Tryon Palace’s Outlander Weekend

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Are you a fan of the Outlander book series by Diana Gabaldon? If so, you won’t want to miss Tryon Palace’s upcoming Outlander Weekend, happening November 9th-12th in historic downtown New Bern.


In the words of Celtic Force, “Imagine having special access to the Palace where Claire was held by Governor Martin in Colonial America. Visit the kitchen and stables, tour the interior of the Palace, wander the herb and flower gardens on the grounds, have dinner and wine on the South Lawn of this Historic Palace as the sound of bagpipes fill the night air. You will think you have traveled back in time. And that’s just a small portion of what we have planned.”


But wait, there’s more! After arriving at the host hotel, Doubletree by Hilton (don’t forget to grab one of their famous cookies) along the historic New Bern waterfront, you’ll enjoy a riverfront reception with your fellow Outlander fans.


Your first full day in New Bern will include a trip to the famed Tryon Palace where you’ll enjoy a special Outlander tour, an exciting live video chat with different Outlander personalities, and finally, a pig pickin’ dinner on the veranda.


Saturday is all about food and music, just the way it was in Outlander and just the way it still is in historic New Bern, North Carolina. For this Outlander-themed weekend, topics such as cooking, herbs, kilts, clothing and more will be highlighted. Then, it’s back to Tryon Palace for an evening complete with a dinner, taken straight from the Outlander Kitchen: The Official Outlander Cookbook, and wine pairing. But it doesn’t stop there. This unique experience will culminate with live music, costumed characters and a finale you won’t soon forget.


While the weekend is Outlander-centric, you’ll have plenty of time to tour the picturesque town of New Bern, the second-oldest European-American colonial town in North Carolina (briefly the state capital), along with the birthplace of Pepsi Cola. Take time to dine at one of their quaint eateries, cool off with a cold soda at the Pepsi Cola store, or wander the waterfront. Don’t forget to take off on a Bear Tracks Hunt and take your photo with one of the many decorated, fiberglass bears erected in 2010 in honor of New Bern’s 300th anniversary.


To learn more about the Outlander Weekend, or to book your visit, click here. To plan your vacation to New Bern, North Carolina, or one of our other coastal destinations, click here.

Why You Shouldn’t Miss these NC Seafood Festivals!


It’s festival season and while many associate that with Oktoberfest celebrations and an abundance of bratwurst, in coastal North Carolina we kickoff fall with a different kind of delectable treat: seafood. While seafood is always in abundance here, it’s celebrated extensively throughout the month of October. Up and down the coast, people come together to feast on fresh seafood and show the rest of the country who has the finest fishing around.


Kicking off seafood festival season on October 6-8, 2017 is the always-anticipated and award-winning North Carolina Seafood Festival in Morehead City. This free family-friendly event is in its 31st year and, unlike seafood, it gets better with age! Festival-goers can expect cooking demonstrations (and tasty samples) from NC’s best chefs as they compete for the coveted Chefs Hat, carnival rides, live entertainment, the Flounder Fling, and so much more! This year is also the inaugural Port of Pours beer tasting event featuring unlimited samples of over 15 craft breweries. To learn more about his event, click here.

Next up is the 63rd Annual Mullet Festival in Swansboro, NC on October 14th and 15th. Oh, you thought it was the hairstyle! Mullet is actually a fish that can be enjoyed fried, broiled, grilled, smoked, stewed and more! Never had it? The Mullet Festival is the perfect place to try it! Head to quaint downtown Swansboro for this free family-friendly event that includes a parade, street carnival, arts & crafts, games, music and more. Click here to learn more!

The Outer Banks, known worldwide for their offshore fishing, is home to the Outer Banks Seafood Festival, taking place in Nags Head on October 21st. Learn about the area’s rich fishing history and its community while enjoying fresh seafood and live music. Think you know good seafood? Cast your vote for the People’s Choice, “Best Local Dish” and see if your favorite restaurant wins! General Admission tickets are $5 and can be purchased here. 

