Looking to make summer plans? North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands are filled with all sorts of fun places for you and your family and friends this summer.
Looking to make summer plans?
North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands are filled with all sorts of fun for you and your family and friends.
From pristine beaches, top-rated golf courses, endless picture-perfect places to fish, some of the freshest seafood the east coast has to offer, and much more, here are the top 7 reasons to vacation in North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands this summer.
Beaches – If you’re looking to just have a relaxing vacation on the beach, there are six different barrier island towns to choose from – each with their own charm so you really can’t go wrong.
- Sunset Beach
- Oak Island
- Ocean Isle Beach
- Holden Beach
- Caswell Beach
- Bald Head Island
Non-beach activities – Take a break from fun in the sun and check out some family-friendly places such as the Ingram Planetarium, or the lighthouses that are rich in history and mystery.
Great seafood – Enjoy a dining experience trying some of the freshest seafood you can find on the east coast.
Waterfront restaurants with amazing views – Have dinner with a view at one of the many waterfront restaurants the area has to offer.
Fishing – Maybe you want to spend the day catching your dinner. Grab your rod and reel and head over to one of the five ocean fishing piers the islands offer. Or take a fishing charter for inshore angling or a deep-water experience in waters as far out as the Gulf Stream.
Golf – If you want to play a couple rounds of golf while you’re there, they’ve got that too. Also known as North Carolina’s “Golf Coast,” the Brunswick Islands offer more than 30 top-rated courses for golfers of all levels to play, each just minutes away from the beaches.
Vacation home rentals – At the end of the day, you’ll come back to relax in your home away from home. The vacation rentals offer a variety of accommodations.
What will be your favorite part? Start planning your summer vacation to North Carolina’s Brunswick Islands now.