Topsail Island boasts a mild climate of mid-60s in the spring, 65 in the fall, cool winters, and warm, sunny summers, perfect for beach combing, seashell gathering, and hiking.
Kayak and Canoe
Personal boating enthusiasts will enjoy the serene waterways found in Topsail. Bring your canoe or kayak to enjoy the salt marshes, local wildlife and tributaries. Tours/excursions are also available for all experience levels.
Scuba and Snorkel
Escorted dives are popular choices in Topsail. View a torpedoed tanker, Confederate blockade runners, wrecks, and more while assisted by professional scuba instructors. Charters for dive trips are available. Snorkeling will bring you eye-to-eye with local fish species, including damselfish, moray eels, sea fans and conch.
Many golf courses are available to Topsail visitors, including a Four Star course. With well-maintained greens and exciting fairways, everyone from the novice golfer to the experienced pro will enjoy their 9 or 18 holes.
Learn to Surf
Topsail Island offers surf school to island visitors who would like to brave the waves. All experience levels are welcome. Contact schools ahead of time to garner lesson availability--some schools are only open in the summer months and may fill up quickly. Surf shops are also plentiful, offering the latest equipment, clothing and gear.
Where to Stay
Topsail Island offers many vacation rental homes, from sizes appropriate to a single traveler to large families and groups. Whether you would like to be on the beach or within the heart of the town, the perfect home away from home is available via townhome, condo and hotel room rentals.
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