This next seafood festival shines a spotlight on a food people tend to either love (we’re in this category) or hate: oysters! The NC Oyster Festival, taking place since 1980, happens in Ocean Isle Beach on October 21st and 22nd and is sure to be a shucking good time! From shag to country to R&B, festival-goers can dance the days away when they aren’t slurping down oysters or competing in one of the many oyster-themed competitions. Whether you like them raw, steams, broiled, on a cracker, in a soup or straight out of the shell, you won’t want to miss this event! To learn more, click here.


To learn more about North Carolina’s seafood traditions and fishing industry, and how it’s celebrated each year at festivals throughout the state, explore our website. Want to attend one of these events, plan your stay here.  

Fishing in the Fall on the North Carolina Coast

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There’s no denying that the NC Coast is chockfull of outdoor activities, beautiful beaches and ideal spots to escape the city and take advantage of nature and all the benefits it has on the soul. As the summer chaos subsides, it’s time to step away from lounging at the beach and take advantage of one of the most popular fall activities in North Carolina – fishing! Here’s a look at the many ways everyone, from novice to experienced, can reel one in this fall:


Charter Fishing

Charter Fishing in North Carolina is an opportunity to experience some of the finest saltwater fishing the world has to offer. This heart-pumping, adrenaline-racing experience can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. Or, if you’re looking for a guy’s getaway, this is the ideal excursion. Inshore, NC is home to redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. Other frequent catches of the Carolina coast are trophy-sized marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi, mackerel, yellowfin tuna and giant bluefish tuna. Morehead City, aptly-named “A fisherman’s paradise,” is home to a number of charter boats ready to give you a memorable outing along with the world-renowned boats located in the Outer Banks. Book your trip today and you’ll have plenty of fish for the holidays.

Pier Fishing                                                                                                          

One of the most appealing aspects of pier fishing is that it can be enjoyed on a whim, almost anywhere. If you have a rod, some bait, and general knowledge of how to cast a line, you’re good to go. The NC Coast is home to a number of piers located along the Northern, Central and Southern Coasts, which means you can enjoy this family-friendly activity anywhere from the Outer Banks to Atlantic Beach on down to Kure Beach. Tackle or bait shops are found at the base of most piers, or are located close by for convenience. Fishing from piers also offers the ideal view of our famous North Carolina sunsets.  

Surf Fishing

Especially popular in the Outer Banks, but a pastime that can be enjoyed all along the NC coast, is surf fishing. Fall is the optimal time as the ocean and air are cooler, making the days more enjoyable. Some of the best spots on the Outer Banks to cast your line in the surf are Cape Point, Oregon Inlet, and Hatteras Inlet. This type of fishing allows fishermen to enjoy the ocean, relax on the sand and reap the benefits of that saltwater air.

Kayak Fishing

Home to barrier islands, the Intracoastal Waterway, and literally hundreds of creeks, rivers, and inlets, the coastal waters of North Carolina are an ideal kayak fishing destination. Kayaks allow fishermen to maneuver in shallow waters, where larger boats cannot go, often catching reds, flounder, and trout up and down the coast. Not to mention, kayakers will witness some of nature’s most secluded and picturesque land.


Whether you prefer a day offshore or the comfort of your own kayak, there is a fishing adventure to be had for you on the NC Coast this fall. Explore more of what the NC Coast has to offer and start planning your excursion today! Start planning your coastal North Carolina fishing vacation today. But first, be sure to secure that fishing license! Tight lights! 

Ride Into Benson for the 2017 Mule Days Festival

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Benson, North Carolina celebrates Benson Mule Days beginning on September 21st through September 24th, an annual event that takes place on the fourth Saturday of September. The festival, which kicks off on a Thursday night in the Benson singing grove, averages crowds of 40-50,000 with attendees traveling from as far as Alaska, California, and Germany. Come enjoy fun for the entire family!

The weekend festival is considered one of the largest festivals in North Carolina, featuring multiple events, including: rodeos, arts and crafts, vendors, street dances, carnival rides, camping parades, and blue grass shows. The festival also features a parade that includes hundreds of horses, mules, and buggies. The parade on average draws nearly 20,000 people alone! One week before the festivities kick-off Reedy Creek, a nearby golf course, holds a local golf tournament. The amateur-only tournament features a four-man superball with prizes before concluding with a cookout. How could this annual event get any better? Well, this year the festival will feature some exciting new events! There will be a Mule Day Dance after the rodeo at the Chamber Park on Friday and Saturday nights. The rodeo will feature a Family Day on Sunday by discounting prices for all the families who wish to attend. Sunday will also be Mule Day Art on Main, featuring sidewalk chalk art and music from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. The area also has nearby camping sites for a full weekend experience with the family. Pets are allowed in the area so long as they are kept on a leash by their owner!

