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About The Area

About the outer banks
The Outer Banks (also known as OBX) is a 200-mile (320-km) long string of narrow barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina, beginning in the southeastern corner of Virginia Beach on the east coast of the United States. They cover approximately half the northern North Carolina coastline, separating the Currituck Sound, Albemarle Sound, and Pamlico Sound from the Atlantic Ocean. The Outer Banks is a major tourist destination and is known for its temperate climate and wide expanse of open beachfront.
local attractions

Jockey’s Ridge State Park More than 1 million hikers, hang gliders and sightseers annually visit Jockey’s Ridge, the East Coast’s tallest sand dune. The Soundside Nature Trail highlights the area’s unique animals and plants. Guided hikes, lectures and activity programs are available for all ages.

Lost Colony Outdoor Drama Experience a mystery that haunts Roanoke Island, where 117 men, women and children lived, then vanished...leaving an unsolved mystery. The Lost Colony reveals this story, a unique production with a spectacle of music, dance, drama and effects under the stars at Waterside Theatre, 8pm nightly during the summer.

Wright Brothers National Monument Exhibits and programs, a full-size replica of the Wright brothers’ 1902 glider and 1903 powered flyer, and reproductions of their camp, workshop and hangar are highlights of this National Park Service site. Ranger programs are offered throughout the summer months.

area links
The Outer Banks of North Carolina Visitor’s Bureau
The Lost Colony
The Wright Brothers National Memorial
North Carolina Division of Tourism
Sunny Day Guide to the Outer Banks
other things to know

Two medical clinics are located nearby, a new hospital facility is in the Nags Head area of the Outer Banks, and two larger hospitals are located within a one-hour’s drive.

In North Carolina, alcoholic beverages cannot be sold to those less than 21 years of age.

Most items you will need, such as clothing or personal toiletries, are available on the Outer Banks at reasonable prices. In fact, a major part of the tourist industry relates to shopping areas and stores oriented to the tourist trade. If you choose to travel lightly and purchase some of your clothing or other items on arrival, you should encounter no problems. Prices for food, clothing and personal items will be reasonable and not much higher than anywhere else in the country. Prices for items that are targeted to the tourist population may be more expensive.

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