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Wrightsville Beach

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Often described as “California like”, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina is one of the widest beaches in North Carolina. Covering 4 miles with pristine beach front, Wrightsville Beach welcomes vacationers and locals in its seaside town surrounded by the Atlantic ocean and Intracoastal waterway.

Voted as one of the best American beach towns, Wrightsville beach offers a plethora of outdoor activities. From kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding classes, to biking or strolling along the 2.5 mile path around the public park known as “The Loop”. Outdoor recreational activities are abound when vacationing to Wrightsville Beach.

Wrightsville Beach is known for its clean, spacious beach and picturesque setting. Strolling about the village-like town offers scenic views no matter whether you are oceanfront, harbor side or at a marina. It’s a place so magical the sun both rises and sets over the water. Generations have visited this beach destination voted North Carolina’s best beach.

A historic square, narrated harbor cruises, a waterbird sanctuary, a host of premier watersports competitions and other events enhance the coastal experience. As a premier watersports destination, Wrightsville Beach is one of the world’s top surfing and standup paddleboarding stops for both professional competitors and beginners alike. Shopping enthusiasts 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. Bird lovers delight in eco tours of Masonboro Island, an undeveloped eight-and-a-half mile long barrier island located just south of Wrightsville Beach. And clustered around the bridge to the island are some of the finest seafood restaurants on the North Carolina coast, along with vibrant nightspots. As North Carolina's most accessible beach from Interstate I-40, it’s easy to get here. And it’s easier to stay as everything you need is right on the island.