Kure Beach Offers Life Unplugged
Put down the cell phone, turn off your wi-fi and explore all that Kure Beach and Fort Fisher have to offer. There, you will remember the important things in life and reconnect with nature. The Kure Beach area is underestimated for all it has to offer. Talke a walk on the trail surrounding the Civil War Fort, Fort Fisher. Fort Fisher State Historic Site and Museum is the South’s largest earthen fort. It is also where the largest land-sea battle of the Civil War occurred. Or, perhaps, drop by the NC Aquarium.
If seahorses and stingrays aren’t your thing, the fun doesn’t stop there! Kure Beach is truly an adventurer’s paradise where you can sail, surf, scuba dive, and snorkel. Beyond water sports, Kure Beach is home to #8 on Golf Digest’s “Best Little Golf Town in America” List. A round of golf by the ocean is sure to send you home relaxed!
Of course, Southport is a short ferry ride away. Southport is the backdrop of Nicholas Spark’s novel, Safe Haven and truly a gem of a town. Once you return from your day trip to the mainland, grab your fishing pole and head over to Kure Beach’s 712′ Fishing Pier.
After you catch a few, don’t worry about cooking your own dinner. Kure Beach is home to delicious family-owned seafood restaurants. From the beach to the golf course to shopping and surfing, the only problem with a vacation rental in Kure Beach is you may not want to leave.