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Old 05-29-2009, 11:22 AM
 
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Hi. I will heading to Emerald Isle this weekend..first time. Once over the bridge (58) how will I know when to park and hit the beach? The map shows a long stretch of land. Are there parking spots/beaches that are better than others? I have read some other posts mentioning Indian Beach. Thanks.
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Old 05-29-2009, 11:57 AM
 
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this following is from a previous thread on the raleigh board. the link should be of some assistance, though:
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This will list you all the beach access and facilities on the Bogue Banks (Crystal Coast). From Fort Macon at the north end, to Emerald Isle in the south.

Beach Access | Crystal Coast NC | Emerald Isle NC | Outer Banks (http://www.crystalcoastnc.org/visitorservices/beachaccess/ - broken link)

Also if you make it down there you might want to hop on over to Beaufort and check out the NC maritime museum, and get a boat ride out to Shackleford Banks and see the wild horses. Also check out the NC aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores

Edit: Also, Check out Fort Macon. There bathhouse is my fav public facility on the Crystal Coast, though I think the beach access at the fort itself is most picturesque b/c of the rocks, though you can't swim at that one. I find the access at new bern st to be the least crowded during the summer peak, though. This is all on the Atlantic Beach part of the island, which i grew up close too. I miss the old Circle Amusement Park and Jungle Land.
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