The Outer Banks is famous for blue skies and bright golden sun. Yet, every once in a while, storm clouds do gather, and rain comes pouring down. When that happens, don’t worry. You and your family can still have a blast with kid-pleasing indoor activities. In fact, the occasional rainy day gives you a great chance to see the OBX from a fresh new angle. Check out rainy day options like these, all child-safe and family-approved.
The Best Outer Banks Town for You – Updated
No one has the same vision for the perfect vacation. Some may picture peace, quiet, and seclusion while others may picture plenty of activities close by. Regardless of what your ideal vacation looks like, there is an Outer Banks town perfect for everyone.
Real Men Wear Pink – Memory Monday 12/2/19
Greetings from the Outer Banks as we start the last month of the year. Thanksgiving is behind us, cyber-Monday is upon us, and before you know it we will be welcoming 2020! This week’s Memory Monday photo submission puts us in the pink as we take all of this in.
First Trip to OBX – Memory Monday 8/5/19
Good morning. This Monday, the first Monday of August is another great day on the Outer Banks. The weather has been glorious this summer on the beach. Temperatures have been fantastic, rain has been politely staying away, and people have enjoyed their time here.
Pups on the Beach – Memory Monday 7/8/19
Good Monday from the Outer Banks. Temps are cooler today and we have some showers moving through this morning before the sun returns later today and for the rest of the week. A great time to take a relaxing walk on the beach with your pups.
Merman Monday! 6/24/19
Greetings from a picture perfect Monday here on the Outer Banks. The temperatures will be in the mid-80 degree range today, the sun is shining, and it is a perfect time to be on the beach. That leads us to our weekly segment here on Everything Outer Banks – Memory Monday. Or this week we are saying Merman Monday.
How To Survive Long Days At the Beach
Summer’s approaching faster than you think and you know what that means; Long hot days at the beach! If you’re like me then you can barley contain your excitement when you think about being under the warm sun while listening to the sound of the waves roll onto the beach. I try to make the most out of my days at the beach. I clear my whole schedule and plan on staying from late morning until the evening. Long beach days like this take a lot out of you and many people couldn’t imagine staying that long. But for all the people that love beach days as much as I do here is how to survive a long day on the beach!
Dog Gallery – Memory Monday 1/28/19
Here at Everything Outer Banks we love the photos that are sent to us on a weekly basis, and this week is no different. What is different this week is we decided to look in our storage folders and give you a number of the most popular subject of our photos – your dogs. We are calling this the dog gallery.
Which Outer Banks Town is Best for You?
No one has the same vision for the perfect vacation. Some may picture peace, quiet, and seclusion while others may picture plenty of activities close by. Regardless of what your ideal vacation looks like the Outer Banks has the perfect fit for everyone.
Here Comes The Sun – Memory Monday 10.8.18
That is what comes to mind as well when we take a look at this week’s Memory Monday photo submission which comes to use from Beverly Casey of Sanford, North Carolina who got away to the beach and stayed in “Shades of Blue” in Kill Devil Hills two weeks ago and send us this photo taken from the deck off of the master bedroom one morning.
There is an old saying on the coast “Red sky in the morning – sailor’s warning,” but that was not the case for Beverly and her family as they enjoyed a wonderful week at the beach. Lots of family fun and as she told us in her message attached to this picture “we loved our Kill Devil Hills oceanfront rental.”
This picture reminds us to tell you that you too can enjoy this sort of picture yourself because this is the same deck that hosts our company webcam!
Take a look now at what is happening on the Kill Devil Hills oceanfront by clicking here. The camera is located on the same deck where this photo was taken.
We want to thank Beverly for her photo submission and let her know she is welcome back any time as you and your family are as well. The weather looks good for another few weeks, and we have some great off season pricing available so give us a look today!
When you do come to the beach don’t forget to send us your photo memories just like Beverly did so you can see them right here on Memory Monday!
All the best from the beach.