Fort Fisher State Historic Site
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Fort Fisher was a Confederate fort during the American Civil War. It protected the vital trading routes of the port at Wilmington, North Carolina, from 1861 until its capture by the Union in 1865.
Great place to check out! You can drive on the beach with a 4x4 vehicle
Until the last few months of the Civil War, Fort Fisher kept North Carolina's port of Wilmington open to blockade-runners supplying necessary goods to Confederate armies inland. By 1865, the supply line through Wilmington was the last remaining supply route open to Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern…
Historical site from the Civil War with beautiful marshlands and water-side trails.
Beautiful open areas with walking paths, bike paths, and white sand beaches. Great for families or anyone interested in natural beauty and a little history.
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“I've been here for brunch, dinner & drinks, and to see bands play on summer nights. Its good food and good entertainment, but the parking isn't great. Worth a try if you're out on Carolina Beach. Just pay attention so you'll know its time to leave before the locals get too drunk ”
- Door 52 locals aangeraden
“Best Hot Donuts located on Carolina Beach board walk. There is usually a line that moves pretty quickly. Believe me it is worth it! Heads up, its cash only.”
- Door 97 locals aangeraden
“The Fat P! #1 Dive Bar in NC - temporarily closed due to Gov. Cooper. 21 and over only, no food.”
- Door 61 locals aangeraden
“Beach bar & grill with seafood, tropical cocktails, sand volleyball courts & live bands.”
- Door 31 locals aangeraden
Boot of veerboot
“USS North Carolina (BB-55) was the lead ship of the North Carolina class of fast battleships, the first vessel of the type built for the United States Navy.”
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