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Let Your Pup Free!

Outer Banks vacations are not just for humans anymore! All the OBX parks are pet friendly. Your furry friend will definitely love places like Jockey’s Ridge State park in Nags Head, Wright Brothers National Memorial, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, and, of course, Nags Head beaches and Jennette’s Pier! Let your pup enjoy warm sand, blue ocean water, and salty … Read More

The Wild Horses of the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks of North Carolina consist of a 200 mile long stretch of barrier islands and peninsulas that separate the Atlantic Ocean from mainland North Carolina. The Currituck, and Albemarle Sounds fill the gap between the Outer Banks and North Carolina. Because of the peculiar geography, the Outer Banks was a very isolated and rugged area for quite some
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Worried about Sharks on your Beach Vacation?

Are there Sharks on the Outer Banks Beaches?

When considering where to take the family on a summer vacation, many factors should be taken into consideration. Cable news is great consultation for many things, but should not take the place of a travel agent.. If you were consulting cable news before your summer beach vacation on the Outer Banks, you … Read More

Best Places to Watch the Fireworks on the 4th

People celebrate the 4th of July in a variety of ways. Whether it is with a family cookout, or a relaxing day at the beach, after the sunset, many people will be anticipating the annual fireworks display. On the Outer Banks, there are many options for watching the fireworks, and you don’t need to wait until the 4th! Here are … Read More

Do Your Part to Stop Pollution

There are many causes and culprits that have led to the pollution of our oceans and other waterways, and while it would be almost impossible to completely prevent pollution, we can all do our part to prevent or minimize it. Here are a few things that you can do to help protect our precious seas and waterways.

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