OAK ISLAND, NC IN 4K
Family trip to Oak Island North Carolina to visit mom on her 79th birthday. This is a drone video of Oak Island, a seaside town located mostly on the barrier island of Oak Island, in Brunswick County, North Carolina, United States. The town extends onto the mainland north of the island's bridge. Oak Island is unique in that it faces South and offers amazing sunrises and sunsets.
This video was produced by Georgia Drone Services, a company that specializes in aerial and indoor photography and video production. They can be reached at 678-898-4001 or by visiting
Oak Island Lighthouse Drone Footage - Caswell Beach, NC
NORTH CAROLINA BEACHES - SURF WITH SARAHHTRANTV!
So we are partnering with Visit North Carolina (@visitnc) to do a massive road trip all around the entire state! We will be starting in Charlotte, driving through the mountains and then heading east towards the coast. I can't wait to share the amazing stories with you guys!
Places we've visited today are:
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Welcome to the Crystal Coast of North Carolina
Tour the Crystal Coast from a different view. Take in the beauty of the Eastern Coast of North Carolina from the aerial perspective of a video drone. Sore above sailboats and cruise along the shore, take in sights as if you’re toes were in our sand. The amount of activities available to you are endless when you vacation here, take a kayak tour, go deep sea fishing, stand up paddle board, walk the streets of Downtown Beaufort, and relax in a coastal cottage home away from home. Vacation with Bluewater to find what Coastal Living’s really like.
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Alligator Adventure - North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Learn More about Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!
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Alligator Adventure is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world! This attraction is far beyond a few alligators in the swamp as you are going to see all sorts of wildlife, tons of beautiful alligators (including an albino alligator), and a beautiful area for the animals that will leave you impressed. There are plenty of species of alligators as well as frogs, lizards, turtles, emu's, wolves, birds, and more. Alligator Adventure puts on live shows as well so you can see Alligators be fed.
Carolina Beach, NC
Explore Carolina Beach, North Carolina -- a small beach town located just a few miles south of Wilmington, NC. With plenty of family-oriented events and activities year-round, Carolina Beach is a favorite place for vacationers and full-time residents.
Visit Carolina Beach, North Carolina
See slightly out of the ordinary places and local characters that give Carolina Beach its iconic personality. Bring back memories of the beach you had as a kid!
North Topsail Beach, NC
If you're looking for a wide beach, with beautiful surf, few people, and great rental options...let me introduce you to North Topsail Beach in Onslow County. It is gorgeous - without the crowds of other beaches in the area!
Places to see in ( North Myrtle Beach - USA )
Places to see in ( North Myrtle Beach - USA )
North Myrtle Beach is a city in South Carolina. It’s part of the Grand Strand, a 60-mile string of Atlantic beaches. Downtown, Main Street is lined with shops, eateries and bars. Alligator Adventure is an animal park featuring swamps with reptiles, plus live shows. By the ocean, O.D. Pavilion Amusement Park offers fairground rides and traditional snacks. Nearby McLean Park has a lake and picnic shelters.
Prior to incorporation in 1968 North Myrtle Beach consisted of the individual towns of Cherry Grove Beach, Ocean Drive Beach, Crescent Beach, and Windy Hill Beach. It is part of the Grand Strand, and usually advertised along with Myrtle Beach on the whole. Once there however, you'll see that it has a distinctly separate personality of its own. More laid back than it's big sister you'll find that it is a close knit community with lots of community involvement, pride and spirit. There is more of a true family atmosphere and a less transient feel in the area.
Closer to the North Carolina border, commercial and residential development is not quite as advanced yet as Myrtle Beach proper since the city tries to balance that growth with quality of life for their residents. As desirable available waterfront property is rapidly disappearing however, North Myrtle Beach is also taking advantage of the current real estate market and adding marinas on the Intracoastal Waterway along with upscale housing and resort accommodations to keep up with demand.
The major area airport is Myrtle Beach International (MYR). Located about 15 miles south of the North Myrtle Beach border and east of Bypass Hwy. 17, it is served by the following airlines: Delta, Continental, Northwest, Spirit, and U.S. Air. Direct flights may be difficult to find depending on the season, but flying to a major hub such as Atlanta then taking a short hop to the area should not be a problem.
Travel around North Myrtle Beach is best done with your own or a rented vehicle. Although taxi service is available, it can be a bit expensive. Yellow Cab of North Myrtle Beach (843-420-1200) operates in the area. Livery service is also available for hire. Be sure to call ahead with your itinerary for reservations, especially when making travel arrangements for a large group.
Besides the obvious choices of visiting the beach or playing golf, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your visit to North Myrtle Beach. Summer visitors enjoy watersports ranging from deep sea or sport fishing on Capt. Juel's Charters or the Hurricane Fleet out of Little River Inlet, or jet ski rentals, parasailing, and banana boat rides through Bob's Watersports in Cherry Grove or MB Watersports in Little River. Year round from the Little River Inlet you can test your luck on casino cruises by the Southern Elegance fleet, although most prefer the SunCruz Casino. Along the Intracoastal Waterway you can take scenic or dinner cruises on the Barefoot Princess. Family activities in the area include mini-golf venues, the arcade in the Crescent Shores section at Ocean Drive Pavilion, and a visit to Alligator Adventure. There's plenty of shopping in the area, from outlet malls to art galleries and antiquing. Live theatre includes shows at the Alabama Theatre, the House of Blues, and Tribute! right on Main Street. Horseback riding is available in the Cherry Grove section at Inlet Point Plantation Stables. If you don't mind a short ride over the border to Sunset Beach, North Carolina, then don't miss the chance to visit the Ingram Planetarium. Motorcycle enthusiasts will enjoy Bike Week each May and October in addition to the Atlantic Beach Bikefest over Memorial Day Weekend.
A lot to see in North Myrtle Beach such as :
Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station
O.D. Pavilion Amusement Park
North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex
Heritage Shores Nature Preserve
Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure - North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex
Cherry Grove Oceanfront Park
Hawaiian Rumble Golf & Batting Cages
Lost Treasure Golf
Professor Hacker's Dinosaur Adventure Golf
The Big M Casino
Mutiny Bay Miniature Golf
The Big M Casino Ship II
Bird Island Reserve
Oyster Bay Golf Links
( North Myrtle Beach - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting North Myrtle Beach . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in North Myrtle Beach - USA
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2018: Year of the Dog | Outer Banks Pet Friendly Rentals | Beach Realty NC
The Outer Banks of North Carolina is a great place to bring your furry friend on vacation with you! This year we are including a collapsible water bowl, and a bag dispenser in our guest bag if you are bringing a pet with you. Check us out with the links below!
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