The Sand Dollar Motel

101 Henderson Blvd, Atlantic Beach, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 28512, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 101 Henderson Blvd, Atlantic Beach, is near Fort Macon State Park, North Carolina Maritime Museum, Fort Macon, and Beaufort Ghost Walk.
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    Travel Blogs from Atlantic Beach

    Day 27-29: North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 08, 2014

    27 photos

    ... walked the beach and played in the shallow river water. People were walking 50-100 yards out into the river and it only went waist deep. The water was very warm and golden in color due to the high iron content of the surrounding sandstone. We had a beautiful sunset and nice big campfire to cap the evening.

    The next day we decided to hike one of the nearby trails. It had a neat boardwalk running through the lowland swamp. All of the trees were swelled ...

    Day 21 Beaufort NC - Wrightsville NC

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 29, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... not a hardship when it's sunny. The closer we got to Wrightsville the more boat traffic we encountered it was like a lake in the summer, we had tubers go right I front of us do they not see we are big! I loved this narrow passage way but for navigating you had to really watch the depth there were sand bars all over. The locals would drive their boats right up onto the sand bar and play in the water or fish.

    We stayed at the Seapath Marina ...

    It's all in the pronunciation!!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... the damage was extensive. Some homes totally gone, others severely damaged, some with the blue tarps still on the roofs, and lots of debris piled up along the side of the road. It's so amazing to see such devastation and to have it in such a slim area. We were told it wasn't a tornado, but the winds had to be upwards of 90 mph or more. This was one of the nicest campgrounds inside of a yacht basin. We saw ...

    Day 8 of the Bowser family vacation

    A travel blog entry by bambinmike on Jun 14, 2014

    ... at this restaurant with my family from New Bern. This is my paternal grandmothers brothers family. My grandma is from New Bern and I have came here yearly when I was a kid. I love the history here, the family history, and I lived here for 9 mo as a travel nurse. I love showing my family my family ...

    Mrs Henry meets Norman Bates, again!

    A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Sep 18, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... in Australia. First, they’re too shingly. Second, the water in a goldfish bowl is more agitated than the surf along the Outer Banks, allowing houses to be built on the sand dunes. And what houses! They range from weatherboard cottages on stilts to apartment buidlings on stilts styled after weatherboard cottages on stilts, which doesn’t really work esthetically. Development becomes less frantic on Ocracoke Island (reached by a half hour car ferry ride) and Cedar Island ...