Coastal Vacation Resorts Oak Island Blog

Our COVID-19 Update

3/30 UPDATE COVID-19 and Your Vacation Coastal Vacation Resorts cares about the safety and well-being of all of our guests, their families, our team members, rental homeowners, local residents, third-party vendors, and our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected p... View the full post »

Vacationing on Oak Island? Then visit historic Southport, NC too!

Located just across the Old Bridge from Oak Island, the city limits of Southport begin as you proceed up Long Beach Rd to N. Howe St.  The Long Beach Rd corridor continues to develop nicely with plenty of shops, furniture stores, car rentals, gas and auto repairs, restaurants and novelty s... View the full post »

Interested in Purchasing Your Own Oak Island Beach Property?

Well then you have come to the right place because Coastal Vacation Resorts Oak Island shares an office location with our full service Realty firm – Coastal Development & Realty Oak Island.  Staffed with experienced Realtors who can assist you with real estate sales and l... View the full post »

Have You Booked Your Oak Island Vacation Already?

    Have you already made plans for your summer vacation on Oak Island? Coastal Vacation Resorts Oak Island certainly hopes that you have already reserved your favorite home or spot on Oak Island for the 2018 summer season but if you have not then we are here to assist you... View the full post »

Why is Southport, NC An Ideal Vacation Destination?

Why should you visit Southport, NC while you are on your Oak Island vacation this summer?   Southport is a quaint historic town at the mouth of the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Ocean with access to nearby Bald Head Island. Southport was established in the middle 1700s and boas... View the full post »

Why should you visit Oak Island this Fall?

Why should you visit Oak Island this Fall?   Oak Island is a fantastic fall retreat for a long weekend, a full week stay or even a monthly rental.   The weather is great here this time of year with the daytime highs in the 70s and 80s through the end of October and even into November. ... View the full post »