Outer Banks Area Webcams
Take a look at our live webcams below! Don't miss out on some of our favorite things to do and helpful beach tips for the Outer Banks.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Webcam
Check out the view atop the tallest lighthouse in North America. You can see the direct path of when the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was moved a half mile inland in 1999. Read more about Cape Hatteras Lighthouse history or discover other OBX lighthouses. Outer Banks Forever, the local nonprofit partner of the Outer Banks national parks, has partnered with the National Park Service, Outer Banks Visitors Bureau and Surfline to launch this new webcam that is the first of three to be installed in each of the national parks.
Jennette's Pier Webcam - Surfline
A one-of-a-kind educational ocean pier. The Aquarium-operated complex will feature educational classrooms and programs, alternative energy demonstrations, live animal exhibits, meeting facilities, a snack bar and tackle shop, and a host of other displays and features for good family fun with great fishing too! Located in Nags Head, central to the Outer Banks, there's plenty of opportunity for adventure and attractions to visit.
Kitty Hawk Surf Report - OBX Surf Info
The Town of Kitty Hawk is rich in history and tradition. When Orville and Wilbur Wright looked for a site for their aviation experiments in 1900, they needed a place with winds regularly over 15 mph. Today's Kitty Hawk, incorporated as a town on April 13, 1981, consists of our traditional village, a beach community of residential cottages and hotels, and a 461-acre maritime forest reserve called Kitty Hawk Woods. Plan your visit today!
Kitty Hawk Pier Report - Surfline