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North Carolina coast suggestions for family with two teen sons..

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We are taking our son to college at Wake Forest (from Texas) and are looking to spend a week on the coast prior to freshman orientation. I am not familiar with anything there, and would appreciate suggestions. I have begun to look on VRBO, as we like to have a house, and would love to know any special places you are drawn to!!

We like more authentic places as opposed to touristed stuff. Altho any great place will get a bit touristy. Like to fish, eat, beach, boat....dont care about shopping and drinking! If you are at all familiar with the Texas coast...we prefer Port Aransas to Galveston, South Padre.

Any tips are appreciated!

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