7 Results in category Things To Do

There are an abundant of activities, festivals and events in the Southport-Oak Island area to keep visitors and residents, entertained, engaged and active. Attractions, Fishing, Golf, Guided Tours, Movie Tours, Aerial Tours, Parks & Recreation Areas, Watersports,

Oak Island Parks and Recreation Areas

Tennis & Pickleball Courts, 52 public beach walkways several with handicap access, Oak Island Cabana, skate park, crab docks, restroom facilities, baseball, softball, soccer and football fields, playgrounds, scenic walkways, shady picnic areas and sh

Boat Ramps, Kayak Launches and Marinas

Watersport activities are natural when you have first class facilities and this much water access - Cape Fear River, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf Stream, Intracoastal Waterway, Canals and rivers and freshwater lakes. Activities such as kayaking, sailing, pow

Boiling Spring Lakes Parks and Recreation Facilities

Plenty of access to the freshwater lakes through the Parks and recreation facilities in the City of Boiling Spring Lakes including the Boiling Spring Lakes Community Center, Spring Lake Park, North Lake Park, Robert Muse Memorial Park where you will


Take an evening stroll on wood planks suspended above the water or catch your first fish among friendly strangers, piers in the Southport Oak Island area have long played an important and romantic role in our community. Anglers fishing for king macke

Dog Parks

Dog parks are a fun way to exercise your dog while socializing with fellow pet lovers. The Southport Oak Island area has two dog parks, both associated with the Town of Oak Island, a dog friendly beach. The Salty Dog Park is located at Bill Smith P

Southport Parks and Recreation Areas

City of Southport Parks and Recreation areas are plentiful: Southport Community Building overlooking the Cape Fear River offers brides and grooms the perfect backdrop for gorgeous wedding photos. Fort Johnston Southport Museum and Visitors Center is

Caswell Beach Parks and Beach Access

Caswell Beach Parks include the Oak Island Lighthouse and two public beach access to 4 miles of beautiful beaches at the mouth of the Cape Fear River. Enjoy relaxing on wide beaches and watch dolphin play in the surf.