Fort Fisher Air Force Rec Area
Misc Campgrounds & Parks
118 River Front Road
Kure Beach, North Carolina
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 74
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 24
Tents Allowed: Yes
*Please note: For Military Use Only.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
Directions: Depending on where you are coming from is the key factor for traveling to Ft. Fisher. The initial goal is to reach Wilmington, NC by the route that suites your needs the best. Primary routes for getting to Wilmington NC are I-40 East ans US17 North or South. There are ample signs in Wilmington for Ft. Fisher and are easy to follow. They actually refer to the Fort Fisher State Park but the Ft. Fisher AF Recreation area is on the same route and about 2 miles up from the State Park.
The route through Wilmington is straight through to Carolina Beach, then Kure Beach. Ft. Fisher is in the Kure Beach Community. Once inside Ft. Fisher continue straight in past the flag pole, around a slight curve and then you will see a directional sign pointing the way to the Reception Center. If you are coming from Myrtle Beach, SC you can take the ferry from Southport, SC. to Ft Fisher, NC.
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