How to Avoid the Traffic on Your Drive to the Outer Banks – Updated

In 2014, we released this article because summer traffic to the Outer Banks was a topic we knew could use a little insider information on how to avoid this traffic. The article was well received and many people responded with their own tips and tricks. 3 years later avoiding traffic on the drive to the Outer Banks is still a subject that is valuable to our visitors so we decided to update this article with some of the wonderful tips provided by our readers. READ MORE

Labor Day Memory Monday

Goodbye Summer~

Today’s Memory Monday brings a bit of mixed emotions as we mark the unofficial end of summer today.   While we have great memories of Summer 2014, we also are going to miss the warm weather, calm seas, and fun outdoor activities that summer provides. READ MORE

How to Avoid the Traffic on Your Drive to the Outer Banks

Anyone who has driven to the Outer Banks on a Saturday knows how bad the traffic can be during peak season.  Just recently I heard a report saying the traffic was backed up 20 miles behind the Wright Memorial Bridge. READ MORE

“Now and Then” in Nags Head, NC

The new “NOW” house
All of our homes are unique with something different to bring to the vacation experience of a lifetime here on the Outer Banks of NC.  Some vacation rental homes have creative names, floor plans, and décor, while others are a standard vacation home with beds, pillows, and views of the ocean!

 


The “Then” home with shaded areas under & a hot tub/swing area

A quick video was created after a visit to see the “Now” and “Then” portions of the home in Nags Head.  This oceanfront beauty was once a small beach box with decks and fun memories in it’s “cabin” feel at the ocean.  The home owners later added on a whole new house still combined with the old to present “Now”.  The name of this home is “Now and Then” and has enough room, charm, and décor to bring everyone in the family together from all eras.  READ MORE

Bridge is OUT!

We’ve all seen the signs in cartoons and comedies where signs go up saying “Bridge Out Ahead,” but in the case of the Alligator River Bridge on Rt. 64 on the way to the Outer Banks in Dare County it is no laughing matter for the next couple of weeks. READ MORE