There is absolutely nothing better than waking up to the sunrise over the ocean.
Don’t just get it done, get it done right.
There are so many things for you and your pet to do no matter what town in the OBX you are staying
This gathering is one of several over the course of the year all using candid customer engagement as our compass for consistency and evolution.
It’s no secret that Fall is by far many Outer Banks locals’ favorite season
While we may not get to celebrate Fall’s arrival with cozy sweaters and boots like our friends up North, there is truly nothing more spectacular than October on the Outer Banks. Like the flip of a switch, the Summer crowds clear. Locals and a few lucky visitors are left with nothing but wide open beaches, pleasant weather, and a great lineup of activities & events that take place this time each year.
Location, location, location. The ocean and the ocean. We want a location that lets us become part of something.
There are great surfing spots on the Outer Banks. Actually, there are numerous surf spots down south that would be considered much better than the 4×4 beach, located in the most northern part of the Outer Banks. The waves are typically bigger and more performance oriented. I agree with that notion, but I also know that there are days where I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
Ice cream shops are sprinkled all along the OBX coast, and each shop brings something different to the table. Whether you want to indulge in homemade soft serve or you prefer your cone to be topped with hand-scooped ice cream, you are close to an ice cream shop anywhere you stay on the Outer Banks.
Each year, the Outer Banks hosts a variety of surfing competitions in the late summer timeframe. Many surfers travel from afar, and many more are locals, privileged to be surfing in their own backyard.