October 19, 2011

Revitalization Keeps Carolina Beach’s Original Character

CAROLINA BEACH, N.C. –There’s always something new and nostalgic to discover in Carolina Beach (http://www.carolinabeachgetaway.com), a North Carolina beach destination known for its vintage and authentic appeal.

Thanks to the vision of community leaders, Carolina Beach is experiencing a revitalization of its boardwalk that helps to preserve the vitality and originality of this classic beach town. These efforts will also ensure that Carolina Beach remains a fun, safe and clean place for families and future generations to enjoy. Family-friendly events and new businesses help to keep things fresh and exciting for visitors, all the while enhancing the personality and allure of Carolina Beach.

While the classic Carolina Beach Boardwalk evokes nostalgia for the past, a variety of shops and activities put this local and visitor favorite very much in the present (http://bit.ly/jKDdqW). New shops, restaurants and rental stores provide visitors with a fresh alternative to the “same old, same old” beach trip. Families can enjoy everything from riding around in surrey carts to tasting the best of the beach’s culinary delights.

Carolina Beach businesses, residents, and civic groups are committed to an ongoing “boardwalk makeover” campaign to restore the Boardwalk’s charm and to keep people coming back year after year. As a result, visitors now enjoy a Boardwalk with park space, aesthetic improvements, blossoming local businesses, and year-round activities.

This fall and holiday season, fishing tournaments and holiday events draw visitors to Carolina Beach, including the annual Christmas by the Sea celebration and month-long Island of Lights Festival, which both kick off in November.

For fall visitors who enjoy supporting local farmers and producer growers, the Pleasure Island Fresh Market serves up a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables at the Carolina Beach Marina each Saturday through early December (http://bit.ly/rr8xfa). Fresh food and a fun atmosphere contribute to the constant renewal and community evolution of Carolina Beach.

To find out about the ongoing revitalization of Carolina Beach and discover seasonal specials and more, visit http://www.carolinabeachgetaway.com/.


Trick or Treat Under the Sea
Wednesday, Oct. 26-Thursday, Oct. 27

3rd Annual Christmas by the Sea

Friday, Nov. 25-Saturday, Dec. 17

Island of Lights - Light Up The Lake

Friday, Nov. 25-Saturday, Dec. 24

NC Holiday Flotilla Dinner Cruise

Saturday, Nov. 26

Island of Lights Christmas Parade

Friday, Dec. 2

Island of Lights Holiday Flotilla

Saturday, Dec. 3

Fort Fisher Holiday Open House

Tuesday, Dec. 6

Island of Lights Tour of Homes

Saturday, Dec. 10

For all event information, visit http://bit.ly/oDkT8l.

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Carolina Beach is an original and unique North Carolina beach. This recently renovated seaside town offers family-friendly fun all year long where visitors can experience a classic boardwalk, interesting festivals and colorful characters. For more information, visit http://www.CarolinaBeachGetaway.com or call (800) 641-7082.
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