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Fort Fisher Historical Site in North Carolina
(910) 251-7340

View the remains of the earthen fort that kept the Cape Fear River and the port of Wilmington open to blockade runners until January 15, 1865. Those runners delivered vital supplies to the Confederate armies until that fateful day. The North Carolina Underwater Archaeology headquarters may also be found on the property.

Seafood dish from a fine dining establishment
(910) 278-7770

Island Way is an oceanfront, fine dining restaurant restaurant serving up seafood and steak with terrific views.

Mushroom swiss burger
(910) 363-4402

The Blue Cow Grille is a hip eatery offering fantastic burgers and special options like Gluten Free Bread and Quinoa burgers.

Fort Dobbs in North Carolina

Brunswick Town, a colonial site dating from 1772 to 1776, served as a Cape Fear River port. Fort Anderson, built atop the old village site was a Confederate fortification and part of the Cape Fear Defense System until the Civil War engagement of February 1865.

Fisherman holding a catch
910-214-1504

Cape Fear Charter Company is a fishing charter guide service located in Southport, NC that specializes in light tackle fishing along the...

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