Things to do in Kure Beach, NC
With dozens of nearby restaurants, local shops, and special events, figuring out exactly what you should do with your time in Kure Beach can be overwhelming! We’ve put together a few ideas to help you plan your days at the Pier, and beyond.
Caribbean-influenced fare with a seafood emphasis served in colorful digs with a second-floor deck. Jack Mackerels offers casual dining in a festive atmosphere. From steaks to seafood we serve only the freshest creations. Sit inside or out and enjoy the sea-breeze as you taste our award winning chowder or fresh seafood dishes. Website: https://www.jackmacksgrill.com/Read More
Here at Fish Witch Charters, we specialize in Carolina Beach Fishing Charters that catch fish. Our charters offer a wide variety of services and the best in sport fishing. Whether you’re looking for a fun day of offshore fishing or just a half day of inshore fishing or sightseeing, we can make your “fishing dreams” […]Read More
Hi-Tech is just a stone’s throw from the Kure Pier’s front door, located just 100 foot up the sidewalk. It is a modern arcade with over 30 up to date games. Stop in and try your luck. 910-458-6801 109 K Ave. Kure Beach, NC 28449 Hours: 11am – Midnight Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/HiTech-Arcade/335063276579715Read More
Knitting by the Sea is a small crafting group interested in fellowship and to share beautiful yarn items. All knitting and crochet enthusiast are welcome. The group is willing to help folks wanting to learn. Bring your current project and craft among friends. The group meets at the Community Center on the last Wednesday of […]
Sunrise Flow Yoga, which is held on Thursdays at 7:30 AM on the beach, is canceled this Thursday, July 18th.
The NC Department of Health & Human Services Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is presenting a Rip Current Safety & Beach Yoga program at the Kure Beach Ocean Front Park on Saturday, July 13th. The program is scheduled from 10 AM until 12 PM and is free to attend. […]
The county’s ‘HazWagon’ service will be at Town Hall tomorrow, Saturday, July 6th from 10 am to 2 pm. This is a wonderful opportunity to dispose of household hazardous waste, electronics and food waste, free of charge. The ‘Hazwagon’ service will be available on a regular basis on the first Saturday of every month.
Hear from our friends...
Our family has spent many summer days hanging by the pier and we plan to spend many more.
Sean Cook | Kure Beach Resident
Man, you should have been here last week...