State Parks and Landmarks

The Outer Banks is home to five distinct lighthouses, the Wright Brothers' first flight, the largest sand dunes on the East Coast - Jockeys Ridge State Park, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, the new Roanoke Island Festival Park, the Lost Colony, and a host of activities including museums, watersports, fishing, events and festivals and more!

Looking for a “Thing to Do” in Hatteras? The Ocean Center provides a wide variety of recreational and educational activities for people of all ages.

57204 NC-12, Hatteras, NC

Located in Dare County, Nags Head Woods offers plenty of things to do, such as hiking, jogging, bicycling, and many more outdoor activities year-round.

701 W Ocean Acres Dr, Kill Devil Hills, NC

Ocracoke Light was built in Hyde County, on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina in 1823 by Massachusetts builder Noah Porter. The lighthouse stands 75 feet tall.

Lighthouse Rd, Ocracoke, NC

Established April 8, 1938, Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge consists of 5,834 acres of land and is located on the north end of Hatteras Island.

Rodanthe, NC

If you are interested in Outer Banks history, nature, recreation, and family activities, Roanoke Island Festival Park is an ideal choice.

Manteo, NC 27954

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse on the Manteo Waterfront. The lighthouse is on the Manteo waterfront, on the east side of Roanoke Island.

Queen Elizabeth Ave, Manteo, NC

Wind, sand, and a dream of flight brought Wilbur and Orville Wright to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina where, after four years of experimentation, they achieved the first successful airplane flights in

1000 North Croatan Highway, Kill Devil Hills, NC
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