Five Best Summer Family Activities

There is still time to treat the family to a summer vacation in Kure Beach. Sea what’s swimming at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Grab a rod and reel or just enjoy the views from the Kure Beach Fishing Pier. Take a break from the beach at Ocean Front Park, where the younger kids can play on a pirate ship while parents cool off on bench swings swaying in the sea breezes. Visit Fort Fisher State Recreation Area and discover winding maritime forest trails and six miles of undisturbed beach. Sport-loving families will want to stop by Joe Eakes Park with its fields, courts, 18-hole disc golf course and playground for the little ones. Make the most of summertime at Kure Beach.

Woman doing yoga on beach
Go With The Flow
Uniting mind, body and spirit with the serenity of the sea, Kure Beach Yoga strives to make yoga accessible for all. Discover tranquility by the sea with classes held on the beach strand near the Kure Beach Fishing Pier, at Ocean Front Park or inside the Kure Beach Community Center. Beach yoga is a great way to connect your breath with the rhythm of the sea.
turtle hatchling
Turtles & Talks
Fort Fisher State Recreational Area presents Turtle Talks August 14 & 28. Learn which species are found around here, their biology and behaviors. Commemorate North Carolina’s long and proud military history at the 30th Anniversary NC Military History Museum on August 7, with living history interpreters, indoor exhibits and outdoor tanks, jeeps and aircraft.

Facebook     Twitter    Instagram    Pinterest    YouTube