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Wilmington, NC

From riverboats to battleships, screen gems to civil war scenes, riverwalks to ghost walks,
Wilmington NC is a city full of surprises and delights. Close by the Cape Fear Coast beach
communities, Wilmington has a charm and style all its own – befitting an historic port city
with roots that go back almost three centuries and the energy of a thriving destination.
(Source: www.capefearcoast.com/about/wilmington.html) . . . .
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Leland, NC

The Town of Leland is located on the scenic Brunswick River, just five minutes west of the
historic river city of Wilmington, North Carolina. Leland, which has emerged as one of the
fastest growing municipalities in the state, is home to amazing natural beauty, championship
golf courses, more than fifty places of worship and a vibrant business community. As the
Town of Leland grows, we are committed to maintaining our down-home, small-town
atmosphere. Leland...Gateway to Brunswick County... a great place to put down roots.
(Source: townofleland.com) . . . . 
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Lake Waccamaw, NC

Lake Waccamaw is a unique fresh water lake located in Columbus County in North Carolina.
The lake is oval in shape and measures roughly 5 miles by 7 miles with an average depth of
7.5 feet. It is the largest of the natural Carolina Bay Lakes with a total surface area of 8,936
acres. The Lake is estimated to be 250,000 years old. Since the lake is naturally occurring,
argument can be made that it is the second largest, natural, fresh water lake on this side of
the Mississippi River.
(Source: www.lakewaccamaw.com) . . . . 
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Whiteville, NC

Whether you're driving down streets lined with lacy dogwood trees or strolling around the
Courthouse Square, chances are you'll have the same reaction as so many before you:
Whiteville is a great place to be! The people of Whiteville and Columbus County pride
themselves on having the best of all possible worlds - beautiful natural settings, a growing
business and industry climate, an impressive assortment of amenities and a solid emphasis
on quality of life.
(Source: www.whitevillechamber.org) . . . . 
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Ocean Isle Beach, NC

Take off your shoes and get out your flops for a walk down the beach and you’ll know why
visitors keep coming back to Ocean Isle Beach year after year. A barrier island attached to the
mainland by a bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway, Ocean Isle has everything you need for
a relaxing vacation. Home to just 525 year-round residents, Ocean Isle offers a quiet family
beach atmosphere with quaint shops and restaurants serving up mouth-watering regional
cuisine. You’ll find oceanfront resorts and inns offering a variety of lodging options.
(Source: oceanislebeach.com/more/about) . . . . 
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Holden Beach, NC

Voted one of the top 10 beaches in the nation by USA Today Readers, Holden Beach is truly a
sparkling gem nestled on the deep blue Atlantic Ocean coastline. Holden Beach stretches nine
miles long and is largely residential with 900 permanent residents. National Geographic's
Traveler magazine ranked the placid community as one of the best family beaches in the
country. Throughout the main tourist season, May through August, the beach comes alive
with families from around the world and the population increases to nearly 15,000 people. As
the growth of the Island continues, across on the mainland new shops and restaurants are
springing up. A new shopping center was recently built about a mile inland with a grocery
store, a Chinese restaurant, a pizza place, a sub shop, an old fashioned ice cream shop and
movie store.
(Source: www.ncbeaches.com/BrunswickBeaches/HoldenBeach) . . . . 
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Wrightsville Beach, NC

A clean, uncluttered stretch of white sand and sparkling water just begs for swimming,
sunbathing, beachcombing, and fishing. The athletic at heart can take on the Loop, a fitness
trail that circles the inner island. Bargain hunters gravitate to the beachside stores and
distinctive, welcoming shopping village. Boaters launch from full-service marinas, and history
buffs soak up the local museum and narrated scenic cruises along the Intracoastal Waterway
that offer a glimpse into the island's past.
(Source: www.capefearcoast.com/about/wrightsville_beach.html) . . . . 
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Kure Beach, NC

Kure Beach is a little bit further down the beach, at the southern tip of Pleasure Island.
A little bit more off the beaten track. And filled with a lot of what you’re hoping to find:
expansive beaches, scenic views (you can see the ocean and the river), relaxed people
enjoying a relaxing atmosphere, and the kind of character that seems to have all but
disappeared from coastal towns.
(Source: www.capefearcoast.com/about/kure_beach.html) . . . .
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Carolina Beach, NC

It's no accident Carolina Beach is situated on a spot of land called Pleasure Island. For many
visitors, this timeless beach town exemplifies the classic summer playgrounds of years gone
by. It's all here: the fishing piers filled with kids and old-timers alike angling for their first big
one. The boardwalk, perfect for evening strolls and ice cream cones.
(Source: www.capefearcoast.com/about/carolina_beach.html) . . . .
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