Nothing quite captures the essence of coastal North Carolina and its historic fishing roots like a visit to the Nags Head Pier. Stretching 750 feet over the Atlantic Ocean, this iconic structure—among the oldest in the Outer Banks—is an absolute must-visit if you’re exploring the area.Continue reading “A Visitor’s Guide to Nags Head Pier”
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a string of barrier islands that are almost as rich in history as they are in natural beauty.
The first thing on your to-do list when planning your OBX getaway? Be sure to book your stay with First Flight Rentals so you can enjoy amenities like private hot tubs, game rooms, swimming pools, and ocean views.Continue reading “24 Best Things to Do in Outer Banks”
When you hear the name Kitty Hawk, chances are the first thing that comes to mind is Orville and Wilbur Wright, the pioneers of modern aviation. The location of their first flight is found a few miles south of Kitty Hawk, in what is now known as Kill Devil Hills.Continue reading “A Visitor’s Guide to Kitty Hawk Beach”
If you’re looking for adventure in the Outer Banks, look no further than Corolla Adventure Park. The park has several activities perfect for those looking for an adrenaline rush.
You can swing through the skies on a giant jungle gym full of fun obstacles or hurl an axe through the air, aiming for a wooden target. No matter what thrill-seeking adventure you choose, you’re sure to have a great time!Continue reading “Corolla Adventure Park: Full Guide”
Imagine yourself walking along the sandy shores of the Outer Banks coastline, sand in your toes, a beachy breeze whipping through your hair, and the sound of waves crashing in the distance. Now, imagine that scene with your furry BFF beside you.Continue reading “Pet-Friendly Trip to the Outer Banks: The Ultimate Guide”
The Outer Banks is rich with history, and while you’ll find historic spots all around the barrier islands, the Elizabethan Gardens is, without a doubt, the most stunning.
With its meticulously manicured landscapes, vibrant blooms, and rich history, this gorgeous garden is a perfect excursion for visitors of all ages.Continue reading “A Visitor’s Guide to the Elizabethan Gardens”
For watersport enthusiasts, the Outer Banks of North Carolina provides a truly epic aquatic playground. While the entire coast of the OBX is a mecca for anyone looking for fun on the water, the small Outer Banks town of Corolla offers almost any watersport you can imagine.Continue reading “Must-Try Watersports in Corolla”
For some, an Outer Banks getaway means relaxation, enjoying the famous beach communities that dot the shores, and eating some of the best seafood on the Eastern Seaboard. But for others, it is the once in a lifetime opportunity to catch a glimpse of the bottlenose dolphins that frequent the coastal North Carolina waters year round.Continue reading “7 Great Dolphin Tours in Kitty Hawk”
When the hustle and bustle of a busy OBX vacation starts to wear you down, you don’t have to look far for a quiet escape that is the perfect opportunity to relax and recharge. Between the Outer Banks and the mainland, you’ll find Roanoke Island and the small fishing village of Wanchese, NC.Continue reading “A Traveler’s Guide to Wanchese, NC”
When visiting the Outer Banks, North Carolina, you’ll notice that many piers dot the coastline. These piers serve various purposes: scenic boardwalks, premier fishing spots, boat docking areas, and even memorable event venues for celebrations such as weddings.Continue reading “Visiting the Kitty Hawk Pier”