Wrightsville Beach Municipal Complex, Wrightsville Beach
(4.3/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
A long stretch of clean, soft sand, sits in a small town just east of Wilmington. You can explore the waters lapping this golden beach by kayak or paddle board, or watch the sun setting over the ocean during an evening harbor cruise. The beach hosts a variety of family-friendly activities including treasure hunts, swimming and surfing lessons, and eco tours designed to introduce you to North Carolina's rich marine life. You can also visit a small history museum here, housed inside a restored beach cottage originally built in 1907. Once the sun goes down, explore the many beachfront restaurants and taverns, serving signature cocktails and local seafood specialties. Arrange your visit to Wrightsville Beach Municipal Complex and discover more family-friendly attractions in Wrightsville Beach using our Wrightsville Beach family vacation planner.
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  • Stopped by after work, was amazed that there were so few people at the beach on a beautiful day. Walked around until sunset enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and the sound of the waves. 
  • Went for a getaway with my daughter for a weekend. We stayed at a Oceanside Apartment in the 'Heart of the Beach' just few steps to the water. Clean, quite, close to the beach and few restaurants. 
  • A beautiful stretch of beach in North Carolina. A nice crowd of friendly people. I hope to visit again. 
  • they have a new scam to get your money you need to punch in a ticket before you park or they fine you they do not advertise it, there is no signage to let you know Go to Hell Wilmington, your crowded beach and your parking scam