May 05, 2020 Update - Governor Cooper signs Executive Order 138
This order is the first in a three step plan for easing COVID-19 restrictions in North Carolina. You can find out more about the order at Frequently Asked Questions for Executive Order No. 138.
In light of Executive Order 138, Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach, will lift restrictions on vacation rentals as of 5 PM on May 8th. Kure Beach will lift rental restrictions at noon on May 15th. On Bald Head Island, the restrictions will remain in effect through May 29th.
May 01, 2020 COVID-19 Update
In conjunction with Governor Cooper’s Executive Order 121, a statewide Stay at Home Order beginning March 30 and extended to May 8, 2020, vacation rentals are prohibited at Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach. On Bald Head Island, the ban on vacation rentals has been extended through May 29th.
At Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach, beach activities are limited to “non-stationary exercise activities to include only walking, jogging, biking, swimming, and surfing/water sports.” Public parking remains closed. On Friday, Carolina Beach amended allowed beach activities to include fishing along with opening “select public parking lots” effective Monday May 4th.
Please visit our Bald Head Island website for the latest beach information.
We are monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and are working to ensure that we meet the needs of valued guests, while also providing for the health and safety of all our visitors and staff.
Our housekeeping department, in conjunction with our contracted cleaning companies are working diligently to ensure that our properties are sanitized and safe for our guests. This includes using EPA registered antimicrobial products in all our rental homes.
The situation remains fluid. The following links are provided to help you stay abreast of local and state updates.
- Bald Head Island
- Carolina Beach
- Kure Beach
- Wrightsville Beach
- North Carolina Governor’s Office
Please stay safe and follow the guidance of health professionals, not uninformed social media posts. Below are links to some well-respected sources for reliable COVID-19 information.