Your spring travel plans may have changed, delaying your family’s first or annual visit to Wrightsville Beach. Even though the beach strand is closed for now, you can still virtually take in panoramic views of the crystal blue waters that make Wrightsville Beach famous, daydreaming of your next visit to our island.
Virtual Tours & Beach Cam
Check out everything Wrightsville Beach has to offer from the comfort of your own home without even downloading an app. With our virtual tour, you can stroll along the beach, get a glimpse of the Crystal Pier or learn more about tours and cruises to embark on when you return.
Kick back and relax with our Wrightsville Beach cam to take in live views of waves crashing under the pier. Rise and shine early to share a virtual sunrise over the ocean with the entire family.
We’re dreaming of sunny days spent lounging in the sand. In the days ahead, we plan to continue sharing beautiful photos and videos of #WrightsvilleBeach on social media. We hope you’re inspired by the scenic views and will think of your next Wrightsville Beach adventure until we can see you again.
The Great Outdoors
For those of you sheltering on the island, there are a variety of outdoor adventures waiting to be explored. From wellness activities to colorful blooms, now is the ideal time to breathe in fresh air and immerse yourself in the great outdoors.
Lace-up your favorite pair of tennis shoes and head to the Wrightsville Beach Loop, a nearly 2.5-mile fitness trail featuring picturesque views of the island’s waterways and marshes. Or, take a scenic bike ride along the 11-mile River to Sea Bikeway beginning at Johnnie Mercers Pier and stretching all the way to nearby Historic Downtown Wilmington.
Lose track of time in Harbor Way Gardens, a one-acre garden located on the west end of Wrightsville Beach Park. Pack your yoga mat and take your practice outdoors to focus on your wellness and reconnect with nature. Then, catch your breath as you relax on the garden’s secluded benches surrounded by shade trees and seasonal blooms.