Visitors to the Outer Banks enjoy the simple pleasures of island life – fishing, playing in the surf, and riding bikes. The Outer Banks are where families come together to relax and refresh and savor some of the freshest seafood on the eastern seaboard.Continue reading “Seafood Markets Along The Outer Banks: Where To Get Fresh Seafood”
“Everything about” the Outer Banks, rhapsodized writer Anne Siddons, “had the ring and taste and feel of utter rightness to me.” And for decades, visitors have expressed similar sentiments about North Carolina’s humbly stylish archipelago wreathed by crystalline waters.
Note: information in this post is up to date as of September 2017. Laws tend to change, call if you have any questions.Continue reading “Outer Banks Open Container & Alcohol Laws You Need To Know”
Located between South Croatan Highway and Bonnett Street, the Dowdy Park is a new space that is built to offer recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Inside this 5-acre park visitors and locals can exercise, practice sports, have picnics with friends, or let their kids have a ball on the playground.Continue reading “Visit The New Dowdy Park In Nags Head”
The Outer Banks barrier islands of North Carolina are a popular holiday destination due to their miles of pristine beaches, state parks, and diving sites. The laid-back atmosphere makes it recommendable for a relaxing vacation.Continue reading “Summer 2017 Additions Around The Outer Banks”