Long ago, the northernmost tip of Hatteras Island was covered with maritime forest. Here Native American settlers lived in prosperous villages, sustained by the region’s abundant fish and game.
Want some good news? The NC Outer Banks are open for business.
Yes, even during the COVID era, you can still enjoy a fun-filled family vacation on these beautiful barrier islands. North Carolina has no travel restrictions, so you can freely enter or leave the state without having to test or quarantine.
It would be an understatement to say that the past few months have been rather rocky for everyone with the current pandemic. Here at Outer Banks Blue we want to ensure that you have a safe and wonderful vacation that you can remember for many years to come! Here are a few tips to help you enjoy your vacation while following the proper precautions.
Are you vacationing with a large group? Perhaps you’re booking an Outer Banks getaway for a wedding party, family reunion, church group, corporate retreat, or multi-family gathering?
|Look at this view!|
Thanks Cindy for sharing your photo!The second Memory Monday Photo Submission we have this week comes to us from Sandy Cooke of Farmville, VA (The home of Hampden-Sydney College!) who sends us this breathtaking photo of a sunset on the water in Duck. Sandy stayed with us at Outer Banks Blue at the property “Bella Sound” which is right on the water in Duck.
|Peaceful Duck Sunset|
Thank you Sandy for your photo memories!All the best from the beach!By Tim Cafferty, President, Outer Banks Blue Realty Services
|The Adventure Park in Nags Head|
The view from the facility is awesome, and there is an observation deck at the top of the center tower so that after your adventure, you can gather up top to reflect on your accomplishments and enjoy the view of the sound and the ocean. They were very safety conscious, and they provide everything you need that included the harness, helmet and gloves. The ironic thing about this location of this park is that it’s located right next door to Dairy Queen. I think my arm hurts more from the twisting it got when I tried to skip the ice cream afterwards, which had nothing to do with the challenge of the course. Everybody else doing the ropes course was having a great time as well, you would hear the giggles and comments from the participants and spectators. Next time you are on the Outer Banks and looking for an adventure, give these guys a chance, they should do well on the beach.Guest Blogger, Bill Koebernick
beautiful homes in the heart of Duck to choose from!