Birdwatching

More than 400 species of birds have been identified at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, located on the north end of Hatteras Island.

Charter Fishing

Recreation

Diving

The remains of more than 1,500 ships line our seafloor which is why The Outer Banks' coast is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic".

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Recreation

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Play a round at one of seven coastal golf courses gracing the OBX and admire maritime forest and the Atlantic as you walk the fairways.

Hang Gliding

Jockey's Ridge State Park is the spot for learning to fly. Lessons from qualified instructors are available through Kitty Hawk Kites' Hang Gliding Training Center.

Horseback Riding

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Kayaking

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Kite Flying

Adventure Abounds on the OBX!

Marlin

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Morning Surf

Surfing

Stand Up Paddleboarding

Stretch your comfort zone and try something new. Our calm sound waters are perfect for stand up paddle.

Surf Fishing

For the surf caster, there are more than 100 miles of accessible beach.

Surfer

There are plenty of amazing outdoor experiences available on the Outer Banks and plenty of outfitters to get you started with whichever new passion sparks your interest.

Surfing

The OBX is made up of 409 square miles of water. This makes the area perfect for a variety of water activities including surfing.

Wreck Diving

The remains of more than 1,500 ships line our seafloor which is why The Outer Banks' coast is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic".

Kiteboarding

The Outer Banks has been dubbed the "Kite Boarding and Windsurfing Capital of the East Coast"