Topsail Island is a 26-mile (41.8 km) long barrier island off the coast of North Carolina, USA just south of Camp Lejeune, the Bogue Banks, and the Outer Banks. The northeastern edge of the island is the New River Inlet, and the southwestern edge is Topsail Inlet. It is separated from the mainland by a series of small sounds and channels that make up a portion of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
It contains the communities of North Topsail Beach, Surf City and Topsail Beach. Along with its thick maritime forests, Topsail Island is also a sanctuary for sea turtles and known for its beautiful beaches. The island lies in Onslow County in the north, and in Pender County in the south. There are only two ways on and off the island: a bridge in Surf City, and one in North Topsail Beach.
Breathtaking panoramic views of the ICWW and Topsail Island. Enjoy watching the parade of yachts making their way north for the summer and south for the winter. A pair of...
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