North Carolina’s Outer Banks are famous for their pristine beauty, laid-back vibe, and leisurely pace. But did you know that there’s a spot in these barrier islands that’s even more unspoiled than the rest?
Did you know you can enjoy “oyster tourism” in the NC Outer Banks?
These beautiful barrier islands are home to a growing number of specialized oyster farms. And now you can tour these flourishing farms, where you can sample scrumptious oysters while learning all about “mariculture.”
How do you keep your kids entertained during an Outer Banks vacation? That’s easy, right? Hit the beach! Children love to frolic in the waves, build sandcastles on the shore, and search for shells in the shallows. In fact, they’ll happily spend hours in the water – it’s difficult to drag them away!
As the weather heats up, so does the fun at the NC Outer Banks. Summer is prime time for outdoor activities like fishing, swimming, surfing, boating, kayaking, hiking, cycling, and so much more.
Greetings on another glorious Monday from the Outer Banks. The beach is full and people are enjoying themselves a great deal. It is the prime time to vacation on the Outer Banks and it doesn’t take long to see why. This week we wanted to remind you that we are transitioning away from posting pics here on this blog each Monday.
Greetings on this last Monday in June of 2022. Next Monday will be July 4th which is hard to believe. This summer is flying by. Today on Memory Monday we want to announce some changes coming to this weekly posting.
All of us at Everything Outer Banks hope the Fathers reading this had a great day yesterday. We hope you had a relaxing time, and enjoyed your children. It has been another fantastic week at the Outer Banks highlighted by a Strawberry Moon.
You may associate Kitty Hawk with the Wright Brothers’ famous First Flight (although that actually took place in nearby Kill Devil Hills).
But there’s much more to this quaint Outer Banks town than its role in aviation history. With its pristine beach, wooded coastal reserve, children’s museum, and waterfront restaurants, Kitty Hawk provides plenty of opportunities for memorable family fun.
Memorial Day week is behind us which means it is officially summertime on the Outer Banks! The beaches have more people on them. Lifeguards are back on the job for the summer season. The ocean water is inviting. And the temperatures have been summer-like. This week’s memory Monday photo submission gives us two other great summertime pastimes: Fishing and Horses.
The roar of the engines. The thrill of sheer speed. The daunting challenge of steeply banked curves. If that’s the kind of excitement your youngsters crave, you’ll want to check out the go-kart speedways of the NC Outer Banks.