable delicacy, Calabash is also home to a number of golf courses like the Meadowlands Golf Club, Farmstead Golf and Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club.
Escaping from the cutthroat city can be fully much be attained in Caswell Beach which fosters a truly laid back beach town. The island is home to the Caswell lighthouse which is one of the few providers of light in the area during the night. This portion of the Oak Island truly brings its visitors to a classic beach vacation experience, from fishing expeditions to strolling at low tides and viewing the old-fashioned coast guard stations. There are a number of accommodations in the beach including Coastal Vacation resorts, Oak Island Accommodations and Margaret Rudd and Associates. The beach is also close to the Oak Island Golf Country Club.
Don’t forget to try other islands in the county and make the most of the needed recreation.