Lea-hutaff Island

4.654 Votes
  • Address: Hampstead, NC 28443, USA, Holly Ridge, United States
  • Tags: Island, Family And Kids

Lea-Hutaff Island is the place you should plan for some adventure on an uninhabited island. Lea Hutaff Island located between Figure 8 Island and Topsail Islandis and it only accessible by boat. Lea island nc uninhabited barrier island Spread across 5641 acres of land that offers plenty of activities to the visitors. Kayaking and fishing are the activities that most people enjoy around this beautiful island. The island gets crowded during weekends as many people come for a kayak trip here. A public kayak launch is available on Topsail Island from where you can begin your journey to Lea-Hutaff Island. As you walk along the serene beach on this island, you will see a plethora of beautiful shells. You can also engage yourself in bird-watching as many migratory birds gather at this island in Spring.

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Lea-hutaff Island Reviews & Ratings

  • Unspoiled barrier island accessible only by boat. Beautiful beaches.

  • Awesome place to visit, but you can only get there by boat. Seclusion is nice though, since very little to none of the summer tourists make it here.

  • Food was cold

  • Been coming here by boat/raft since 1977 from Topsail island. What a difference between now and then on the north end (erosion), and the disappearance of Old Topsail Inlet (we used to swim across it going southward toward Figure 8). I wonder what happened to the old sound-side on the south end (last saw it sometime in the late 90s). The house on the north end (built sometime in the mid-late 80s) used to be far back in the dunes. Now it's almost about to get swept away into the ocean! Very nice and quiet. Love the beach and relative lack of people. Not to mention the wonderful bird-watching and plethora of unmolested shells (including full sand dollars) Hope it stays that way forever!

  • There is so much cool things to do here!!!!!!!!

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