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North Carolina Coast Articles
- The Beach is Always Within Reach at Intracoastal Vacation Rentals
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Showing 16-20 of 20 Nature Resorts
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
Intracoastal Realty is a great place to get outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. Whether you want to go for a stroll on the beach, or head the beautiful Masonboro Island there's always something for nature lovers to do. There are also great opportunities for fishing as well! Charter a trip out into the ocean and see what you catch!... more
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
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
Rain or shine, Kill Devil Hills doesn’t disappoint. Take a gander beneath the sea at the aquarium, visit history at local museums, or stop to smell the roses at Elizabethan Gardens. The gardens are a living memorial to Queen Elizabeth and Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony. See the sunken floral garden and herb, wildflower and rose gardens that... more