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      KURE BEACH FISHING PIER            Southport Ferry. The N.C. Ferry Service
      Bait your hook or stroll along the 711-foot   shuttles vehicles and passengers 365 days
      wooden pier which has more than 1 million   a year.
      visitors annually. Includes seasonal tackle     2422 S. Fort Fisher Blvd., 28449
      shop, arcade, and souvenirs.          800-293-3779
      •  Oldest privately owned fishing
       pier on the East Coast
      •  Free to walk, seasonal fishing fees    Sports & Water
      •  Seasonal 24-hour operation        4    Activities
         K Avenue, 28449                        BIKE
          910-458-5524  Try an organized ride or self-guided tour
                                         through Kure Beach. For more cycling
      FISHER/SOUTHPORT                   information, visit,
      Cross the Cape Fear River in style on this   or find rentals at
      30-minute voyage aboard the Fort Fisher-
                                         DISC GOLF
                                         A flick of the wrist is all it takes to have
                                         some fun on the 18-hole disc golf course
                                         at Joe Eakes Park off K Ave. Individual and
                                         tournament play available.

                                         Explore The Condor, North Carolina’s
                                         first heritage dive site, as well as nearby
                                         shipwrecks, reefs and ledges along Kure
                                         Beach. Local dive shops provide instruction,
                                         charters, certification, and equipment rentals.
                                         Info available at

                                         Join a kayak tour of Zeke’s Island/Ft. Fisher
                                         Basin, launching from the Federal Point
                                         Wildlife Access Ramp and guided by the
                                         pros at Kayak Carolina. Or put your board in
                                         the water and ride the waves.
                                           5    Dining in Kure Beach means fresh
                                                local seafood. Head to an island
                                         grill to enjoy the catch of the day and
                                         choose indoor or outdoor dining. Local
                                         favorites include wait-worthy pork chops
                                         and Italian fare, thick juicy burgers at a
                                         walk-up burger shack by the beach and
                                         diner home-style cooking. For more, go
       72               KureBeachNC • 866-534-0845
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