Labor Day Weekend Events, Excursions and Celebrations on Bald Head Island

It’s hard to believe Labor Day is almost here. On Bald Head Island, we have any number of ways to celebrate summer’s last hurrah. From Fun Sails to Birding Trips, Scavenger Hunts to Sunset Celebrations, the list of family-friendly events is endless. Download a brochure showcasing the entire weekend of activities.

If you haven’t already heard, the Bald Head Island Conservancy is celebrating a record-breaking sea turtle nesting season, with 169 nests laid to date. This beats the previous record by more than 25 nests! Be a part of this exciting season by going on a Conservancy Beach Patrol Ride Along or a Turtle Walk, where you might just get to witness a nest hatching.

Kids’ events are a given on the island, but grownups need their playtime, too, and there are plenty of ways to get it. The Bald Head Island Club offers a Tennis Round Robin, All About Art hosts a Jewelry Trunk Show, and MoJo’s on the Harbor lets you belt it out with Adult Karaoke.

There’s also yummy food and drink to be found at every turn. Come hungry to Nye’s Cream Sandwiches and enter their Ice Cream Eating Contest. Enjoy a lavish Side Porch Oyster Roast at the Maritime Market or bring the whole family to the Pool Party & Buffet Bash at the BHI Club.

Make plans to drop by the Bald Head Island Limited Real Estate Sales Office near the island ferry landing to learn more about Open Houses throughout the island. It’s been a busy summer, and we’d love to share what’s for sale and catch you up on market conditions. Several new homes are available in the Southern Living Inspired Community in Cape Fear Station, too. Download our brochure that includes detailed descriptions, floorplans and renderings. For more information, including pricing, call us at 800-888-3707, email us at salesinternet@bhisland.com, or better yet, stop by our office at 4 Marina Way the next time you’re on the island—we’re open seven days a week.

Whether you’ll be celebrating Labor Day Weekend with us on Bald Head Island, or in some other neck of the woods, we hope you and your family have a safe, fun and relaxing holiday.