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Showing 16-20 of 20 Nature Resorts

Treasure Realty

Sneads Ferry, North Carolina, United States

From a luxurious condo or oceanfront hideaway from Treasure Realty you can explore Topsail Island. Spend the afternoon under the sun in a chartered boat discovering the waters of the North Carolina coast. At the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center you can check out marine wildlife up close. Spend some time wandering along the... more

Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center

Sunset Beach, North Carolina, United States

Located just across the Intracoastal Waterway from a North Carolina barrier island that's accessible by a pontoon bridge - the resort sits in a natural wonderland of white sand beaches and untouched marshlands. Take a nature tour and watch sea turtles hatch or see the nesting ospreys keep watch.... more

First Colony Inn

Nags Head, North Carolina, United States

Picnic in the National Seashore or dine in a fine restaurant. Watch birds in the Pea Island Wildlife Refuge and even join the First Colony Inn for a birding weekend. Spend an afternoon at the North Carolina Aquarium in Manteo, dive on a sunken ship, take an aero-tour, windsurf, or hang glide.... more

Century 21 Action Inc.

Surf City, North Carolina, United States

Observe wildlife on the water with Buccaneer Cruises, where tours showcase dolphins, osprey, and other wildlife. Hurry on over to Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, and view magnificent loggerhead sea turtles, green sea turtles, and possibly even a rare Kemp's Ridley turtle!... more

Fairfield Inn & Suites Elizabeth City

Elizabeth City, North Carolina, United States
197 Reviews

Feel your daily stresses melt away as you cross the historic Dismal Swamp Canal and walk along the 300-foot boardwalk into this geological wonder. For the adventurer, there are 16.7 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Or, enjoy a leisurely paddle down the Dismal Swamp Canal in your canoe or kayak.... more

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