Spring is just around the corner! Remember, it's time to plan your next fun-filled stay at Topsail Hill where the Real Florida awaits! Make your plans to bring your family to our Annual Earth Day event April 28, 2018! This awesome event will have fun, interactive booths and displays to help showcase the environment and how you fit into the big picture! There will be live animals for you to see...
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This 1,640-acre park features a variety of habitats: pristine beaches, freshwater coastal dune lakes, old-growth longleaf pine forests and wetlands. Evidence from midden mounds (discarded debris from Native American communities) and a large mound adjacent to the park, indicate that Native Americans used this area for fishing, hunting and camping. From the late 1800s to the mid-1900s, workers from the Quarters Turpentine Village turpentined old-growth longleaf pines in forests now part of Topsail Hill.