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Featuring the work of local artisans, Seacoast Art Gallery displays paintings, crafts, and pottery for visitors to enjoy. The resident artists is Sandy L. McHugh, who specializes in acrylic and watercolor paintings.
Offering surf camps for all ages, Surf City Surf Camp teaches visitors the basics of surfing with an ecological twist. All of the instructors are knowledgeable about marine studies and teach about the marine life during the camp.
Soundside Park serves as a family-friendly recreational facility with several boardwalks around its edges, complete with a fishing pier and viewing decks. Attractions include multiple slides, swings, an extensive playground, and a climbing wall.
Beginner and advanced lessons are offered at the Surf City Surf School that includes boards, ocean safety information, and common surf knowledge. Lessons take around one to one and a half hours and there's a free t-shirt for every student!
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The Topsail Skating Rink on Topsail Beach is a roller skating rink. It is located above the post office, and has hardwood floors, 45-RPM music, and a record player, along with sodas and snacks.
Featuring four outdoor pools, West Water Park Inc has family oriented attractions such as water slides, swing ropes, and beach volleyball. The park has a roped off area for babies and parents in a 2 ft. deep pool.
Managed by the USDA Forest Service, the Island Creek Trail is a lovely half-mile hiking trail. It is fairly flat and suitable for novice hikers, and affords breathtaking views of native and transplanted vegetation. The trail is free to use.