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North Carolina – Beaches and Coast – Hotels, Motels, Resorts


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Alphabetical List

Atlantic Beach

Beaufort - no beach
Buxton

Carolina Beach
Corolla

Duck

Hatteras Village

Kill Devil Hills
Kitty Hawk

Kure Beach - Fort Fisher
Manteo
Morehead City - no beach

Nags Head

Ocean Isle Beach
Ocracoke

Rodanthe

Southport - no beach
Sunset Beach

Wilmington - up river, no beach
Wrightsville Beach
From North to South

Virginia border

NC Outer Banks begin
Knotts Island
Currituck NWR
Corolla
Currituck Beach Lighthouse

Sanderling
Duck
Southern Shores
Kitty Hawk
Kill Devil Hills
Nags Head
Whalebone
Bodie Island Lighthouse
Oregon Inlet - bridge

Manteo

Pea Island NWR
Rodanthe
Waves
Salvo
Cape Hatteras - National Seashore Avon
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
Buxton
Frisco
Hatteras Village
Hatteras Inlet - free ferry

Ocracoke
Ocracoke Lighthouse
Ocracoke Inlet - toll ferry

Cape Lookout Lighthouse
NC Outer Banks end

Beaufort - no beach
Morehead City - no beach
Atlantic Beach

Pine Knoll Shores
Salter Path
Indian Beach
Emerald Isle
North Topsail Beach
Surf City
Topsail Beach
Wrightsville Beach
Wilmington - up river, no beach
Carolina Beach
Kure Beach - Fort Fisher
Bald Head Island Lighthouse

Southport - no beach
Oak Island
Holden Beach
Ocean Isle Beach
Sunset Beach

South Carolina border



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