We have seen an increase in traffic this week on the Outer Banks. We had over 70 families come down to visit with us alone, and we are so grateful that you are staying with us! Michelle Niles visits the beach in Kitty Hawk, at Milepost 2. In this video you will see a few couples on the beach, a man riding his bike, Winks, & Ocean Blvd for fine dining! Enjoy the waves crashing & the smell of the salt air (well almost). The high is 70 outside today, but it really feels warmer than that to me! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Beach Nourishment is wrapping things up for September 2011. At this point, we are looking forward to the sight of a gorgeous beach with miles of beautiful sand and sunshine!
Post Hurricane Irene Update #2 (8/29/11 3 PM)
Clarification of Staged Re-Entry in process
At noon today (8/29) visitors who wish to enter Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, and Nags Head were be permitted back on the Outer Banks.
Access to Duck, Corolla, and Hatteras Island is still prohibited at this time.
Michelle Niles visits Nags head beaches the week of August 6 to report the progress of the Nags Head Beach Nourishment project to our upcoming and interested viewers! The beaches are bigger and better in the areas where this project is completed and guests who are on the beach, are not letting this ruin their beach vacation! They are playing volleyball, reading under their umbrellas and sailing the day away on the water!
Michelle Niles shows you some coverage of the beach nourishment from Milepost 20 this week, while the project is underway and Milepost 17 where a portion is completed. In just a few short months, the project will be over and we will have much more beach to enjoy for Summers to come!