That Coastal Feeling
The Brunswick Islands are so much more than a location. They're a feeling. Of coming over the bridge or getting a fish on the line. Of slow morning walks, breezy sunsets and sun-kissed faces. Each town has a charm all its own, but somehow they all feel like home.
Tucked away in a canopy of live oaks, you'll find the nostalgic seaside town of Oak Island. The largest of Brunswick County's barrier islands, Oak Island is known for dog friendly beaches, excellent fishing and ample room to roam - both in the water and ashore.
Situated on the east end of Oak Island, lies the picturesque town of Caswell Beach - home to 4 miles of quiet beaches, 10 acres of maritime forest and the stately Oak Island Lighthouse.
Bald Head Island
Two miles off the coast of Southport, across the Cape Fear River, lies the subtropical BHI. With 10,000 untouched acres of beach, marsh and maritime forest, Bald Head Island pays breathtaking homage to the region's natural beauty.