15 Results in category Parks & Recreation Areas
Relax in beautiful outdoors at one of many Beach access, parks, boat ramps, kayak launches, handicap beach access, picnic shelters, baseball & football fields, disc golf courses, basketball courts in Southport, Oak Island, Boiling Spring Lakes, Brunswick County maintained by local parks & recreation departments.
The modern, new 82-slip Deep Point Marina located along the Cape Fear River in Southport offers comfortable dockage for both large and small vessels, along with easy ocean, ICW and river access.
Tucked into a quiet corner of idyllic Southport, Indigo Plantation Marina provides a tranquil, serene setting for transient boaters, while serving as homeport for the Indigo Plantation Yacht Club.
"The Little Airport with the Big Heart" KSUT. We at Cape Fear Regional Jetport are proud to be a General Aviation Spirit airport with a reputation for great service! 5505 foot runway. GPS approaches. 100LL & Jet-A fuel 24 hours. Courtesy Car.
One of the largest & most amenity-laden full service marinas in North Carolina.Over 200 in-water protected slips with deep water access,floating dock house,transient/fuel dock, 50' high 220 unit dry-storage facility, travel lift, unique Wedding Venue
Safe parks and facilities, creative recreation programs, quality community relations and foster a sense of stewardship toward the environment. Rent a park or facility, register for an athletic or recreation program, or learn about community events.
Our goal is to support the needs of the community by offering recreational facilities & year-round programs that encourage fun, promote fellowship, improve wellness & foster educational experiences while providing opportunities for personal growth.
We work hard to make sure Southport's children, teens and seniors are offered age appropriate activities that are fully supervised by our trained staff. Plan a wedding or meeting at one of the many parks or Southport Community Building.
Until the last few months of the Civil War, Fort Fisher kept North Carolina's port of Wilmington open to blockade-runners supplying necessary goods to Confederate armies inland. NC Cultural events held on regular basis.