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March
22

The Southport, NC area offers no shortage of outdoor adventure. For anyone looking for ways to stay active and enjoy some time in the great outdoors, it's hard to imagine a better place. From lush forests and rugged trails to beautiful parks and beaches, there's so much to choose from on the North Carolina coast. Our real estate agents are delighted to share some of their favorite outdoor destinations in the Southport area.

  • Lowe-White Memorial Park - 211 E Leonard St, Southport, NC 28461
    A small, tranquil park in the heart of Southport, Lowe-White Memorial Park is great for anyone in need of a quiet spot that feels far from civilization (without actually being that far away). Just minutes from many Southport homes for sale, the park spans about 2 acres and offers a beautiful hiking loop through shady woods, as well as tennis courts, a half basketball court, picnic areas, and a playground.

  • Spring Lake Park - 210 Pine Rd, Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461
    Just 15 minutes from Southport in the community of Boiling Spring Lakes, Spring Lake Park is a wild destination with many opportunities to reconnect with nature. Spring Lake Park is a 6,000-acre preserve home to an incredible range of plants and animals, including red-cockaded woodpeckers and the rare Venus flytrap. Keep an eye out for them as you walk or jog the park's popular 2.9-mile loop trail.

  • Dutchman Creek Park - 4750 Fish Factory Rd SE, Southport, NC 28461
    Encompassing 30 acres along the banks of its namesake stream, Dutchman Creek Park offers solitude and ample opportunities to explore. In addition to a great trail system that threads through the woods, this park is known as a great fishing spot and is also a popular place to launch canoes and kayaks on Dutchman Creek. The creek connects with the Intracoastal Waterway, providing access to many miles of calm, easily navigable waters.

  • Southport Waterfront Park -146-176 E Bay St, Southport, NC 28461
    Overlooking the Cape Fear River in the heart of Downtown Southport, 9-acre Waterfront Park offers an opportunity to connect with nature that's close to home. The park includes beach access and a popular fishing pier, but it also marks the beginning of the Southport Riverwalk, a picturesque trail that follows the shoreline through a variety of wild habitats and landscapes. The area around the trail is a designated Site of Interest on the NC Birding Trail.

  • Keziah Memorial Park - 113 W Moore St, Southport, NC 28461
    A 4-acre park not far from Downtown Southport, the Keziah Memorial Park is a popular place to go for a quiet stroll or picnic. Its most famous attraction is the Indian Tree, which is known for being one of the largest and oldest trees in the region. The park has shady walking paths and numerous picnic benches.

  • Brunswick Nature Park - 2601 River Rd SE, Winnabow, NC 28479
    Just 20 minutes from Southport, Brunswick Nature Park spans 911 acres and is home to some of the wildest landscape in the Cape Fear Region. The park is home to a vast trail system, including the 5.5-mile Brunswick Nature Trail and more than 7 miles of single-track trails for mountain biking. The park is also a popular canoe and kayak launch site and a gateway to paddling adventures on the Cape Fear River.

Contact us today to learn more about all the adventures that await you in the Southport area. If you're ready to find your dream home on the North Carolina coast, our team of real estate agents is here to help every step of the way.