Crystal Coast Vacation Rental Blog
Your guide to the Crystal Coast
The Crystal Coast Vacation Rental Blog has everything you need to know for your Crystal Coast vacation, plus so much more that you’ll want to know, too! You get it all straight from the locals at Bluewater Vacation Rentals who live and play here along the coast.
We’re covering Emerald Isle to Beaufort and everything in between to ensure you make the most out of the time you spend with us right here in coastal North Carolina. Can’t find what you’re looking for? No worries, just reach out to our Guest Relations team by phone or send us a message on social media. We’re always happy to help!
There’s Plenty to Do on the Crystal Coast
North Carolina’s Crystal Coast has family-friendly events and lots of things to do in the Spring and Summer leading into the Fall and early Winter. Don’t miss our Crystal Coast Calendar of Events where you’ll find a list of festivals, concerts, tours, historic events, museums, attractions at the Aquarium – all centered around what our Crystal Coast is known for – the beautiful beaches, history, fishing, food, and family fun.
Ready for some fun with drinks at the beach? There are several great locations for you and your fellow adult friends to enjoy an adult beverage or grab a non-alcoholic […]
Scuba Diving on the Crystal Coast The Crystal Coast has been named one of the top dive destinations in the world. Scuba diving on the Crystal Coast is an absolutely […]
Our Newest Blue Pearl Home: Chateau of the Isle This one-of-a-kind contemporary estate is nestled in a secluded oceanfront bluff in the Sea Isle Plantation subdivision located in Indian Beach. […]
Planning on vacationing with your dog this year? Exploring the Crystal Coast with your four-legged friend can be an experience not soon forgotten. Our beaches welcome your dogs year-round, so whether you’re […]
The Shackleford Banks Ponies aren’t just wild, they’re a historical legacy of the Crystal Coast. The earliest roots of the Shackleford Banks wild horses are still technically unknown, but historians […]