Visited by thousands of NC bound vacationers and the permanent home to many, the Crystal Coast is situated along North Carolina’s Southern Outer Banks. Comprised of the mainland communities of Beaufort, Morehead City to the east and Cape Carteret, and Swansboro to the west, the Bogue Banks barrier island towns of Atlantic Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, Indian Beach, Salter Path, and Emerald Isle are sandwiched in between. If you’re seeking the ultimate NC beach vacation escape, it’s here on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina!
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So you have rented your Emerald Isle vacation beach house. The car is packed and you’re about to head south. Many of you traveling longer distances hail from Ohio, or maybe Pennsylvania. Why do we know this? Take a glance at the license plates when you arrive in EI. See what I mean? Read the rest of this entry
Comments Off on The Nautical Club Condo UpdatePosted by Bobby Carroll
Many of you have been inquiring about the status of the Nautical Club Condos located in Indian Beach. If you follow Bluewater Real Estate’s tweets, you would have seen their tweet this morning announcing the Ribbon Cutting at The Nautical Club which will take place (tomorrow) Thursday, April 25th at 4:30pm.
Fall is a terrific time to take an Emerald Isle, NC family vacation! The weather is ideal, the water is still warm and there are plenty of things to do. As seen in the video below, you can toss the football on the beach (ours was blinged out with LEDs), kayak in Bogue Sound, explore islands, ride the waves, bike, play golf and so much more!
What’s your favorite fall activity on Emerald Isle?
Comments Off on Emerald Isle Parrot Head Weekend Aug 3-5, 2012Posted by Bobby Carroll
Headed down to the Crystal Coast of NC this weekend? If so, you might want to check out the Parrot Head Weekend today (Friday, August 3) through Sunday, August 5. The Town of Emerald Isle has even proclaimed this weekend as Emerald Isle Parrot Head Weekend. In it’s proclamation town mayor Arthur B. Schools, Jr encourages all residents and visitors to “enjoy and embrace this weekend in the same way that it will be observed by the Emerald Isle Parrot Head Club – with laughter and good friends – “Party With A Purpose”!”
Comments Off on Emerald Isle, NC Fireworks Display July 4th, 2012Posted by Bobby Carroll
What would the 4th of July Emerald Isle holiday be without a fireworks display off the Bogue Inlet Pier? The great news is you can bring your whole family to see the Emerald Isle 4th of July Fireworks display for 2012! Clearly seen from the Intracoastal Waterway and Bogue Sound, this year’s fireworks will be launched from the Bogue Inlet Pier. Visitors up and down the Emerald Isle coast will be able to catch the display!
With parking a premium, you would be wise to arrive early for parking. The fun begins at 9 PM!
Speaking of parking, be sure to view the Google Map below to help you find the most convenient parking to the Bogue Inlet Pier.
Comments Off on Crystal Coast Fireworks Displays for 2011Posted by Bobby Carroll
Here is a quick update. For everyone who has been calling me, the Emerald Isle, NC July 4, 2011 fireworks display will occur this year off the Bogue Inlet Pier at 9PM Monday night. If you’re leaving the Crystal Coast Sunday, it’s a shame as you’ll miss the sight of the fireworks being launched over the Atlantic Ocean.
Shoot and Tell!
If you happen to take any photos of the 4th of July fireworks celebration in Emerald Isle (like the one to the right that I took several years ago), be sure to email me those photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll post your photos here on the Crystal Coast Blog for all to see!
Everyone have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July 2011!