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Spend Your Thanksgiving in Holden Beach

Spend Your Thanksgiving in Holden Beach

Make a new holiday tradition with the family by spending Thanksgiving Day in Holden Beach this year. The first of November marks the start of the holiday season, where everyone in the family makes their Thanksgiving Day plans. They try to figure out if it should be at someone in the family’s home or elsewhere. Instead of trying to figure it out, make plans to spend Thanksgiving in Holden Beach this year in your Second Row vacation rental. Let’s look at why you must spend Thanksgiving in Holden Beach this year.

Family Time

Spend Your Thanksgiving in Holden Beach

When you think of Thanksgiving, you think of spending as much quality time with your family. A lot of families have made coming to Holden Beach a tradition each year for Thanksgiving because if you are staying in one of our vacation rentals, there will be plenty of room for everyone. Staying home can sometimes be a little stressful, but when you spend a holiday in Holden Beach it’s more relaxing.  Spend the day cooking in your vacation rental or go out to eat instead.

Fall Weather

Fall will have officially made its way to Holden Beach and we have to say that the temperature will make enjoying the beach better. While the weather has a little chill to the air, it’s still much warmer than living up north. One of the most amazing times to visit Holden Beach is during the fall months. The weather during the day seems to warm up for you and your family to get plenty of sunshine and play in the sand. And at night the air has a small chill to it, but not so much to where you wouldn’t want to take a walk on the beach with a loved one. This is the perfect time of the year to come celebrate Thanksgiving with your friends and family.

Gorgeous Views

 

Spend Your Thanksgiving in Holden Beach

Even during the off-season, Holden Beach is nothing short of beauty. Spending Thanksgiving watching the waves roll in and out from your oceanfront vacation rental is what everyone dreams of. You may happen to see some fishing boats off in the distance or people taking pictures on the beach for their Christmas cards. With 12 miles of beach and beauty, how could you not want to vacation here? Take a stroll along the beach or have your family’s holiday pictures taken out on the beach. There are a ton of things that you can enjoy while you vacation here.

Black Friday

Spend Your Thanksgiving in Holden Beach

After Thanksgiving, while the Christmas music begins to play, go shop for some of those Black Friday Deals. We know that most everyone likes to make sure they get the best deals on their Christmas shopping. While you can find some pretty amazing deals at the outlet mall in Myrtle Beach, you can also find some great deals at some of the local shops too. Don’t forget that purchasing something from one of the local artists or stores will make the best gifts.

There are many other reasons why you should spend Thanksgiving here in Holden Beach, but there are just a few we thought you would enjoy. If you and your family want to spend Thanksgiving here, please look at what Second Row vacation rentals are available today. We can’t wait to see you this holiday season!

 

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Things To Do If You’re Spending the Holidays in Holden Beach

Maybe we’re a bit biased because this is our home but we think spending the holidays in Holden Beach this year could start a whole new tradition for you and your family. Take it from us it’s a tradition you’ll wish you’d started long ago.

From the comfort of our holiday vacation rentals you can enjoy Thanksgiving in a whole new light. You’ll have everything you need for complete holiday meal preparation or, if you prefer, dine out in one of the nearby restaurants where you can enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

 

What To Do If You're Spending the Holidays in Holden Beach
Wilmington Riverfest
Riverfest is a street fair that is held each year in historic downtown Wilmington NC. This free street fair will be held November 20-22 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. It will feature plenty of food, arts and crafts, dance performances, fireworks, children’s activities, a car show, live music, and plenty more. Taking place from the foot of Market Street to Cape Fear Community College, it’s a great setting along the banks of the Cape Fear River.

The event has about 200 craft and food vendors plus fireworks, entertainment on two stages, the Great Waiters Wine Race, Run the River 8K Race, various exhibits and a children’s area. Additional Riverfest activities include a Stand Up Paddleboard Competition and the Invasion of Pirates, a kind of festival within a festival hosting a Pirates Ball on Saturday. Kids can pick up a treasure map and participate in a treasure hunt.

 

What To Do If You're Spending the Holidays in Holden Beach
5k Turkey Trot
The Rotary Clubs of Brunswick County will hold a 5k Turkey Trot on November 21, 2015 at 8 a.m. to celebrate the end of the season for Girls on the Run, Heart & Sole, and STRIDE participants. Come join over 100 boys and girls from grades 3rd through 8th as they celebrate their accomplishments of the season! The Turkey Trot starts and ends at Planet Fun, 349 Whiteville Road, Shallotte, NC. Entrance fee is $25.00 per runner. Race day registration is from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 a.m. All runners are welcome.

 

What To Do If You're Spending the Holidays in Holden Beach
Holiday Music Shows
Each week from November 27 until December 23, 2015 the Ingram Planetarium will hold holiday music shows on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays from 6-8 p.m. These shows are free for members. Non-member prices are $9 adults, $8 seniors (62+), $7 children (3-12) and free for ages 2 and under. Ingram Planetarium, 7625 High Market St., Sunset Beach, NC.

 

What To Do If You're Spending the Holidays in Holden Beach
OIB Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting & Flotilla
The Ocean Isle Beach annual Christmas Parade begins at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 28 from the Museum of Coastal Carolina. Locals call this Super Saturday because of the three big events taking place. All events are open to residents and vacationers alike.

At 5:00 p.m. the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place at the Ocean Isle Beach Causeway, across the street from the Fire Department. Gather up your Christmas spirit and your best singing voice and join us for some caroling. Afterwards there will be hot cocoa, coffee and goodies at the Fire Station to await Santa’s arrival!

The 12th Annual Christmas Flotilla and Party will begin at 6 p.m. to benefit Hope Harbour Domestic Violence Shelter. Sharky’s Waterfront Restaurant will host the shindig and local bands will provide music for dancing and fun after the awards.

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