Dream

The islands are as big as your imagination, so strap on your sandals and get set for days of discovery.

Welcome to the Outer Banks and over 100 miles of golden sand and pure Atlantic salt water. You can take a different trip to a different island every day and be motivated by panoramic views. We can thank the multitude of parks, wildlife refuges, coastal maritime forest, golf courses and seashores for preserving the OBX’s wild side. The wind-shaped landscapes and world renowned waters of the Outer Banks are a natural playground waiting to be explored.

Locals here feel an innate closeness to these elements, often serving as a source of livelihood, but also a connection to previous generations and our own country’s rich history. Drawn to the open spaces and natural settings that stir the soul, the chain of barrier islands that make up the Outer Banks helps to remind us of our place in the world. No city lights or tall buildings spoil the view just open for endless possibilities.

 

 

Cape Hatteras National Seashore

The Cape Hatteras National Seashore, America’s first national seashore, is home to eight small villages, and includes natural, cultural and historic attractions. more

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