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Old 05-12-2010, 11:28 AM
 
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howdy all i am from corpus christi texas and now live in new mexico which i hate lol

im 24 and wanting to move back to the beach but wanted to try north carolina out

i am a massage therapist and love to camp and just beach activities
i was looking into wilmington and i love the area but want to keep my options open so i would love to here about the places i listed above ive checked them out online but want actual feedback from people that live there or have been there before and there advice

i also liked wilmington cause of its afordable housing
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:55 PM
 
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Holden, Sunset and Ocean Isle are very seasonal and very small, busy in the summer and almost deserted in the winter. Oak Island/Caswell Beach is a larger island with a much larger full time population but is definately the "redneck" beach of Brunswick County. If you want a city feel then Wilmington is your best option. All of the Brunswick County beaches you named are fairly rural in comparison to Wilmington.
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