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Our Charlotte vacation rentals place you in the middle of action-packed sports, natural beauty and family-friendly attractions. iTrip Vacations Charlotte manages vacation rentals in the following areas: Charlotte, Pineville, Mint Hill, Huntersville, Davidson, Lake Norman, Denver, Lowesville, Sherrills Ford, Harrisburg, Kannapolis and Concord.
Charlotte serves as a commercial center in North Carolina. However, visitors also find one of the best places to live and visit in the U.S. The city offers diverse activities paired with world-renown sports, art, culture, green space and lots of local flair.
To start the adventure, plan an outing. Charlotte offers everything from NASCAR to golf, trails, white-water rafting, and outdoor classes and concerts. One popular place for recreation is Lake Norman, North Carolina. Located 20 miles from Uptown Charlotte, this spot provides the perfect place for boating, fishing, paddling and sailing. In addition, Lake Norman welcomes guests to enjoy its attractions, restaurants, shopping and nightlife. Other outdoor attractions near Charlotte include ballparks, stadiums, Carowinds amusement park, Carolina Harbor, and U.S. National Whitewater Center.
Love the mountains? Take a day trip to Asheville and visit Biltmore Estate – America's Largest Home and top attraction in Asheville. Grandfather Mountain, one of the highest peaks in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is 70 miles from Asheville just off Blue Ridge Parkway. Or head to Blowing Rock and experience far-reaching views along Blue Ridge Parkway to the quaint mountain village of Blowing Rock. In this town, find must-sees including Tweetsie Railroad, The Blowing Rock, downtown shops, and outdoor adventure. For winter fun, check out ski lodges in Boone, North Carolina.
When not outdoors enjoying Charlotte's four-season climate, explore museums. They welcome all ages to learn and play. NASCAR Hall of Fame showcases greats in racing. Discovery Place Science helps the world come alive through interactive exhibits. Or get an up-close look at North Carolina's famed aviation industry at Carolinas Aviation Museum. In addition, guests enjoy visiting Billy Graham Library, Camp North End and Sea Life Charlotte-Concord Aquarium.
Need some retail therapy or special gifts? Don't miss Charlotte's raved-about shopping scene. The area houses shopping centers with designers, big-box stores, and locally owned boutiques for souvenir shopping. Charlotte Premium Outlets has name brands at big discounts. Then browse hundreds of stores at Southpark Mall, Northlake Mall and Concord Mills, the area's largest mall. For local goodies, stop by Charlotte Regional Farmers Market.
While seeing the best of the city, don't forget to sample Charlotte's breweries, restaurants and vineyards. Our Charlotte vacation rental guests love trying everything Queen City offers. A booming craft beer industry has put Charlotte on the map for beer lovers. Then order entrees made by award-winning chefs and local legends. The region also has a reputation for tasty steak and seafood, Southern-style barbecue, and international flavors. For more fun, visit bars, pubs and distilleries.
Those who book a Charlotte vacation rental also have access to year-round events and festivals. Motor sports are huge here, as crowds flock to Charlotte Motor Speedway and zMax Dragway. If not into racing, watch NFL's Carolina Panthers, NBA's Charlotte Hornets, minor-league baseball, hockey, lacrosse and soccer.
Charlotte, Lake Norman and Concord also welcome visitors to celebrate the best food, drinks, culture, live music and local living. The area is home to fun-filled festivals such as Charlotte Film Festival, Carolina Renaissance Festival, Oktoberfest, Moo and Brew, BOOM Fest, Charlotte Jazz Festival, 600 Festival, and Taste of Charlotte.
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Crystal Coast vacation rentals enable guests to experience one of the most beautiful areas in North Carolina! iTrip Vacations NC Crystal Coast manages vacation rentals in 11 distinct communities, including Emerald Isle, Indian Beach, Atlantic Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, Salter Path, Harkers Island, Down East, Beaufort and Morehead City.
The Crystal Coast is centered on Bogue Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, and offers more than 85 miles of waters for visitors to enjoy exciting activities such as kayaking, scuba diving, parasailing, riding jet skis, skydiving, surfing, shelling and watching marine life. Boating is extremely popular. There are charters, sightseeing cruises and boat rentals that give visitors easy access to the water. Or bring your boat and enjoy public boat ramps located throughout the area.
In addition, the area hosts a variety of sport fishing tournaments that bring action-packed adventure to serious anglers, celebrities and spectators. For recreational fishing along Crystal Coast, many visitors take advantage of Oceanana and Bogue Inlet fishing piers, which extend into the Atlantic Ocean. These are also ideal places to catch beautiful sunsets and enjoy the sound of waves.
