Fort Fisher State Recreation Area
1000 Loggerhead Road
Kure Beach, NC 28449 910-458-5798
GPS 33° 58'03.60" N 77° 55'15.81" W
( Entrance to Fort Fisher )
Fort Fisher State Recreation Area can be accessed via the ferry out of Southport or by driving directly from New Hanover County to the north.
See North Carolina Ferry Schedules
Beach Driving Fees
Beach Driving Application
Rinsing showers, 23 picnic tables, grills and restrooms
Fishing is permitted at the pedestrian beach and fourwheel drive beach. Catches include bluefish, red drum, black drum, pompano, speckled trout, and Virginia mullet. Fishing is best in the fall and spring seasons. Please be sure you have the proper North Carolina fishing license in hand.
|North Carolina Saltwater Fishing Regulations||Safe Handling of Self Caught Seafood|
|Areas in Brunswick County, North Carolina Include; Antioch,Ash, Batarora, Bell Swamp, Belville, Bishop, Biven, Bolivia, Bonaparte Landing, Boones Neck, Bowensville, Brunswick Station, Calabash, Camp Branch, Carolina Shores, Caswell Beach, Cedar Grove Cedar Hill, Civietown, Clairmont, Clarendon, Coolvale, Doe Creek, Eastbrook, Easy Hill, Holden Beach, Leland, Long Beach, Longwood, Maco, Navassa, Northwest, Ocean Isle Beach, Piney Grove, Sandy Creek, Shallotte, Southport, St James, Supply, Sunset Beach, Sunset Harbor, Thomasboro, Varnamtown, Winnabow and Yaupon Beach.|
|Bodies of Brackish and Saltwater in Brunswick County, North Carolina Include; Atlantic Ocean, Brunswick River, Calabash River, Cape Fear, Denis Creek, Eastern Channel, Elizabeth River, Intercoastal Waterway, Little River, Lockwoods Folly Inlet, Old Mill Creek, Piney Point Creek, Saucepan Creek, Shallotte River and Spring Branch.|