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Kure Beach Pier

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candycorn1 wrote a review Nov 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania320 contributions66 helpful votes
Kure Beach is beautiful but the only attraction is this pier. No shops, a few restaurants. You gotta like to fish to hang out here. Beautiful homes line this stretch of beach in NC.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Onthewater wrote a review Oct 2020
Richmond, Virginia28 contributions8 helpful votes
Kure Beach was great. The fishing pier was free to walk on and watch the anglers from a distance. The beach was clean, ocean surf was very relaxing. A great bonus is that parking was free and plentiful, unlike Wrightsville Beach which charges $5 per hour.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Katie W wrote a review Oct 2020
Liberty,NC29 contributions13 helpful votes
I love that this pier is free to just walk on. We have school age kids and they just want to walk down and back. Be aware, serious fishermen use this pier and it can be crowded. Watch out for hooks on poles being cast!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jedellis wrote a review Oct 2020
Chapel Hill, North Carolina71 contributions10 helpful votes
Very well maintained pier, long and safe. Benches are on both sides, lights and plenty of extras. Bait and gift shop. Parking can be a bit of an adventure, but available. The staff is helpful and friendly. Only allows one fishing rod per person, all day fee.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Linda S wrote a review Sep 2020
Kernersville, North Carolina94 contributions17 helpful votes
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What a great deal!! The longest Atlantic pier. Originally built in 1925, wonderfully maintain wooden pier. COVID messed with some of it’s operations, but they are trying hard to keep everyone safe—masks required. Hand sanitizer provided at the door. Free strolling. $8 fee to fish—one rod, no alcohol. What a bargain!! I like be this place!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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