Fun Facts About the Outer Banks

Home of the centuries old Mothervine The 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 Scuppernong grapes, Fun Facts About the Outer Banks

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May 2022 Events

Rod & Custom Festival May 5th – May 7th Various Locations/Events Throughout the Outer Banks First Friday Manteo May 6th; 6p – 8p Downtown Manteo ESA’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Surf Competition May 6th – May 8th Jennette’s Pier, 7223 S. VA Dare Trail, Nags Head Dare County KidsFest May 6th; 9:30a – 12:30p Roanoke Island Festival May 2022 Events

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Mother’s Day on the OBX

If you’re going to be enjoying Mother’s Day weekend on the Outer Banks, then we have some great tips for you! And if you’re not spending Mother’s Day weekend on the Outer Banks, then we have some great tips for you to treat your mother to whenever you are here! Go for a long walk Mother’s Day on the OBX

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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 variety of ways to get your Outer Banks Piers

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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 Process The Currituck County Board of Commissioners voted to adopt┬áchanges to the beach parking permit process that will take effect on April 30. Visitors NOT Renting Info: Currituck County Beach Permits

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Behind Your Beach Find: Fulgurite

It’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, Behind Your Beach Find: Fulgurite

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OBX THIS MONTH: APRIL

OBX History Weekend March 30 – April 2ndVarious locations Butterfly Festival Everyday in April | 9am – 5pmThe Elizabethan Gardens, Manteo The Lost Colony Wine & Culinary Festival April 8-9th | 2pm – 5pmManteo Easter EGGstravaganza (1) April 15th – 16thKitty Hawk Kites @ Jockey’s Ridge Crossing, Nags Head Easter EGGstravaganza (2) April 16th The OBX THIS MONTH: APRIL

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Outer Banks This Month: March 2022

This page will be updated if more info is made available, so be sure to check back! Outer Banks Wedding Weekend & Expo Saturday, March 5 – Sunday, March 6 Kill Devil Hills Annual Outer Banks Beer Mile Saturday, March 12 — 2:00pm – 3:00pm Kitty Hawk St Patrick’s Day Parade Thursday, March 17 — Outer Banks This Month: March 2022

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