This memorable festival is also rich with history. In fact, Benson Mule Days was inducted into the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. in May 2000 after a submission by Congressman Bob Etheridge who served as a parade judge at the 50th celebration. The festival information, which was prepared by the chamber, will be on display on their website and at the Library of Congress.

Learn more about Benson Mule Days and start planning your visit to this highly-anticipated event.  But don’t let the fun stop there. Click here to read about the many other fall festivals and events happening on the NC Coast.


Must See North Carolina Lighthouses

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National Lighthouse Day was on August 7th! In the spirit of the “holiday,” we want to enlighten you on the must-see lighthouses on our North Carolina coast. If you’re looking for an exciting and educational adventure to round out the summer, you won’t want to miss any of these picturesque North Carolina lighthouses.

On the Northern Coast, we have multiple lighthouses such as the Ocracoke lighthouse, the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, and the Currituck Beach lighthouse. The Ocracoke lighthouse, originally located on Shell Castle Island, was constructed in 1794 and completed in 1798. The lighthouse was placed there to assist mariners through the Ocracoke Inlet, it was a great help for twenty years, until multiple lightning strikes destroyed the lighthouse in 1818. A new Ocracoke lighthouse was built and finished in 1823 at the south end of Ocracoke Island, it still stands today along with a keeper’s house. The Ocracoke lighthouse is the second oldest operating lighthouse in the nation and, while it’s no longer open for climbing, the site can be visited daily.

On the Central Coast you’ll find Cape Lookout lighthouse. Located on Harker’s Island, the original Cape Lookout lighthouse was completed in 1812 at the cost of $20,678.54. The model was a wood-framed octagonal tower with a brick stairwell. After multiple complaints from seafarers that a taller and more stable lighthouse was needed, a new lighthouse was constructed in 1859. In July 2010, the lighthouse was opened to the public for regular climbs. The island can be reached by boat, or local ferry service, from Morehead City or Beaufort. Come take part in the horse watching, shelling, fishing, and camping!

The Southern Coast features the Oak Island lighthouse! This lighthouse, the last to be built in North Carolina, was completed in 1958. The light is located a whopping 169 feet above the water! Unlike most other lighthouses, the Oak Island lighthouse doesn’t have a spiral staircase, instead it features a series of ship ladders totaling 131 steps. Tours to the top of the lighthouse are available year around by appointment for anyone age nine and older. These tours must be booked two weeks in advance, so make sure you plan ahead!

From a historical perspective, these lighthouses have played integral roles in leading ships and their crew members home night after night. Whether you want to climb to the top or simply look up and soak in the beauty, you won’t want to miss out on a visit to one of the magnificent lighthouses that sprinkle the North Carolina coast. Start mapping your voyage to the coast today. 

Sylvan Heights Bird Park: A Wild Adventure

Have you ever wanted to experience South America, North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia without leaving the beautiful North Carolina coast? Look no further than Sylvan Heights Bird Park. Located on the Northern Coast in Scotland Neck, NC, Sylvan Heights is unlike any zoo, aquarium, or animal-centric park you have ever experienced. With over 2,000 waterfowl, parrots, toucans, flamingos, and other exotic birds from around the world, it is anything but “for the birds.” Open to the public, Sylvan Heights is an experience you and your family won’t soon forget.


About the Park

Originally from England, Mike and Ali Lubbock moved to the United States in 1981, with an extensive knowledge of waterfowl in tow. After continuing to cultivate their expertise with the species, establishing a breeding center and working closely with the North Carolina Zoological Society, Sylvan Heights Bird Park opened in 2006. Their mission is now to advance conservation of both waterfowl and wetlands as they also serve as an international center for agricultural training and research.


