North Carolina's Outer Banks offers 90 miles of pristine beaches filled with natural beauty and rich in history. Some...More information +
North Carolina's Outer Banks offers 90 miles of pristine beaches filled with natural beauty and rich in history. Some historical sites include: Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in Buxton, Currituck Light in Corolla, Bodie Island Light in South Nags Head, the largest natural sand dune on the east coast, Jockey's Ridge State Park in Nags Head, Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, NC Aquarium, Fort Raleigh, and the oldest running outdoor drama, The Lost Colony.
Active families and individuals enjoy Outer Banks activities like: kayaking, surfing, boogie boarding, hang-gliding, swimming, to name a few. The Outer Banks also boasts world class charter boat fishing offshore or more relaxed fishing in the surf. In your down time, embrace the pace, relax and absorb all that surrounds you, gorgeous sunrises, moonlit walks on the beach, and sunset picnics.