Snow’s Cut RV Retreat is conveniently located in Wilmington, NC five minutes from Carolina Beach and across the street from the Intracoastal Waterway.
Intracoastal Waterway: Across the street
The Intracoastal Waterway of coastal North Carolina has a lot to offer visitors and locals alike, and is conveniently located across River Road. Following the Cape Fear coastline, and bypassing a myriad of cool towns and attractions along the way, mariners taking a cruise along this famed stretch of water may want to settle in for a day to discover what the Cape Fear region is all about.
Reel 2 Grill Fishing Charter: 2.7 miles
Next time you are planning a fishing adventure with your whole family in Carolina Beach, NC, give Reel 2 Grill Fishing Charters a try. Captain Desmond is excellent with younger anglers, beginners, and seasoned veterans alike and has all the experience needed to put you on fish. They will ensure you go home not only with a box full of exciting catches but also with the knowledge need to catch fish in the future.
Carolina Beach Amusement Park: 3 miles
The Carolina Beach Boardwalk is the place to go for family-oriented or even late-night fun after a sunny day on the beach. Summertime visitors will be treated to seasonal amusements, including a Ferris wheel, rides, and fair-friendly food, as well as a host of special events that include fireworks displays. The boardwalk is stationed close to the beach,
Britt’s Donut Shop: 3 miles
Britt’s Donut Shop is known for their famous homemade glazed donuts. Opened since 1939, Britt’s frequently makes national top 10 donut shop lists. They are opened seasonally on the Boardwalk. Come early to avoid the lines!
Carolina Beach: 3.2 miles
Carolina Beach bursts with things to do. The fun begins on the bustling, vintage seaside boardwalk lined with pizza, donuts, ice cream, and an arcade. Continue the adventure with close by miniature golf, bike rentals and more. Hike a scenic white sand trail at Carolina Beach State Park that leads to a gorgeous overlook of the Cape Fear River. Cast a line from the wooden Carolina Beach Fishing Pier. Hit the surf for stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, or ride the waves. Take the family paddle boating on Carolina Beach Lake or attend a beach music or seafood festival.
Fort Fisher NC Aquarium: 8.2 miles
Make connections with the natural world at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Feel the smooth skin of a gliding stingray. Climb along Adventure Reef. Talk with a diver swimming the depths with eels and sharks. Look an albino alligator in the eye. Wonder at baby sea turtles. Discover aquatic wildlife at free daily dive shows and animal encounters. Explore more with behind-the-scenes tours, outdoor adventures and kid friendly camps. https://www.ncaquariums.com/fort-fisher
Fort Fisher / Southport Ferry: 14 miles
Coastal North Carolina is a place famous for sunny stretches of sandy beaches, world-class fishing, charming coastal towns and remarkable scenic beauty. The N.C. Ferry Division runs nearly two dozen boats on seven routes, connecting tourists from the mainland to these coastal destinations.
Downtown Wilmington: 14 miles
Historic Downtown Wilmington is a short distance away. From an eclectic mix of locally owned and operated shops, to trendy bistros and craft brew pubs, to theatrical performances and late night clubs, Downtown Wilmington offers something for everyone. Enjoy a walk along the river, or take a boat ride for a spectacular view of the historic waterfront.
Bellamy Mansion: 14 miles
Visit one of North Carolina’s most impressive examples of antebellum architecture. Located in Downtown Wilmington, step back into the past in the mansion, carriage house, and original slave quarters . Visitors can hear Bellamy family stories, as well as both free and enslaved black artisans who built the home on the eve of the Civil War. Seasonal art shows, teas, concerts, and other events are held throughout the year.
Battleship North Carolina: 15 miles
Situated just across the river from Downtown Wilmington is the Battleship North Carolina. This World War II ship takes you back into time, as you experience the rich history of our nation. Hear stories from the glory days, Tour the ship from where they ate, slept, and even fired the guns.
Airlie Gardens: 15 miles
Airlie Gardens features 67 acres of walking paths, formal gardens, seasonal blooms, mighty live oaks, historic structures, and contemporary sculpture.
A member of the North Carolina Birding Trail, and it’s diverse ecosystems provide unique habitats for a variety of colorful wildlife. Come experience their Butterfly House, the Summer Concert Series, or the beautiful holiday lights of Enchanted Airlie.