Here’s the Latest from
the Town of Nags Head on Beach Nourishment:
Nags Head’s beach
nourishment project is progressing well with construction moving south towards
the town line with the National Park Service at Mile Post 21. Once this area
has been completed in 10 days or so, operations will turn north from near
Pelican Street and begin progressing north … Read More
Here’s the Latest from the Town of Nags Head on Beach Nourishment:
Equipment is being staged on the beach and at the Forest Street and Juncos Street public beach accesses in preparation for the start of Nags Head’s 2019 beach nourishment project. Great Lakes Dredge and Dock, the Town’s dredging contractor for the project, has installed a sub-line (the submerged … Read More
wish to inform you that the Town of Nags Head will be conducting a beach
nourishment project starting in May of this year and lasting possibly through October.
Beach nourishment is the process of pumping sand onto an eroding shoreline to
widen the … Read More
As more projections for Hurricane Florence show its path towards the Outer Banks, we wish to let all our guests know that we will immediately contact you in the case of a mandatory evacuation. We expect that a true determination of the Hurricane’s size and path will be broadcast on Wednesday. For guests arriving next week, we will also contact
Summer May Be Over, But There’s Still Plenty to do on the Outer Banks!
Here’s a list of just a few September Events:
Food Truck Showdown – September 9th – 11am to 5pm at the Nags Head Soundside Event Site. Enjoy tastes offered by different food trucks and local brewers, all while listening to a number of live bands during
• Temperatures average in the 80’s, yet the water is still warm!
• Relatively less crowded beaches and restaurants!
• Flexible vacationing dates – Many homes begin to allow partial week reservations be made in advance!
• LOWER RATES!
Have you seen the Dinosaurs here on the Outer Banks? The Outer Banks Aquarium has brought back their summer dinosaur exhibit, but it’ll only be around for one more month, as the exhibit ends on September 4th. The aquarium is located on Roanoke Island in Manteo, right next to the airport.
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