Duck Hunting in the Outer Banks of NC

Duck Hunting in the Outer Banks of NC

Each year thousands of special visitors flock to the Outer Banks. Arriving by air, these VIP travelers cluster around sounds, bays, ponds, pools, and open ocean. Like so many other “tourists,” they love those beautiful OBX waters! READ MORE

Discover the Outer Banks in a New Way with Kayaks

kayaking on the Outer Banks

Ready for an up-close-and-personal look at the NC Outer Banks? Try kayaking. This hugely popular watersport lets you and your family paddle across calm, shimmering sounds; over grass-fringed salty marshes; and through secluded nature preserves teeming with coastal wildlife. It’s an eye-opening, fascinating way to explore the OBX. READ MORE

Enjoy a Perfect Day at Nags Head, NC

Perfect day in Nags Head

There’s more to the Outer Banks than sun, sand, and serenity. At Nags Head, you can spend a fun-filled day with your entire family, both on and off the beach. You can fish from the state’s longest public pier, climb the Eastern seaboard’s tallest dunes, visit a thrilling adventure park, then cap off your day with a delicious dinner at a nearby eatery. READ MORE

Exploring the Currituck Beach Lighthouse in the Outer Banks

Currituck Beach Lighthouse

“The Graveyard of the Atlantic.” That’s what Southern seafarers used to call the North Carolina Outer Banks. Before the advent of electronic navigation, countless ships ran aground during furious storms, crashed into hidden shoals, or sank in the Gulf Stream’s fierce, turbulent current. READ MORE

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse: A Hidden Gem of the Outer Banks

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse

Have you ever been to Manteo?

If you’ve visited this quaint island town in the NC Outer Banks, you may have noticed a picturesque structure at the end of a wooden pier just east of the downtown area. It’s the Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse… and it’s unlike any tower-style lighthouse you’ve ever seen. READ MORE

Bucket List: Extreme Water Adventures in the Outer Banks

Outer Banks water adventures

Love the ocean? Then chances are good you love water sports. And no doubt you’ve done all the usual – swimming, sailing, fishing, boating. Perhaps you’ve also tried somewhat more daring sports, such as surfing, kayaking, and water skiing. READ MORE