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Brunswick County Towns

Bald Head Island, North CarolinaBald Head Island, North Carolina
The pace is mellow, the weather is kind and the living is definitely easy. Wherever you are and wherever you've been, there is no experience that can compare to living at the edge of an ocean ... as you drive along Bald Head Island's South Beach, the rich golden hue of...
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Calabash, North CarolinaCalabash, North Carolina
Nestled on tidal plains in the southeast corner of North Carolina lies a small fishing village with a timeless legacy and a rich tradition. Situated between the bright lights of Myrtle Beach to the south and the historic charm of Wilmington to the north...
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Carolina Beach, North CarolinaCarolina Beach, North Carolina
Crossing the Snow's Cut Bridge from Wilmington to Pleasure Island and its largest town, Carolina Beach, is a breath of fresh air as you leave the noise and traffic of the city for the serenity of a Southern coastal hideaway. Located just south of Wilmington, Carolina Beach...
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Caswell Beach, North Carolina >> Oak Island Lighthouse at the Coast Guard Station.Caswell Beach, North Carolina
With only 461 residents on this four-mile stretch of beach on Oak Island, Caswell Beach spurns commercial development in favor of small local businesses and restaurants. The town's top priority is protecting the beach and the turtles that nest there. Loggerhead turtles...
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Holden Beach, North CarolinaHolden Beach, North Carolina
Holden Beach just might be the perfect getaway: quaint cottages on a wide beach and a strong historic focus on family fun. The climate is gentle, the pace of life slow and the water calm, making this little island ideal for a quiet family vacation or as a permanent home. ...
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Leland, North CarolinaLeland, North Carolina
The number of people calling Leland home has more than quadrupled since the dawn of the new millennium, surprising only those who wonder why the population boom took so long. Just five minutes from Wilmington's historic River District, Leland lies along...
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Ocean Isle Beach, North CarolinaOcean Isle Beach, North Carolina
Located between the tourist mecca of Myrtle Beach and the historic charm of Wilmington, little is known about its early years, when it belonged to a variety of people, none of whom had a clear direction for the island. Until the 1950s, Ocean Isle was little more than a family...
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Oak Island, North CarolinaOak Island, North Carolina
The Oak Island Lighthouse and Lifesaving Station was completed in 1958. One of the newest lighthouses in the United States, it is the second most powerful beacon in the world and can be seen for 19 miles, helping ships avoid the treacherous Frying Pan Shoals...
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Southport, North CarolinaSouthport, North Carolina
City leaders changed the name to Southport in 1887 to make the small port seem more like the most important port in the South. Soutport was the county seat of Brunswick County from 1808 until 1975. The residents of Southport have made preserving their rich history...
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Sunset Beach, North CarolinaSunset Beach, North Carolina
Many quaint coastal communities and larger cities are within easy driving distance of Sunset Beach, offering world-class golf, shopping, sightseeing, fishing and dining options. Calabash, the world-famous "Seafood Capital of the World," is only...
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