Friday, October 24, 2014
Fall on the Coast of North Carolina
The leaves are starting to change, and people's minds are shifting from spending time on the water to spending time watching from the shore with friends enjoying a campfire. Living on the coast of North Carolina means comfortable temperatures year-round, yet in the fall the temperatures do start to drop a little, pushing many people off of the water and back on the shore. When you are no longer enjoying the pool and the water activities, here are some popular fall activities to enjoy.
Take a Hike
The leaves are turning breathtaking colors this time of year, and in the coast they change just as they do further inland. This is the time to grab the family and go for a hike through the woodlands along the Albemarle Sound. Along the coast you will find beautiful, untouched woodlands to explore.
Campfires by the Water
What makes fall on the water so enjoyable? For many it is the campfires. Strike up a fire with friends or family and have the water as your backdrop as your roast s'mores and swap stories. The cooler evenings in fall are the ideal time to enjoy this common activity.
Fishing is a year-round activity on the North Carolina coast, and in the fall, many of the tourists have headed home, leaving you to enjoy better fishing. Grab your gear, head out to your favorite dock or your boat and catch a trophy this fall.
Play Some Golf
Who wants to play golf in the middle of summer heat? When the fall weather comes, coastal North Carolina offers the ideal climate for a round of golf. Grab your clubs and head out to the golf course to play a round or two, and enjoy the cooler temperatures of fall.
Each of these activities is easy to enjoy in Scotch Hall Preserve, a premier luxury community on the shores of the Albemarle Sound. Schedule a visit to Scotch Hall Preserve this fall, and see what active living in a resort community looks like in North Carolina's beautiful fall.
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