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Named one of the best family beaches in the U.S., Holden Beach offers island charm, natural beauty, and an endless variety of things to do. From watersports to wine tasting, beachcombing to biking, and everything in between, visitors can have as exciting or relaxing a vacation as they please when it comes to things to do in Holden Beach. After you’re done playing on our beaches, parks and waters, enjoy a taste of Holden Beach’s local flavors and fresh seafood at our selection of great restaurants. And, don’t miss out on getting to know the island natives—sea turtles, crabs, dolphins and other marine creatures—with activities such as turtle watching, crabbing, fishing, birding and more.

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Ollie Raja Charters
910-367-2998
Holden Beach charter fishing with Ollie Raja Charters offers the finest Oak Island Sport fishing charters, Southport fishing charters, Ocean Isle Beach fishing charters and Sunset Beach fishing charters.
holden beach fishing pier
(910) 842-6483
The Holden Beach Pier appeals to many because of its iconic, retro feel and homey atmosphere. There is a grill and snack shop on site. Daily, seasonal, 3-day and 7-day passes available.
main street grill
(910) 842-1862
The Main Street Grill makes dishes from scratch, in-house everyday — all at an affordable price. Try breakfast sandwiches and omelets, fresh seasfood, homemade soups, sandwiches and burgers, fresh-baked desserts and more.
silver hill grill
(910) 842-6420
Small, family-owned fried seafood joint. In addition to seafood, Silver Hill Grill serves BBQ, cheeseburgers, stuffed pepper, corn dogs, cheese sticks and more. All plates are served with fries, hush puppies and cole slaw.
beaches n cream holden beach
(910) 842-7326
Homemade, small-batch ice cream in numerous original flavors. Made with milk from North Carolina free-range cows. Try a new flavor (or flavor combo) almost every day!
Bald Head Island marks where the coastline swings from a north-south orientation to run east to west. The island got its name from a bare sand dune that pokes out of the surrounding forests—it looked like a bald head from the sea.

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