The Crystal Coast region is best known for its beautiful beaches. All communities offer popular beach hangouts and remote shores off the beaten path. A Crystal Coast vacation will not feel complete without visiting Cape Lookout National Seashore and “Diamond Lady” Lighthouse, located at the southernmost part of the outer banks. Visitors also enjoy observing the wild banker horses that live at Shackelford Banks. Both of these attractions can be accessed by a short 20-minute ferry ride from Beaufort and feature some of the best shelling in the area.
When not playing in the water, enjoy other activities. The Crystal Coast is where Blackbeard’s pirate ship Queen Anne’s Revenge ran aground in 1718. North Carolina Maritime Museum provides exhibits about the culture and history of the area. Additionally, Beaufort is one of the oldest cities in North Carolina, established in 1713, and has numerous historical sites.
Other notable attractions near our Crystal Coast vacation rentals include Fort Macon State Park, History Museum of Carteret County and Core Sound Waterfowl Museum. Also, don’t miss North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores, an interactive place for learning and making memories. For more fun, try the miniature golf courses, Salty Pirate Water Park, horseback riding, and an abundance of biking and walking paths.
For foodies, Crystal Coast does not disappoint. From low-key, mom-and-pop restaurants to upscale bistros, there is an option to satisfy everyone. Most restaurants offer casual atmospheres, and many host live music during the week. Top-rated favorites include The Trading Post, Fish Hut Grill, The Dock House, Gaffers, Kathryn’s Bistro and Martini Bar, Ruddy Duck Tavern, and The Boro.
In need of retail therapy? Historic Beaufort and nearby Swansboro feature quaint downtown areas with locally owned boutiques. For a bustling community, check out Morehead City. This beach town has boutiques and live entertainment with local flair.
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Book your North Carolina Beaches vacation rental and make lifelong memories in the Cape Fear region! iTrip Vacations rentals provide access to inviting beaches, remote islands and historic destinations in North Carolina. We have rentals located in Bald Head Island, Carolina Beach, Figure 8 Island, Kure Beach, Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington.
One popular North Carolina beach vacation destination is Bald Head Island where the most popular ways to get around are via bikes, golf carts and walking. This coastal location features 14 miles of beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, rolling golf greens and lots of opportunities for boating, kayaking, sailing, fishing and sightseeing.
Carolina Beach sits between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its location, the area welcomes families to go boating, fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and surfing. When not playing in the water, check out the year-round entertainment, shopping, and dining at the award-winning boardwalk and pier.
Those who vacation in Figure 8 Island won't find large commercial development or traffic. This beach destination preserves its native plants and wildlife, and ranks as a top spot for dolphins and sea turtles, kayaking, surfing, biking, shelling, and birdwatching. Our Figure 8 Island rentals are also in proximity to a yacht club, tennis courts, boat ramps, golf and restaurants.
Known as “North Carolina's small wonder,” Kure Beach's location between the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Fear River, provides opportunities for boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming and scuba. Those with children should visit Ocean Front Park, a public park with a boardwalk, an on-site playground, swings and rain gardens. During the summer, the park also hosts free concerts and programs.
Wrightsville Beach – situated between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean – offers visitors abundant water recreation options. Top activities include boating, fishing, sailing, stand-up paddleboarding, surfing and windsurfing. Families can also explore the Wrightsville Beach Park, Wrightsville Beach Museum of History and the Wrightsville Beach Arboretum.
Near all of our North Carolina Beaches vacation rentals is historic Wilmington. Families will find abundant water recreation activities and dozens of natural areas perfect for hiking and biking. In Wilmington, guests can bike or hike from the river to the sea, take scenic cruises, and go on walking tours that explore architecture, food, history and more. Wilmington is home to Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, Bellamy Mansion, Cape Fear Museum, Wilmington Railroad Museum and the Children's Museum of Wilmington.
Other nearby family-friendly attractions are the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, Fort Fisher State Recreation Area, North Carolina Military History Museum, and the 18-hole disc golf course at Joe Eakes Park.
The area's food scene beckons foodies to experience Southern favorites and rich dishes. Our North Carolina Beaches vacation rentals are located near hundreds of restaurants serving everything from fresh seafood and international flavors to burger hot spots and upscale waterfront dining options.
Our guests also enjoy celebrating the region's culture through annual events. While visiting North Carolina Beaches, check out the Wilmington Wine and Food Festival, brewery and winery tours, the North Carolina Jazz Festival, Carolina Beach Music Festival, Kure Beach Street Festival and Cape Fear Blues Festival.
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