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Take Advantage of These 10 Free Activities in Leland, NC

Leland NC is more fun than ever! This community just over the bridge from Wilmington NC is growing in leaps and bounds. There is plenty of shopping and dining, but you’ll also find lots of free activities in Leland. These are some of our favorites.

Celebrate Leland NC’s History

1. Leland, NC Founder’s Day

On Sept. 10, 2016, Leland will celebrate Founder’s Day. Enjoy live music, bounce houses, school choruses and bands, crafts, and of course food! The day will end with a fireworks show at 8:30 p.m.

2. North Carolina Rice Festival

Find arts and crafts, vendor booths, live music, and the best views nature has to offer at the N.C. Rice Festival Sept. 17-18, 2016. There’s a kids’ area and a rice cook-off as well as lots of great food at this festival at the Brunswick Riverwalk just south of Leland in Belville.

Play Outdoors at a Leland Park

3. Leland Municipal Park

This is Leland’s first park! With a playground, gazebo, stage, picnic tables, benches, open green spaces and a half-mile paved multi-use path, this park on Town Hall Drive is open daily.

4. Leland Community Park

Batter up! Leland Community Park on Village Road has two baseball fields, a practice area, and batting cages. There’s also a concession stand, a field house, picnic shelters, a playground, two community buildings, and a paved walking path.

Get Out on the Water in Leland

5. Sturgeon Creek Park

On Appleton Way, this park has Leland’s first water access site. Launch kayaks, canoes, and small Jon boats at the canoe/kayak launch or floating dock. A deck overlook and accessible fishing area, and outdoor classroom add amenities to the park.

6. Mill Creek Water Access Park

This access is designated for kayaks, canoes, rowing shells, and small Jon boats. Watch for tides at this park, as they may influence launch capabilities.

Take a Walk in the Leland Woods

7. Westgate Nature Park

Off Westgate Drive behind Walmart, this park of three acres has a 1/3-mile asphalt trail from the entrance to a raised wooden boardwalk. There’s also a nature-themed playground with tree-themed and animal shaped equipment, picnic tables, and a special events area for small gatherings.

8. Ev Henwood Nature Preserve

Ev Henwood preserves natural and cultural resources, native plants and animals, and is featured on the N.C. Birding Trail. Walk seven miles of maintained trails in this 175-acre coastal forest.

Learn Something New in Leland

9. The Leland Cultural Arts Center

The Cultural Arts Center on Magnolia Village Way offers a wide range of classes for adults and kids. Learn pottery, sculpture, drawing, painting, fiber arts, stained glass, photography, music (voice and piano), poetry, theater, web design, dance, fitness, yoga, or zumba at the center.

10. Brunswick County Parks and Recreation

Parks and Rec offers great athletic programs at community buildings and parks in Leland NC and throughout Brunswick County. Check out the adult and youth athletics, 50+ programs, fitness, creative arts, and community events.

If you’re moving to Leland or within Leland, call Few Moves Moving Company at (910) 512-6999. We’re a fully licensed and insured moving company ready to help you move in Leland, NC. When it has to be done quickly, with care, and on budget, Few Moves is the moving company for you.

Owner of Few Moves Moving Company in Wilmington, NC.

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