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Welcome to the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks of North Carolina offers a welcome relief from crowded cities and overrun vacation spots. In fact, you won’t find any cities on the Outer Banks, just 100+ miles of wide-open shoreline, charming seaside villages, and a mix of towns brimming with personality and fascinating connections to our nation’s history. Although we’re just a drive away, these barrier islands feel remote. Choose an oceanside vacation rental home, and just pop in the keycode for your rental and start vacationing on your own stretch of beach. Or, go for a different home experience at one of the romantic B&Bs of Roanoke Island and enjoy the walkable waterfront downtown of Manteo. This is where our country started (only makes sense to start a vacation here, too). You’ll find a variety of Outer Banks hotels, motels, cottage courts, campgrounds suitable for whatever experience you choose. See for yourself why Forbes and Dr. Beach ranked the Outer Banks as a top spot to get away to! 

Here is a list of our Current Vacancies (this list is subject to change).

  • Homes sit on the water's edge, granting their occupants the best Outer Banks sunset views.
    Places To Stay

    Places To Stay

    The Outer Banks has always been a place where personal space and privacy are part of the allure. If you're looking to spend a few days of peace with your best friends or loved ones.

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Dining on the OBX

Indoor and outdoor dining.

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Beach & Sound Accesses

Find a full list of conveniently located beach and sound accesses.

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Your Guide to An Outer Banks Wedding

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A City Dweller’s First Time Bird Watching on the Outer Banks

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Family's First Charter Fishing Trip On the Outer Banks

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