Hammocks Beach State Park

Hammocks Beach State Park(Swansboro)

Hammocks Beach State Park
4.5
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Teakwo23
佛罗里达达尼丁4,229 条分享
2022年5月 • 家庭
$2 entry and worth it. Sand has some sharp shells and there are rocks out about 100 feet in the water. The waves are big and the beach is clean.
撰写日期:2022年5月14日
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Mr.S Travel Quest
德克萨斯州圣安吉洛145 条分享
2021年6月
Taking a ferry to bear island is a treat in itself. If you're looking for a clean beach that's not crowded then come check out Hammocks Beach State Park. The park is rich with history too.
撰写日期:2021年11月23日
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Sousabby
卡罗莱纳州卡瑞112 条分享
2021年8月
This was such a great find and have been telling everyone about this. It is a hidden treasure. We parked in the state park, took a ferry ride to Bear Island. The ocean breeze on the ride is amazing. The ferry drops off and then you need to walk a mile to the beach. Plan your trip accordingly- take kids in the stroller or get a cart to carry your belongings. The sand is white, the sea bed is flat up until 50-60 feet. The beaches in Wilmington/Myrtle beach have a slope and have tons of sediments when waves hit and kid of poke the skin. The water in the beach is clear and no sediment at all.. The beach is FANTASTIC and the best part is the crowd( little to none at all). There are some interesting exhibits at the main office as well.

What I liked:
- Ferry ride
- Less crowd
- Flat beach
- Absolutely clear water and no poky sediments
-Clean restroom and adequate showers.
-Amazing sand dunes and white sand

Tips:
Bring a plastic bag to carry your trash bag.
If kids are young, bring a stroller and/or cart to carry your items .Its a mile walk from ferry junction and can be tiring on hot days.
撰写日期:2021年8月30日
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Rally276
卡罗莱纳州罗利36 条分享
2021年8月 • 家庭
I’ve been to many NC beaches but Bear Island has got to be the most beautiful. What a gorgeous spot, incredibly tranquil and the picnic spots were wonderful. The ferry ride over was very nice, just a short 15 min ride (no cars, people only). So glad we had the chance to visit!
撰写日期:2021年8月13日
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Renee E
卡罗莱纳州Reidsville4 条分享
2021年7月
This is absolutely the most beautiful beach I've been to in North Carolina. Travel ride by ferry and enjoy your day!
撰写日期:2021年7月14日
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Foster E
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2020年6月
I went to Bear island once before in June 2020, the experience was so amazing that I still haven't stopped thinking about it almost a year later. The nature is everywhere, its so quiet, and there is NOTHING else like waking up to the sound of the ocean less than 100ish feet away. I felt so at peace there, I applied to be a park ranger here just so I could be here more and protect this hidden gem which has come to mean so much to me. I'm heading back to Bear Island tomorrow!
撰写日期:2021年5月8日
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QuanPL
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2021年4月 • 家庭
Beautiful area to explore if you are up for an adventure and I emphasize the word adventure. Planned a paddle up camp out on Bear Island with the kids. Being from an area of big water and knowing how to navigate I thought this wouldn’t be a difficult trip to make with two kids en tow and a sailing kayak and a yak board. I thought I asked enough questions from staff of the park, the ferry charter captain, and others who have taken this trip to get a good idea on the difficulty of getting to the campsite. Let’s just say I may have bitten off more than I can chew when reading the paddle maps did not correspond with watching where the boats were moving only to first get me lost and then stuck on oyster beds. Then upon figuring out the correct route through trial and error started up the main ferry route to get stuck again because I didn’t have proper charts showing depths of water. Changed course one more time to take the “shorter” kayak Bear island trail only to get beat up by the current flowing in and keeping our progress to well a bare minimum. Met a couple of kayakers also going to the same camp area and asked more questions to determine if we keep pushing forward or head back. Take in mind we are beat tired already and knowing if we pace ourselves probably could still make it before nightfall. Well upon moving again after a break on a sand bar we lost all forward progress within seconds from the current and at that point called it quits. Made it back to the dock to pack up and go home, crying kids, upset we didn’t make it, and low a behold we run into someone putting their boat into the water. Chatted about our situation and luckily he offered us a tow to the destination. We accepted with great thankfulness for the help, knowing if I saw the route once I’d have a better grasp on direction, currents, tides, and depth. After being dropped off it was another adventure hiking out to our site. We were able to pull up directly without being affected by the tidal changes so opted to pull up the boats outside of the lagoon to prevent getting stuck in an outgoing tide. Well this is where it was worth the trip, got to our site and it was breathtakingly beautiful. Probably the hardest site to get to since it does require a steep hike but what a great view of the ocean, sound, and lagoon. Had a great night with even better weather. Packed up the next day and still unsure about when the correct tide to leave with, so we decided to go and hour and a half before low tide hit. Walked the kayaks to the marsh entrance and took Bear island trail back which is half the distance of the ferry route. The markers are easily seen but you must beware of how to properly read the markers. When the markers are on a particular side that is the side you favor to get the deepest route. If the markers go from one side of land mass to another follow the line of “sight” between the markers to keep in the deepest part of the water. Also if many markers on one side of the land mass means “hug” that side to keep to deeper water. These are important tips to newbie yakers of this area which should be explained by the staff. The only reason I didn’t give it full 5 stars was due to not knowing these things and having to find out for myself. My only suggestion is for whoever is in the position to talk to new users of this park to better explain things like exact entrance into ICW and also best paths to take on the kayak trails. More or less it should be someone with experience giving this advice to better serve the public in giving them a more safe and enjoyable experience. After all is said and done, it was an adventure, the kids and I had the most memorable experience and we are thankful for the kind hearts that helped us along the way. Life’s an adventure, dive in!!
撰写日期:2021年4月8日
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ElHaKa
卡罗莱纳州罗利49 条分享
2020年9月
We kayaked and camped in the boat in only sites (#12). The experience exceeded all expectations - however we had perfect weather (high of 84, low of 69). You are required to book the site ahead of time and the only thing I would request is that if you book the site and your plans change, be sure that you cancel your site so others can use. There were many no shows. The kayak trail Bear Island is about 1.5 hours from the mainland. We came back via the Bear inlet trail which was more like 3 hours. Hammock Beach is lovely, waves mild. There is a kayak access from the boat-in sites which are also convenient to beach sites #8-11. Although the boat-in sites do not have facilities, it is a 100 yd kayak up the lagoon to the beach and then a walk down the beach to fresh water showers (we rinsed off before heading to our site.)
The boat-in sites had a nice breeze and surprisingly no bugs (but I think we were lucky with that). The lagoon trail gets low at low tide.
撰写日期:2020年9月8日
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Brandon T
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2020年8月
Have been coming here for 40+ years. 3 miles of empty beach on an unspoiled island. Please don’t come here and ruin it :-)
撰写日期:2020年8月20日
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Duuuuude
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2020年7月
On Bear Island, the Campsites are 1.25 miles from ferry drop on intercoastal, not a fun walk especially in the heat with gear! It is 3/4 mile down a road to the beach, plus nearly another 1/2 mile along the beach to campsite #6. Also, the website doesn't tell you about coyotes, but they are not the bad part.
撰写日期:2020年7月25日
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