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Review for Bald Head Blues by Holly
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This boutique carries resort apparel for everything Bald Head Island. Their "clothing for coasting" is inspired by all the island activities from kayaking & fishing to turtle walks, golf, tennis ..
Pros: Several locations in North and South Carolina and you can order online too!
Review for Bald Head Island Club by Scott
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While visiting Bald Head Island, we had some friends that took us to the Club and I have to say, what an amazing experience!
Pros: Amazing food and atmosphere at the Palms. They had golf cart valet service too!
Review for Old Baldy Lighthouse and Smith Island Museum of History by Collin
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You can't beat the view. Also pretty amazing this wasn't even the first lighthouse on the island!
Pros: Amazing view with incredible sights of both the island and the ocean.
Cons: Gotta get to Bald Head Island, and that requires a ferry. A def do if you're already there however.
Review for Southport Marina by Scott
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I was visiting the area and we took a boat out from Southport to go to Bald Head Island. Beautiful marina with easy access and parking.
Pros: Clean and relaxing marina.
Review for Paddy's Hollow Restaurant & Pub - Cotton Exchange by Nicholas
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Great restaurant to get all kinds of food! Even better bar
Review for Circa 1800 by Holly
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Lots of menu choices from steaks to pasta to seafood and salads. Well prepared dishes in the heart of Fayetteville!

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About Bald Head Island

Bald Head Island is a two-mile journey across the Cape Fear River from Southport and is the site of Old Baldy, North Carolina's oldest standing lighthouse. You can only reach Bald Island by passenger ferry, private boat or air. It's been featured as having some of the best beaches in the country and has been on popular lists like American's Best Beaches. Bald Head Island is 14 miles of pristine beaches and 10,000 acres of which is untouched beach, marsh, and forest preserves. It's a perfect vacation spot for an intimate retreat for nature lovers.

The Old Baldy lighthouse is visible from Oak Island and has decades of restoration work. You can climb to the top of the 108 steps to see the keeper's cottage on the property. Day trips to Bald Head Island are popular and Bald Eagle Tours offer seasonal attractions. The Bald Head Island Conservatory and Painted Bunting Tours are good options for bird viewing. Touch Tank offers fun for the entire family with snakes, turtles, sand sharks and other island life. The Maritime Forest Reserve is 180 acres of trails to see twisted live oaks, insects, deer, squirrels, raccoons, Carolina wrens, and cardinals.

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Events in Bald Head Island

on Wednesday, 17 Oct, 5:30 PM
at Bald Head Island Association Center
111 Lighthouse Wynd, Bald Head Island, NC 28461

Enjoy beer and wine on the Old Baldy grounds while having an intimate Curator tour of The Smith Island Museum of History.

on Wednesday, 24 Oct, 5:00 PM
at Maritime Market
8 Maritime Way, Bald Head Island, NC 28461

An Island tradition since January 2011, the Maritime Market hosts the largest beach party each month when the full moon rises out of the Atlantic Ocean.

on Thursday, 22 Nov, 10:00 AM
at Bald Head Island Club
303 S Bald Head Wynd, Bald Head Island, NC 28461

Start Time: 10 AM End Time: 2 PM Location: Clubhouse Price Adult: $34++ Price Child 4-11: $18++


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