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Old 12-04-2007, 09:22 PM
 
Location: Ellicott City MD
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Hey, you all forgot to mention the beaches in Brunswick county, what's up with that? Best beaches on the Carolina Coast, if I do say so myself.
The original link that Lamishra posted has the Brunswick County beaches listed.

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NC Beaches and North Carolina's Coast, Outer Banks, Crystal Coast, Topsail, Cape Fear, Brunswick Islands (http://www.visitnc.com/where_to_go_coast.asp - broken link)
Here's a great link for you to explore what the NC coast has to offer (which is a lot!)
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Old 09-18-2010, 03:02 PM
 
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From Raleigh, the beach is a two hour straight drive on I-40 East to Wilmington (Wrightsville Beach). Its about a four hour drive to Mrytle Beach, SC and roughly a five hour drive to the beautiful outer banks. Oh yes, plenty of nature parks all up and down the NC coast.

You'll love it!
You can drive to North Myrtle Beach in around 3 hours by going down I-40 and get off on the new Castle Haynes Bypass.... and you can get to Nags Head in 3 hours now that Raleigh has the new 264 Bypass
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Old 09-18-2010, 03:04 PM
 
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The closest beach is Wrightsville--about 1 hr, 40 minutes from where I live (just west of Raleigh). The Outer Banks are further, but well worth it. Much of the Outer Banks charm is the isolation (jutting out in to the Atlantic)...a little more driving but bigger payoff. Blue Ridge Mountains are easy to access as well. The Triangle's location is one of it's greatest assets IMO.

Oh, here's a great park in the Triangle--the Eno.
[URL="http://www.enoriver.org/eno/River/about.html"]About the Eno River[/URL]

Nags Head is only 3 hours from Raleigh with the new 264 Bypass
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