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Corolla

While it is one of the most popular Outer Banks destinations today, Corolla has all of the characteristics of that classic Outer Banks vacation. Loved by travelers for its seclusion, small town community, and variety of unique shopping and dining options, it’s a town where there’s plenty to do for the visitor yet you can live like a local! Corolla is ideal for families who want to lounge on the wide spacious beaches or visit one of the many historic destinations...

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Duck

The beaches, named among the top in the nation, are secluded and can be quieter from the hustle and bustle of the barrier islands’ southern towns. You can enjoy fantastic shell collecting among quaint, less public seashores, especially in the offseason months. Duck Town Park & Boardwalk offers a tranquil environment for top annual events, including the Duck Jazz Festival. Although travelers to the area should have the sound-side views on their must-do list...

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Hatteras

The second-to-last island that creates the island chain of the Outer Banks is Cape Hatteras and its many villages. This area is known for its non-commercialized and natural surroundings, retaining the original Outer Banks vibe. Although adored for its ideal location for offshore fishing and surfing, visitors can also expect a spectacular environment for watersports. Classic landmarks like the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, iconic Cape Point, and places like The Graveyard of...

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Kill Devil Hills

The oldest township in the Outer Banks, Kill Devil Hills is the heart of the Outer Banks and the “central hub” for many Outer Banks visitors because of its prime location that’s between it all.

The area’s unique name comes from the band of rum found during the colonial period said to be strong enough to “kill the devil”. Forever marking its place in history in 1903 as the location of the Wright brothers’ innovation in flight...


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Kitty Hawk

While its name’s origin is debated and mysterious to this day, there’s no arguing the area’s status as one of the best destinations for vacationing along the Outer Banks. A classic beach town with great shopping, dining and more, Kitty Hawk is also known for its natural experiences and beauty. Ample public beach access allows for an easy day of soaking in the sun on the Atlantic coast. Across the way on the Kitty Hawk Bay is the town’s coastal preserve, offering a serene walk through the woodsy side of the island....


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Manteo

Sitting on the eastern side of Roanoke Island, Manteo is one of the most unique and charming locations that make up the chain of barrier islands. Its geography is unlike any of its neighboring towns; although the island is not along the coast of the Atlantic, it is surrounded by popular waterfront settings.

Distant yet easily traveled to, Manteo is effortlessly accessible from South Nags Head and connected by the major highway. Wrapped around Shallowbag...


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Nags Head

So well-renowned that many use its name to describe the Outer Banks as a whole, the town of Nags Head epitomizes the OBX experience. From its earliest beginnings as a summer vacation destination, it has been a haven for tourists looking to explore the North Carolina coast for over 150 years. Several historic cottages and hotels remain, still accommodating guests just as they have for decades...


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Point Harbor

A part of the greater Currituck County area, Point Harbor is known for being the final destination before crossing the Wright Memorial Bridge into Kitty Hawk or Southern Shores. Offering a more secluded and serene setting in many of its neighborhoods, the town’s rural environment allows for a quiet getaway while remaining minutes away from the lively barrier islands that are across the way...


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Salvo

Originally called Clarks or Clarksville, the village of Salvo on the Outer Banks got is name in a most interesting way. The legend goes that during the Civil War, a sailor aboard a Union ship passing off the coast of Hatteras Island spied the town of Clarks, but couldn't find a name for it on the map. He informed his captain who famously said, "Give it a salvo anyway." They did, and the sailor then wrote "Salvo" on his map to...


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Southern Shores

Very similar to its bordering towns of Duck and Kitty Hawk, Southern Shores provides great proximity to both oceanfront and sound-side activities and attractions. Only 4 miles long and easily accessed by the highway, visitors will find this town’s charm in its less “busy” atmosphere and lack of commercial buildings and development. Being mostly residential, the town offers its guests a quiet forested environment - the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle!...


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