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About Carolina Beach

Carolina Beach is located on the aptly named Pleasure Island in North Carolina. Situated on the island’s northern end, Carolina Beach is exactly that: a pleasure for all who visit. This charming beach destination is perfect for family vacations and will provide days of endless fun, excitement and leisurely enjoyment. The best way to experience its relaxing atmosphere is to stay in one of the many Carolina Beach vacation rentals, which can help make your trip stress-free and even more enjoyable.

Travel Tips

When making your travel plans and choosing from a variety of Carolina Beach vacation rentals there are a few things to keep in mind. The beaches are less crowded during the winter months, while the temperatures remain comfortable and mild. If you’re visiting during the offseason, more beach rentals are available and it’s likely that you can take advantage of great deals. Regardless of the season, pack appropriately as the temperature varies significantly throughout the year. In the summer, you can expect highs in the 90s while temperatures during the winter can dip into the 50s.

Things to Do

All of the activities that the island has to offer are only a short distance away from the many Carolina Beach vacation rentals. Vacationers love visiting Carolina Beach State Park, which consists of more than 750 acres of wetlands. Here you’ll find miles of hiking trails, some of best spots for fishing, and one of the world’s most unique carnivorous plants – the Venus flytrap. Let Paddle NC guide you through the ecosystem on a kayak or paddleboard tour. The Carolina Beach Boardwalk is lined with shops, restaurants and entertainment. Kids can enjoy the seaside rides there while adults can appreciate the happening nightlife and live music. Carolina Beach is also home to two of North Carolina’s landmark attractions, the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher and the Fort Fisher State Historic Site and Museum. At the aquarium learn about sea life, see sharks, sea turtles and other fish up close, explore Adventure Reef and search for shark teeth at Shark Tooth Creek. At Fort Fisher, circle the remains of the fort and step back in time where the largest land-sea battle of the Civil War was fought. For many though, the best thing to do in the area is to simply spend time at the gorgeous beaches. Drive right onto the beach at Freeman Park and spend the day sunning, swimming, fishing and crabbing.



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