Educational Visits

One goal of Sylvan Heights is to “act as a local education resource for avian biology and wetlands ecology.” From field trips to summer camps, children are regularly visiting the park and expanding their knowledge about birds, endangered species, conservation efforts and much more! After receiving a grant, Sylvan Heights has worked to develop and host a STEM program for rising 9th graders called Soaring Into Science. Field Trips to Sylvan Heights will provide students an opportunity to observe the largest collection of waterfowl from all around the world. Other programs designed to enrich education include K-12 programs, overnight programs, summer camps, and more.


Plan Your Visit

If you are ready to observe and learn about wildlife from all over the world, Sylvan Heights Bird Park is open Tuesday through Sunday year round. Open to the public, the park offers guided walking and golf cart tours, in addition to planned educational visits, events, and more. For specific daily hours and more information regarding your visit or to purchase admission tickets, click here.


The Top 5 Must-Do Activities at Hammocks Beach State Park

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Considering an island getaway filled with wildlife and privacy? Hammocks Beach State Park, or Bear Island, is a three-mile-long sanctuary for relaxation and serenity that can fulfill your summer desire right here in North Carolina. Hop on a ferry, equipped with your favorite picnic basket, and indulge in some needed leisure time with miles of unpopulated beach.


Five “Must-Do’s” of the state park you can’t miss out on:

  1. Camping
  2. Kayaking and Paddle Boarding
  3. Fishing
  4. Bird Watching
  5. Historic Swansboro Shops and Dining

Pitching a tent in one of Hammocks Beach’s backpack camping campsites allows for adventure and the ignition of primitive instinct. Once you’ve set up camp, kayaking and paddle boarding in the deserted waters are merely steps away with the beachfront view of your site.

Don’t forget your fishing pole. Hammocks Beach is ideal for fishing whether it’s off your kayak or paddleboard, surf fishing along the water’s edge, fishing is just steps from your tent. As the sun sets on your relaxing day, pull out those binoculars and watch the variety of birds, ranging from herons to egrets, as you wait for a dinner reservation in one of Swansboro’s best restaurants. The historic atmosphere, and waterfront dining experience will provide lasting memories but don’t stop there – be sure to bring home a momento from one of the area’s local boutiques. Hammocks Beach State Park offers countless outdoor activities so you can plan your trip from sun up to sun down.

For more information on Hammocks Beach State Park, click here or call (910) 326-4881 for NC Parks.



Fall Vacations on the North Carolina Coast

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Does the idea of an uncrowded beach sound divine?  What about cooler nights and stars that light up the sky? If you’re more of a quiet avoid-crowds-at-any-expense kind of traveler, a trip to the North Carolina coast is just a few clicks away! Don’t worry, while the crowds may fade away the action is just picking up. With numerous events going on, specifically on the Central Coast, you and your family are sure to have an incredible time! After all, fall is the ideal time to relax at the beach, take advantage of the warmer water temperature and the cooler nights that allow you to miss the extreme heat of the summer. Looking to explore inland? We’ve got some great suggestions for things to do during your next NC coast getaway:

No matter where you choose to lay or head, be it the Northern Coast down to the Southern Coast, it’s bound to be a memorable vacation. However, the fall kicks off a slew of exciting events on the Central Coast that you won’t want to miss. First, plan a visit to the historic waterfront town of New Bern and enjoy a tour of Tryon Palace, North Carolina’s first state capital. Next, make the short twenty-minute trip to Morehead City where you’ll enjoy fresh local seafood brought in by one of the many charter fishing boats that line the waterfront.

Now, don’t even think about leaving the Crystal Coast, North Carolina’s gem, without a visit to historic Beaufort, named America’s Coolest Small Town by Travel + Leisure and listed among “The South’s Best Small Towns 2017” by Southern Living. Better yet? Reseve a room, or a rental home, and stay awhile! If you’re craving peaceful walks along the waterfront, mixed in with some excitement, plan your stay during one of the area’s local events including the second annual Beaufort Brewin’ Craft Beer Festival, taking place On September 29th and 30th  and the 2nd Annual Beaufort Wine and Food Runnin’ on Empty – Road Race on September 30th.

