Hampstead, NC Attractions
Hampstead residents have an abundance of attractions at arm’s length. Topsail Island Beaches are minutes away while numerous marinas and boat ramps offer access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Visit local farmer’s markets or berry farms, play a round of golf at one of three golf courses in Hampstead or take the family to Kiwanis park in Hampstead or Family park in Surf City.
If you’ve run out of things to do in Hampstead, a quick 30-45 minute drive into Wilmington expands your horizons with seemingly endless dining, shopping and entertainment options. If you’re ready for a day trip, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Raleigh, North Carolina are only two hours away.
Public Boat Access
Looking for a place to launch your boat in Hampstead? Try the public access boat ramp on Lewis road.
Lea-Hutaff Island is a 5,600 acre uninhabited barrier island located south of Topsail Island.
Explore Topsail Island's 26 miles of beautiful Atlantic oceanfront, seafood restaurants and more.
Sloop Point Boat Storage
Sloop Point Boat Storage offers 224 units of dry stack storage and "valet parking for your boat."
Hampstead Attractions Directory
Batts Family Park
Carol Sue Blueberry Farm
Farmer Mac's Berries
Missiles and More Museum
Poplar Grove Plantation