Things to Do

With miles of sandy beaches and loads of off-shore fun, the Outer Banks offers a wide variety of outdoor activities that are well suited for everyone. The Outer Banks is made up of quaint towns and charming communities, it's unlike any beach resort on the East Coast. If you have visited the Outer Banks during the summer, you're well aware it's popular beach vacation destination, and has been for decades.

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Learn kiteboarding on the beautiful waters of Cape Hatteras!

Avon, NC, USA

The Kokomo boards in Wanchese on the Outer Banks and cruises the scenic Roanoke Sound in exploration of the magnificent paradise we call home.

4457 Mill Landing Rd, Wanchese, NC

Outer Banks Restaurant Tours offers walking and driving tours to sample to finest food and drink at the best restaurants in the Outer Banks.

Corolla, NC

The Outer Banks Seafood Festival is a two day event that focuses on showcasing fresh seafood by some of the Outer Banks’ best restaurants.

6800 S. Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC

Situated in the heart of Duck, Outer Banks Surf Shop carries all the main brands for you're time at the beach. Learn 2 Surf: Surf lessons with qualified surf instruction.

1176 Duck Rd Duck, NC

The Outer Banks Premier Surf Instruction

118 E Becker St, Nags Head, NC

Triathletes train for months to achieve their dream.Come to the Outer Banks Triathlon and experience the enthusiasm, inspiration and skill!

410 Airport Rd, Manteo, NC

Games, music, food, and LOTS of watermelon.

3933 S Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC

The Outrigger charter boat was built in 1993 by Bob Sullivan in Point Harbor, North Carolina. She is a 51 foot custom Carolina Spotfisher powered by twin 500 hp engines.

98 NC-12, Nags Head, 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
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