Did we mention the NC Coast is home to seafood that’s better than anywhere else? Well, if you love seafood as much as the locals, you won’t want to miss the always-anticipated North Carolina Seafood Festival, in its 31st  year, on October 6th through the 8th. This annual event offers locals and visitors alike an opportunity to wander the waterfront, dine on fresh Got to be NC seafood right out of our local waters, scream for joy on carnival rides, shop for unique items from local vendors and end the night with a powdered sugar-coated funnel cake!

Whether you’re looking for a serene escape after the crowds depart, a weekend filled with excitement, or maybe a bit of both, you won’t want to miss fall on the North Carolina coast. Clear your calendar and start planning your getaway today!.

Experience Something New in North Carolina

The North Carolina coast is a hidden gem filled with adventure and unforgettable experiences! Come feel the excitement, feast on the region’s culinary delights, and relax in accommodations that range from large hotels to quaint rentals by the beach. Whatever type of getaway you’re looking for, we have it here on the North Carolina coast. Not sure what area to stay in? Here’s a look at our beloved coastline broken down into three regions: The Northern Coast, Central Coast, and Southern Coast.

 The Northern Coast offers adventure and some of the state’s most popular historical monuments, including the Wright Brothers National Memorial, home of the first successful airplane flight. In fact, this region is home to the world’s oldest and largest hang gliding school and the largest kite store on the east coast, Kitty Hawk Kites, located in Nags Head. Interested in more Outer Banks history, nature and recreation? Head over to Roanoke Island Festival Park, a 25-acre interactive historic site representing the first English settlement attempt in 1585. Don’t miss out on the area’s delectable seafood selection. Whether you want to fish offshore or just relax at an outdoor patio and dine on fresh seafood from local waters, you won’t want to miss the NC seafood experience. Want more adventure? If you are looking for the best surfing North Carolina has to offer look no further than Kitty Hawk, or travel a bit further south and head to Cape Hatteras, an outdoor adventure enthusiast’s playground. Click here to start planning your trip to the Northern Coast.

If you are looking for a romantic and historical escape, look no further than the Central Coast. Tour Tryon Palace, North Carolina’s first permanent state capitol. This unique and picturesque place offers visitors the chance to experience the adventure of North Carolina’s earliest beginnings. Guided tours, live re-enactments and conversations with costumed interpreters from centuries past bring history to life in vivid detail at the Governor’s Palace, Gardens and Historic Homes. If you’re a military history buff, you won’t want to miss the Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Onslow County, home to thousands of America’s fiercest fighters: United States Marines. From quaint waterfront restaurants and hotels in Swansboro and New Bern to small town experiences in an area rich with tradition and pride, the Central Coast offers something for everyone.

Last but certainly not least is the Southern Coast. Take a family trip to Wilmington to tour the Battleship North Carolina and build your own personal experience by steering the ship, starting the engines, or firing the guns. Enjoy a relaxing beach weekend with the family at Topsail beach! If you’re a wine lover, this region is home to the muscadine grape and wine, a varietal we’re known for in North Carolina. Once again, the NC Coast is known for seafood and good ol’ Southern cooking – especially barbecue. From fried shrimp to a pulled pork sandwich, a North Carolina staple, this region has it all! Whether you’re looking for relaxation that includes kayaking or paddle boarding the waterways or a more bustling beach experience, the Southern Coast offers something for everyone.

Click here to begin planning your stay on the NC Coast. Better yet, plan a long weekend spent traveling the coastline soaking up the unique attributes and offerings of each of our beloved coastal regions.

Celebrate July Fourth NC Style – North Carolina Coast Host

July Fourth

July Fourth is reason enough to celebrate, although a weekend on the NC Coast will make it even better. Whether you’ve already planned your getaway or are just considering it at this point, we’ve got a number of exciting events and festivities taking place up and down the entire coast for everyone to enjoy. Here’s a look at our Top 3 events that will have you dancing, enjoying delicious food and watching spectacular fireworks displays while celebrating America’s birthday:

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Soak Up the Sun this Summer in North Carolina

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While a visit to the North Carolina coast typically consists of long, sunny days spent on the beach, there is so much more to see and do – especially in the spring months when temperatures are still mild and enjoyable. We have rounded up 3 non-beach activities up and down the coast for you to check out this season.
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Celebrate North Carolina’s Rich Military History

Calling all history buffs! From the much-anticipated Wings Over Wayne event to a fort, which was once a project worked on by Robert E. Lee, the NC Coast is home to many military memorials that you don’t want to miss.

