Wrightsville Beach – voted one of the “South's Best Beaches” by Southern Living magazine readers – welcomes families and travelers looking for crystal blue waters, a spacious beach and an active island lifestyle.
The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History outlines the more than 100-year-old history of this coastal vacation destination through an intricate collection of displays, memorabilia, and cool seasonal exhibits.
Johnnie Mercer's Pier has a claim to fame as the only concrete fishing pier in the state of North Carolina, and it also reigns supreme as one of the longest fishing piers in the Cape Fear region, thanks to a locale that extends more than 1,200’ ft. into the Atlantic Ocean.
Plan an adventure to one of the most unique island destinations in the region with a boat tour, water taxi, or a cruise to neighboring Mansonboro Island Coastal Estuarine Reserve is a pure and completely undeveloped island that features more than 5,600 acres of beaches, salt marshes, and ti
No list of Wrightsville Beach attractions is complete without mentioning the single biggest draw for visitors throughout the decades – the Wrightsville Beach oceanfront shoreline. Beach access points are located throughout the town, and Wrightsville Beach is also home to a number of seasonally lifeguarded beaches.
The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) attracts mariners from all over the East Coast and even the world, and Wrightsville Beach visitors will find plenty of ways to join in the fun and explore the brilliant open water views. Several marinas in the area offer boat tours, cruises, and even boat rentals
Copyright © 2022 Michael's - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by Seafood