Wrightsville Beach NC

Wrightsville Beach NC

Wrightsville Beach Real Estate And Community Information


The best that North Carolina has to offer is right at the fingertips of Wrightsville Beach residents. This charming town of 2,550 people covers a 4 mile long beach island on the Atlantic Ocean, the interior island of Harbor Island, and some property on the mainland. The charming, walkable town of Wrightsville beach offers great local businesses. Known as North Carolina’s most accessible beach, spend time on the beautifully blue ocean with great watersports or lounging on the clean sand.




Parks and Recreation in Wrightsville Beach


Lovers of the great outdoors will find a natural haven in Wrightsville Beach. Along with the plentiful waterways right outside your front door, the Wrightsville Beach Parks and Recreation Department maintain beautiful parks in the town. There are great sport facilities with sand volleyball courts, softball fields, basketball courts and tennis courts. There are also numerous playgrounds located around town for children to enjoy.


School Districts in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina


Students in Wrightsville Beach are educated at New Hanover County School District. Wrightsville Beach Elementary School (220 Coral Drive) is located right on Harbor Island for students in grades K through 5th. This elementary school has been named a National Blue Ribbon School. For students beyond 5th grade, there are many middle and high schools within a short distance from Wrightsville Beach.





Health and Transportation in Wrightsville Beach


Wrightsville Beach residents have access to many excellent medical facilities within the Wilmington metropolitan area. NHRMC Urgent Care (1135 Military Cutoff Road) is less than 3 miles away in Wilmington and provides immediate care for non-emergency medical needs. For residents in need of more long term or emergency medical care, New Hanover Regional Medical Center is in nearby Wilmington at 2131 South 17th Street. Traveling from Wrightsville Beach to Wilmington and beyond is a breeze. Residents on the island can use Causeway Drive and West Salisbury Street onto Eastwood Road and all that Wilmington has to offer. From there, commuters have access to all the major highways and transportation networks within Wilmington. Wilmington International Airport (1740 Airport Boulevard) is within a short driving distance for those looking to travel outside of the area.