Wings Over Wayne

The “most exciting air show in North Carolina” is just weeks away! Wings Over Wayne is held in odd-numbered years and the event serves as a way for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base to thank local and regional communities for their support to the base’s mission. The mission of SJAFB is to “deliver dominant Strike Eagle Airpower…Anytime, Anyplace.”

This May 20th and 21st, the legendary US Navy Blue Angels venture to Goldsboro to put on a show you won’t forget. SJAFB graciously opens its doors for two days for FREE, daylong air and ground demonstrations. This family-friendly event will also feature performers, entertainment, vendors, food, and drinks.

Battleship North Carolina

The Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington welcomes visitors to walk her decks and step back in time. The crews’ vivid stories allow history to come to life by depicting daily life as well as the fierce combat that the original crew faced during World War II. Guests are even invited to steer the ship, start her engines, and fire her guns during this unique experience.

Fort Macon State Park

Nestled along the edge of Atlantic Beach is North Carolina’s most visited state park – which just happens to include a 19th Century Civil War fort.  The fort was once a project of Robert E. Lee, a famous young army engineer. Guided tours feature cannon and musket demonstrations.

Lejeune Memorial Gardens

Onslow County, home to some of the world’s fiercest fighters, United States Marines, is an area rich in history and patriotism. Take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful Lejeune Memorial Gardens which includes the Beirut Memorial, Onslow Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, Montford Point Marine Memorial and the 9/11 Memorial which includes a beam from the Twin Towers, presented to the first troops who invaded Iraq from the police and firefighters of New York. If you’re in town on September 11th, be sure to attend the moving Patriot Day Observance Ceremony honoring those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and those who continue to fight the war on terror.

For details regarding the schedule of events for Wings Over Wayne, tickets, as well as accommodation information, visit  If you are interested in any of the other military memorials home to the North Carolina Coast, visit

A Lesson in North Carolina Wine

Close your eyes and think of North Carolina. Now open them. You probably weren’t thinking of wine, were you? Well, though you might not think about wine when you think of North Carolina, did you know that North Carolina is actually home to over 100 wineries? There are also two main focuses here in our state: Europena-Style Vinifera grapes, which are prominent in the Western and Piedmont areas, while native muscadine grapes are what populates the coastal region. 

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Spring is in the Air in Eastern North Carolina

Spring is in the air in Eastern North Carolina – spring festivals that is. In addition to ideal weather, the eastern part of the state serves as a host to must-attend festivals each spring that you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re planning your next vacation for April or May, you’re sure to find a calendar of events chock-full with fun festivals for the whole family.

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How a NC Coast Host Membership Will Help Your Business

With a mission “to increase economic growth by promoting travel and tourism along North Carolina’s three hundred mile coastline,” NC Coast Host has established itself as the premier tourism marketing association in eastern North Carolina. Membership to our non-profit group allows tourism professionals to interact, network, and collaborate with one another to share the history, culture, and beauty of the North Carolina coast with visitors and residents. Some of the benefits members receive are: 

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3 Reasons You Should Book Your Summer Vacation on the North Carolina Coast Early

While a spontaneous weekend trip in the middle of the summer can be fun for the family, planning your vacation well in advance has many notable advantages. As North Carolina’s Coast is a popular vacation destination, if you’re hoping to visit anywhere from Elizabeth City to Wilmington this summer you may want to consider booking your trip a little earlier this year. This is also important if you’re considering booking one of the incredible rental properties on the Northern, Central and Southern coast. Here’s a look at why, if you’re thinking of visiting the NC coast, you should plan ahead:

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3 Interesting Places You Must Visit on the North Carolina Coast

When you visit the coast of North Carolina, it is very easy to stay on the beach, relaxing in the sun and enjoying all the activities the coast has to offer. However, there are a number of exciting non-beach outings to be enjoyed in coastal North Carolina and here’s a look at three memorable choices. That’s right, beyond our amazing shores, we have some interesting destinations that you’ll want to add to your must-see list for your next vacation.

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