Stone Harbor

Escape to Stone Harbor and be impressed with this small town’s charm. With its quaint shopping district and outstanding restaurants Stone Harbor offers a wonderful summer retreat.
 
With the Intercoastal Waterway to the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the seven mile island that is Stone Harbor offers unlimited opportunities for all types of water sports, everything from fishing to jet skiing.
 
In addition to the island’s beautiful beaches, Stone Harbor abounds with pleasure boating opportunities including, chartered fishing vessels, party boats and other ocean going excursion boats to take visitors on an exciting and rewarding seafaring adventure.
 
Beyond all the attractions Stone Harbor offers a number of special events including, the annual Wings n' Water Festival at the Wetlands Institute.
 
The Festival is a family fun "Celebration of the Coast" with folk music, great food, pumpkins and corn stalks, meet nationally acclaimed artists, carvers, model builders, quilters, crafters and photographers. 
 

Location

United States
39° 2' 27.4308" N, 74° 46' 9.0228" W
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Stone Harbor
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Escape to Stone Harbor and be impressed with this small town’s charm. With its quaint shopping district and outstanding restaurants Stone Harbor offers a wonderful summer retreat.
 
With the Intercoastal Waterway to the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the seven mile island that is Stone Harbor offers unlimited opportunities for all types of water sports, everything from fishing to jet skiing.
 
In addition to the island’s beautiful beaches, Stone Harbor abounds with pleasure boating opportunities including, chartered fishing vessels, party boats and other ocean going excursion boats to take visitors on an exciting and rewarding seafaring adventure.
 
Beyond all the attractions Stone Harbor offers a number of special events including, the annual Wings n' Water Festival at the Wetlands Institute.
 
The Festival is a family fun "Celebration of the Coast" with folk music, great food, pumpkins and corn stalks, meet nationally acclaimed artists, carvers, model builders, quilters, crafters and photographers. 
 


 Don’t miss:

• The Wetlands Institute and Museum where visitors can enjoy bird watching, exhibits, the aquarium, a salt marsh safari, feature creature (children’s program) and turtle tanks.

 
• Visit the Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary and experience the open-air viewing of hundreds of species.
 
• For quaint shopping visit downtown Stone Harbor that boasts more than 100 specialty shops.
 

 

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