Looking for all the best things to do and see on Kure Beach? Look no further! Today we have ten unique things that should be on every visitors to do list. Kure Beach is a unique place to vacation and one of the things that makes it such a great destination is the wide variety of things to do and see. From history to surfing there is something for everyone.
Tony Silvgani Surf School
Are you ready for one of the coolest experiences on Kure Beach? We're lucky to have local professional surfer Tony Silvgani calling Kure Beach home to his signature surf school. With classes for kids, adults, and everyone in between, you're sure to be hanging ten in no time. With a laid-back vibe and a supportive staff, everyone will enjoy a day at the Tony Silvgani Surf School. Looking for more information Click here.
North Carolina Military History Museum
The North Carolina Military History Museum's stated purpose is to honor the State’s rich military history and traditions by recording the bravery, sacrifices, and challenges of Tar Heel service members and the military events in which they participated from the Colonial period to the present. Part of this goal is achieved with the museum that is open to the public. Located near Fort Fisher the museum is a great place to learn about North Carolina's proud military history. In the museum you'll find preserved military artifacts, photographs, papers, and other memorabilia related to the State and its service members. Take some time to visit this institution and help promote the study and appreciation of North Carolina’s martial history and the role played by this State and her veterans in every conflict in American History.
Ocean Front Park
It's hard to have a bad day at the Kure Beach Ocean Front Park. With its prime location along the oceanfront, it is ready- made for relaxation. However, much more happens here. The park is the host of concerts, shows, and special events throughout the year. The Kure Beach Ocean Front Park & Pavilion is home to the town’s largest public green space. The park is located along Atlantic Avenue and is just down the street from the Kure Beach Fishing Pier. The site, features a walking path, benches for admiring the ocean view, public restrooms, a play area for children with swings, a rain garden, and much more. The best part is it is situated right on the water! For all you readers out there this is the perfect place to sit back with a book and watch the waves roll in.
Kure Beach Fishing Pier
Whether you are just looking for a great view or are a serious fisherman, the Kure Beach Fishing Pier is an iconic feature of Kure beach. The pier is open 24 hours a day from April 1 to November 30 of each year. Here are a few details.
No Alcohol is allowed on the pier.
One Rod and Reel per Person $8.00 per Fisherman
King Fishing - $16 * May 15th - October 1st * 3 Rods * 5 am to 10 pm
Sunset Shark Fishing - $16 * June 1st - Sept. 15th * 3 Rods * 12 am to 5am
The pier is located at 100 Atlantic Ave, Kure Beach
You can call (910) 458-5524 for more information!
With so many great things to do an see you only have one thing left to do. Decide how to see and do all these great things during your Kure Beach Vacation. Need help? Give one of our friendly reservationists a call. We can help you find the perfect vacation home near all your favorite attractions.
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