Fantasy Isle Ice Cream and Mini Golf in Holden Beach has a pet squirrel who loves some vanilla ice cream. Her name is Putter.
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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.
Aunt Irene’s Sweets-n-Treats is a local bakery featuring a variety of kolachi, scones, cinnamon rolls, and other pastries. They have been featured...
Located at the mouth of the Cape Fear River with long sandy beaches and mild weather, Caswell Beach is the ideal setting for rest and relaxation. The lack of commercial district only emphasizes the serene surroundings.
The Children's Museum of Wilmington is a wonderful hands-on musuem with rotating exhibits and fun daily programs. The museum includes three...
During most of the Civil War, Fort Fisher kept the Port of Wilmington open to supply Confederate armies. You can now visit the fort, which has been partially reconstructed, and take guided tours.
Don't waste fun beach time by winding through grocery store aisles. Let Food Lion do your grocery shopping for you and receive a $10 discount for your first order of $35 or more.
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!
Holden Beach is a sub-tropical, barrier island located on the coast of North Carolina, midway between Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC. Holden Beach boasts the perfect family seaside getaway with secluded white sandy beaches alongside the Atlantic Ocean.
The Holden Beach Driving Range offers a laid-back atmosphere to perfect your golf swing. It's located in Supply, across the street from...
In the late 40s and early 50s, Calabash became known for its seafood and was named the "Seafood Capital of the World." Today's Calabash is no longer the fishing mecca it once was, but it still maintains its fishing village charm.