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      CAROLINA BEACH LAKE PARK

      CAROLINA BEACH PIER                ISLAND GREENWAY
      Visit this iconic landmark that features the   Walk, run, or ride on the 1.2-mile paved
      High Tide Lounge and Low Tide Tiki Bar.   Island Greenway that offers smooth travels
         1800 Salt Marsh Lane, 28428     and no vehicular traffic. The 10-foot-wide
                                         multi-use path begins at Mike Chappell
      CAROLINA BEACH                     Park and winds southward through scenic
      STATE PARK                         wooded areas to the intersection of Alabama
      Nearly nine miles of hiking trails in this 761-  Avenue and Spot Lane.
      acre park allow you to search for migratory     carolinabeach.org/visitors/
      and marshland birds and see carnivorous   island-greenway
      plants like Venus flytraps and pitcher plants
      in their native habitat.           JOSEPH RYDER LEWIS JR. PARK
      •   Accessible fishing platform
      •   Picnic areas                   Stroll through the trails in this 10-acre park
      •   Marina & campsite check-in (fee):    and visit a place that played an important
        910-458-7770                     role in the end of the Civil War. The park
         1010 State Park Rd., 28428      contains 150 yards of restored Civil War
          910-458-8206     ncparks.gov   earthworks that provided backup defense in
                                         the event Fort Fisher were to fall.
      FREEMAN PARK                          1018 N. Lake Park Blvd., 28428
      RECREATION AREA                       910-458-2977    carolinabeach.org
      Drive onto the beach in your four-wheel-
      drive vehicle to access this beautiful   MIKE CHAPPELL PARK
      recreation area. No all-wheel drive vehicles   There is something for everyone, even
      allowed on the beach.              the family dog, at this 10-acre park. Two
      •  Access passes required year-round  tennis courts, two sand volleyball courts,
      •  Permits required for four-wheel-   a basketball court, youth basketball area,
       drive access                      baseball and softball fields, a soccer field,
      •  Reservations and permits for camping   playground equipment, and a dog park
       required; Camping available Labor Day   make this a great place to spend the
       through the Thursday before Memorial Day  day. There is also an unsupervised
         1800 Canal Dr., 28428           skateboard park.
          910-458-4614                      501 S. Dow Rd., 28428
         carolinabeach.org                  910-458-2977     carolinabeach.org
       62             CarolinaBeachNC Guide.com • 866-534-0845
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