Category: OBX Info

Posted on 10/5/2022

Corolla Wild Horses 101

The horses are of the last remaining pure bred colonial spanish mustangs left in existence. DNA testing can confirm that are indeed a pure breed. The only other wild population on earth is on the Shackleford Banks just off the coast of Beaufort, North Carolina.Their population is roughly around 100,...

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Posted on 9/21/2022

Free Things To Do on the OBX

Vacation doesn't have to break the bank. If youre maintaining a budge on your trip, then we have some awesome ways to enjoy the most of the OBX without needing to reach into your wallet.Beach CombingThis is a given, it really is such a wonderful way to spend time on your vacation. Shells,

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Posted on 6/28/2022

Electric Vehicle Charging on the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks is one of the top drive-to destinations of the East Coast, so there are a lot of cars traveling on our roads. With the emergence and increasing popularity of electric cars, we've been seeing EV charging stations pop up along the Outer Banks. If your looking to vacation on the Outer

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Posted on 5/17/2022

Fun Facts About the Outer Banks

Home of the centuries old MothervineThe oldest grapevine on the entire continent lives and still produces grapes to this day in Manteo. Either planted by Croatan Natives or settlers of the Lost Colony, this vine has been around for hundreds of years. It is believed to be the original source of all

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Posted on 4/19/2022

Outer Banks Piers

Various aspects of the Outer Banks attracts visitors: history, surfing, family time, sight-seeing and fishing, to name a few. That last one, fishing, is a major pull. Oregon Inlet opens up to world class waters, there's even entire television series featuring OBX fishing -- Wicked Tuna! There are a

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Posted on 4/12/2022

Info: Currituck County Beach Permits

There has been updates made to the Currituck County beach permit system. The following message comes from Currituck County.Important Information Regarding Changes to the 2022 Currituck County Beach Parking Permit ProcessThe Currituck County Board of Commissioners voted to adoptchanges to...

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Posted on 4/5/2022

Behind Your Beach Find: Fulgurite

Travis DoveIt's no secret that the weather on the OBX can be a bit fickle. It's almost like the summer heat on the beach emulates popcorn over heat. Blips are popping up all over the radar, making a whole lot of something from nothing. But, you know what they say, "if you don't like the weather,

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Posted on 3/22/2022

Changing Tides: The Shifting Sands of The OBX

The Outer Banks holds a significant importance for many people and for many reasons. For some, it is their "happy place", it is where families gather and make invaluable memories. For others, it is where they earn a living, either through fishing, real estate, service industry, or investment

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Posted on 2/1/2022

The Story Behind Your Beach Find: Sea Stars

Welcome to our new blog series: The Story Behind Your Beach Find.In this series of blogs will be taking a closer look at some of the treasures you may find while beach combing on your Outer Banks vacation. The North Carolina coast is a beach combers dream, as there are so many capes and inlets which...

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Posted on 11/16/2021

Thanksgiving on the Outer Banks 2021

Can you believe we're coming upon the holiday season and celebrating Thanksgiving? The Outer Banks, one of the most family-friendly vacation spots in the USA, is a great place to enjoy the holidays. So what does Thanksgiving on the OBX look like? Here's what we think you'll want to know.Temperatures...

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