Young and old alike, if you’ve ever been to the beach you’ve likely practiced the art of Conchology – the hobby of collecting shells. Looking for that perfect sea shell to commemorate that perfect day is a favorite past time of Oak Island locals and...
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People-First Tourism, Inc. in conjunction with NC State University’s Fork to Farmer project released research from its 2019 Vacationer Supported Agriculture program for Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties in southeastern North Carolina, awarding an honorable mention to Margaret Rudd & Associates during its first year of participation.
We've got all the details on where to rent beach wheel chairs on Oak Island, NC, beach access points and more.
Home to a variety of marine life and birds, Oak Island is a true nature lover's haven. Here are some of the most beloved and prominent wildlife you can see while visiting this beautiful region of coastal North Carolina.
While we work at home, limit our outings to essential errands and do our part to protect our most vulnerable community members, the staff at Margaret Rudd & Associates can’t help but think ahead to the future. We miss seeing our clients and community members,...
Now called the Granddad of all North Carolina King Mackerel fishing competitions, the US Open King Mackerel Tournament attracts 400 boats, fishing enthusiasts and visitors looking for excitement during their Oak Island vacation.
Completed in 1958, the Oak Island Lighthouse stands high above our gorgeous beaches illuminating our shores. As the last lighthouse built in North Carolina, it is a sight to behold and a popular tourist attraction for visitors to our area.
Offering everything from girls’ night parties, company events, live event paintings, open studio hours, and much more – Pescado Y Amor is the perfect place for your unique experience here on Oak Island.
Why not join Margaret Rudd & Associates for the official NC 4th of July Festival in Southport NC where you can bask in the patriotic spirit of this gorgeous maritime community?