Whether you are traveling with your own clan, a group of friends, or other families, road tripping as a group has perks. One of the biggest advantages of family travel is congregating in one of those spacious, gorgeous, oceanfront Outer Banks rental houses you’ve always admired.
The Outer Banks has so much to do and see … performing a bit of research before you arrive can make this the best vacation yet!
Even if you just show up with your flip-flops and plop down in the sand, you’ll have a great vacation in the Outer Banks. However, a little research can go a long way toward an even better vacation.
Get the Kids Involved: Learning About Life Through Outer Banks Vacations Can Be Fun
Children have a magical way of looking at the world. Everything is exciting and wonderful in the eyes of a child, particularly when they see a new place for the first time. Vacations offer children opportunities to explore new places, meet interesting people, try new activities, and experience different cuisine. However, they do not always understand that going on vacation involves more than throwing some clothes in a bag and jumping in the car. That’s why some experts advocate using your next family vacation as an educational opportunity for your children. As you plan your trip to the Outer Banks, you can get your kids involved in the planning, preparation, and responsibilities in order to help them learn about all the different aspects of creating your favorite family memories.
Two for one Day…
We have received so many Memory Monday Photo submissions recently we are going to start sharing two photo memories this week.
The first photo memory we have comes to us from Sharon Rowland who stayed with us at Outer Banks Blue in the vacation rental property “Sentimental Journey” in the Sanderling in Duck. Here’s a great serene shot of the soundside in Duck.
Hurricane Arthur causes minimal damage on the Outer Banks
Damage assesment crews have scoured the Outer Banks and it appears the damage from Hurricane Arthur is, for the most part, insignificant.
Don’t get so excited about your vacation to the Outer Banks beaches that you forget to take the essentials. If you’re renting a house from Outer Banks Blue, you don’t need to worry about linens or towels, as we’ll provide those.
You wait all year long for the one week you can relax, sleep late and do whatever your little heart desires. However, just a few days into your Outer Banks vacation, reality can come creeping in and threaten to ruin your well-deserved break.