Renting a house, a condo, an apartment, or even a room is a trend you’re seeing more and more in vacation areas. If you haven’t thought about staying in a vacation rental when visiting the Outer Banks here are 5 reason why you should.
Wondering if you should bring your furry best friend on your Outer Banks vacation? Good news! The Outer Banks is a pet-friendly destination with plenty of parks, restaurants, beaches, trails, and rentals that welcome dogs. Bringing pets to the Outer Banks is easy because of there are so many dog-friendly destinations:
Livin’ Large on the OBX!This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Trisha Dunnavant of Victoria, Virginia who stayed with Outer Banks Blue in the property “D Sea 9” in Nags Head. It has been hot, hot, hot lately on the Outer Banks, but you can tell from Trisha’s photo memories of her family’s visit that they had a great time at the beach!
Thanks Trisha….it looks like your family had a great time with Outer Banks Blue! We look forward to serving you again soon. All the best from the beach!
On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … a vacation in the beautiful islands of the Outer Banks of North Carolina! Many people think of beach vacations as a summer adventure, but the Outer Banks offer breathtaking beauty and a wide variety of attractions during the winter months as well. This Christmas, plan an island getaway complete with gorgeous ocean vistas, twinkling holiday lights, and plenty of memory making.
If you’ve decided to vacation in the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina and want to bring along a pet (especially a dog), will you run into inconveniences? Not if you’re willing to do a little preplanning. Here’s how to make certain the locations you visit are pet-friendly and/or where to board your dog on days when he can’t come along.
Day at The Beach!We hope you are enjoying this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Whenever there is a holiday at the beach we think of heading to the beach, and indeed this week’s Memory Monday Photo submission reminds us of that. Loreal Hooten provides this week’s pictures of a day at the beach in the “Four Wheel Drive Territory” of the northern Outer Banks. As anyone who has been there knows where the pavement ends in Corolla the fun on the beach begins as there is another 12 miles of beach only accessible with four wheel drive vehicles. Loreal’s photos reminds us of that area and a fun day her family had there.
|The main attraction|
|Herd heading North|
|A Day at the Beach Brings a Smile to Almost Everyone|
|Sometimes you just need a cool place to take a nap|
The northern beach area of the Outer Banks is accessible to anyone with an appropriate vehicle. You can even catch a glimpse of the Corolla Wild Horses. Be aware however that you may not approach these magnificent animals or feed them.
Cyber Monday Photo Submission
According to media reports we know that today there is very little getting done in the workplace as Cyber Monday is taking the attention of web surfers everywhere, but even so we post our weekly “Memory Monday” photo submission for your consideration.
This week’s Memory Monday submission comes to us from Tara Portsey of New York, New York who stayed with Outer Banks Blue in early June this year at the property “Guaranteed Fun.” Judging from this picture of “Sophia” we think the house name fit the experience well as Sophia is obviously having a big time on the beach!
All the best from the beach!