Things to do in Emerald Isle

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North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores
1 Roosevelt Blvd. Pine Knoll Shores, NC 28512
1-800-832-3474
www.ncaquariums.com
Visit one, two, or all three of the beautiful aquariums located on the coast of North Carolina – each offers something new and exciting. The Roanoke Island Aquarium, located on the Outer Banks, hosts 68,000 square feet of sharks, sea turtles, eels, and other native aquatic life. Children are invited to visit exhibits such as the marine-life “touch tank” housing live crabs and sea starts. The Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium will allow you to feel the spray of a mountain waterfall while touching... read more
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Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament
405 Evans Street, Suite A, Morehead City, NC 28557
252-247-3575
www.thebigrock.com/
Venture to the premier spot for marlin fishing on the East Coast for the “Super Bowl” of fishing tournaments and battle with past champions. For the past 13 years, the total winnings have topped 1 million dollars and have been on the rise since 1974. Register today for your shot at the big prize and take home the biggest marlin!
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Rucker Johns
Emerald Plantation Shopping Ctr. MM 20, N.C Hwy. 58 Emerald Isle, NC
252-354-2413
www.ruckerjohns.com
This family oriented restaurant on the Emerald Isle is open every day from 11 am to 10 pm and is great for groups and families of all sizes. The large portions will fill you up and the friendly wait staff will keep a smile on everyone’s face. Outdoor seating is available in the summer, or if you want to want to be a bit more comfortable, take-out is an option as well.
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Emerald Isle - Insider Info
800-955-1860
www.emeraldisle.insiderinfo.us/
Plan your entire vacation on the gorgeous Emerald Isle using all insider information and tips from locals. Find advice from moving to the area to fun-filled family activities to planning your perfect wedding. Visitors just staying the day can also find assistance in planning the perfect activities and outings. If you’re feeling brave, venture outside of the island and discover the many other destinations along North Carolina’s Southern and Central coasts.