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National Walking Day


Posted: April 03, 2019 by Honor Rudd

In celebration of National Walking Day, we asked our agents and staff to tell us about their favorite places to go for a stroll in beautiful, scenic Southeastern North Carolina. The picturesque Cape Fear Region offers vast and varied environments for a leisurely amble, from bustling town centers, to historic downtown Wilmington, from trails that wind among majestic pine forests, to miles of sandy coastline--if you’re up for a walk, we have a lovely route to suite your tastes!  

 


“My wife Diane and I love to walk by Osprey Lake in Waterford of the Carolinas. From our house around the lake and back is two and a quarter miles.”

--Francis Reck

 

“I love a walk on the Surf City Pier with a cone of ice cream... whether it's to see what kind of fish are biting, just for the views, or to go to the end and think about how another whole continent is on the other side of that water, it makes you seem insignificant in the grand scheme of things.”

--Christina Asbury

 

“I love to walk to the River House in Winding River Plantation with my husband and our little dog Carlos. Our house is a short walk from there and we get to watch the Intracoastal Waterway sunsets and wildlife. It’s so calm and peaceful, we got to see dolphins pass through there the other day. It’s just beautiful and breathtaking! It’s one of the many reasons we love North Carolina! I also love to walk to the Kindred Spirit Mailbox. It's wonderful, peaceful, and serene.”

--Lisa Damico

 


“Love a sunset walk on my Oak Island”

--Marsha Lovin Ferrell

 


“Wilmington is such a great place to live because it offers different types of places to go enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Whether you want to go for a run around the Wrightsville Beach Loop or walk the dog on the beach or even go to Carolina Beach and explore Carolina Beach state park, there are numerous places to go and take in the scenic beauty of Southeastern North Carolina.

--Kevin Black

 

“River walk at River Bluffs”

--Catherine Lea

 

“Walking on the waterfront and through the historic areas in Southport”

--Lisa Faile

 


“Carolina Beach State Park — with my pup Izzy.”

--Mary Blake

 

“North end of Wrightsville Beach Access 2 past Shell Island toward Figure 8.”

--Tim Howard

 


“The south end of Wrightsville Beach is my favorite, the sound of the ocean has always had a healing, calming effect on me.”

--Lynne Shaw

 

“Lea Island just south of Topsail. It is only accessible by boat. This is also both of my dogs' favorite place. They can run free with no leash laws.”

--Tanner Gray

 


“My family loves the New Brunswick Riverwalk! Beautiful views of the Cape Fear, fishing, and nice play areas for kids!”

--Katie Loftis

 


“The Wilmington Riverwalk is one of my favorite places to walk and a nice sunset is always a plus!”

--Adam Bennett

 


"What I lovingly refer to as the Southport loop!"

--Shelly Morrow

 

“The Point on Oak Island--walking along the inlet, you see how the end of the island is constantly shifting. And the sunsets are spectacular!”

--Cheri Ewald, Support Specialist, Oak Island Office

 

“Love the nature walk in Brunswick Forest!”

--Karen Coyle

 


“The trails to and around Ft Fisher Hermit grave on CB”

-- Lynne Yauger-Klos, Client Care Specialist, Brett Knowles Team

 

“When I was pregnant, I liked walking around the lake at Smith Creek Park. Not only does it have some relaxing views and a nice path away from cars but there are tons of Pokestops too.”

--Meghan Riley, Client Care, The Cameron Team

 

“Mayfaire Shopping Center is a lot of fun for something different from time to time!”

--Daria Utz, Marketing Director, Domin & Schwartz Real Estate Group

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