This great rental property in is directly across the street from the beach with a life guard. It's convenient to great shopping and eating establishments, as well as many exciting and historic places on the Outer Banks. Free WIFI so you can search for nearby activities which include great hang gliding, wind surfing, and golf. And don't forget some of the greatest fishing on the east coast. Whether it's on the pier, in the surf, or on a boat, you are sure to get your catch!
You will love it here!
One of the best locations on the outer banks! Walk to Beach Walk to Pizza, Ice Cream, Burgers, Sushi Bar
This Beach House is Close to Everything Yet it is on a very quiet block that never sees any traffic.
Everybody Walks Here.
Visit the OBX: The Outer Banks: where a warm wind blows!! Acclimate yourself to the Outer Banks by seeing a couple of the famous sites in the area. The Wright Brothers National Memorial, located in Kill Devil Hills, pays tribute to the two brothers from Dayton, Ohio who successfully completed the first sustained powered flights in a 'heavier than air machine.' Walk the First Flight trail, and hear the park rangers give a recount of the famous event. Probably the most famous site in the area is the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. At 208 feet, the lighthouse is the tallest in the US. It was recently moved to prevent the sea from carrying it away. The lighthouse was commissioned in 1870 to prevent sailors from running aground on Diamond Shoals, a treacherous stretch of sandbars just off shore. The secret is out: the Outer Banks is full of fishin' holes.
Possibly the worst kept secret in the world, anglers can employ surf and pier fishing, freshwater fishing, fly fishing, and inshore and offshore charter fishing to catch their favorite game. Golf in the Outer Banks is shaped by the terrain and the good humor of Mother Nature. Courses are reminiscent of Scottish links courses, and wind blown dunes rise up, seemingly out of nowhere, providing vigorous obstacles. Scuba divers flock to the Outer Banks visiting the more than 1500 ships that have sunk in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. Last but not least, the Outer Banks area is bird watching heaven. Over 400 bird species nest here at different times of the year.