Just Imagine March at Sunset Beach!
Just imagine 70 degree sunshine, a wide open beach, flowers coming to life, wildlife visible again and practically having an island to yourself. That's what life is like in March at Sunset Beach, NC. A better indication of spring's arrival than the likes of a groundhog's shadow, are the gators in the sun and the dolphins in the waterway. Makes you just say "Ahhhhh...Spring is here!" Funny how quick the seasons seem to change and the warm air blows in. Hey you, why imagine it when you can be here too? Sunset Beach officially invites you to head to our 2 1/2 mile island to see the Kindred Spirit, Beautiful Bird Island, the growing beaches and so much more. There are many spring local events providing entertainment for all types. We have attached a schedule of them to this blog, but be sure to check for exact dates.
The new Sunset Beach Bridge work continues and the spans are all almost completely in place. Some days there are spectators parked for hours entranced at the bridge work in progress. Each day work is visible and interesting, anticipating the final completion. After speaking with English Construction, they are confident that traffic will be traveling on the new bridge before the fall season arrives. Many questions have been raised about the old bridge, with no definite answers yet. What will happen to the old Sunset Beach Bridge? North Carolina Dept. of Transportation gets to decide the fate of our beloved Bridge.
Spring in all it's splendor won't last long. Before we know it, the hot summer will be upon us. Spring Break, Easter Break, use any reason you can to get away to Sunset Beach in the spring and you won't be disappointed. Why imagine March at Sunset Beach, when you can be here to enjoy it?
Brunswick Islands Home & Garden Show
Battleship NORTH CAROLINA Behind the Scenes Special tour
Taste of Southport
Pi Day at Ingram Planetarium
Amateur Wine Competition Medal Ceremony
Remember When Oldies Music Festival
Southport Spring Festival & Azalea Sale
A Day at The Docks Festival
North Brunswick Spring Festival
North Carolina Azalea Festival