Feb 22, 2021

Where to Charge your Electric Vehicle on the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks is electric vehicle friendly

Electric vehicles are beginning to take over the roads in many areas, and they are becoming a popular way to travel to the Outer Banks. As the growth of electric vehicles continues, we are seeing more EV charging stations pop up on the OBX, and we have quite a few rental homes that offer charging options right at the home. If you’re wondering if the Outer Banks is a good destination to drive to in your electric vehicle, the answer is YES!

Public EV Charging Stations

You can find public electric vehicle charging stations from Corolla to Nags Head, so wherever you are on the OBX, you’ll be able to charge your Tesla or other electric vehicle for your next adventure.

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Corolla EV Chargers

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Twiddy & Company
1142 Ocean Trail
Corolla, NC 27927

There is currently one public EV charger in Corolla, located at Twiddy & Company’s office. The type is an AC Level 2 charger, and the charging station is set up to accommodate two electric vehicles, Tesla included. The Corolla EV charging station is located directly behind Twiddy & Company’s Corolla Sales office.

Duck Electric Vehicle Charging

Duck waterfront shops

The Waterfront Shops
1240 Duck Road
Duck, NC 27949

There are four Tesla Destination Chargers at The Waterfront Shops in Duck. The chargers are located in the north parking area, near The Blue Point.

Southern Shores EV Charger

Southern Shores Town Hall
5375 N. Virginia Dare Trail
Southern Shores, NC 27949

There is one J1772 level 2 charger at the Southern Shores Town Hall. The charger can accommodate two vehicles.

Kitty Hawk EV Charging

There currently are not any electric vehicle chargers in Kitty Hawk. The EV charger at Southern Shores Town Hall is located at the Kitty Hawk/Southern Shores town line, making it the closest electric vehicle charger to Kitty Hawk.

Kill Devil Hills EV Chargers

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Outer Banks Brewing Station Tesla charger

Outer Banks Brewing Station
600 S Croatan Hwy
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948

At the Outer Banks Brewing Station, there are two Tesla Destination Chargers and one J1772 level 2 charger.


Harris Teeter 
2012 S Croatan Hwy
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948

There are eight Tesla Superchargers at the Harris Teeter in Kill Devil Hills. Charge your Tesla while you are shopping for groceries.

Nags Head EV Chargers

Outlets Nags Head 
7100 S Croatan Highway
Nags Head, NC 27959

When you find yourself in Nags Head with your electric vehicle, stop by Outlets Nags Head for a charge. The shopping center has a dual-port ChargePoint J1772 for your EV charging needs.

Charging at Your Vacation Home

Several of our OBX vacation homes offer EV chargers on site at the home. From a Tesla Wall Connector to outdoor 240 volt NEMA 14-50 outlets, a handful of homes are ready to welcome you and your electric vehicle to the Outer Banks. 

OBX rental homes with an EV charger will oftentimes advertise the charger on the individual home details page. Search for ‘Tesla’ or ‘Electric Vehicle’ on our website to find homes that provide an EV charger. 

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The Ocean Club of OBX (ER010) 

This 12-bedroom luxury home located in Pine Island Reserve offers a Tesla Wall Connector right in the carport of the home. This vacation home includes many upscale features, and it’s the perfect OBX luxury home to host an upscale Outer Banks vacation. 

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exterior WOW V

WOW V (J10891) 

WOW V is a  7-bedroom, oceanfront home located in the beloved neighborhood of Whalehead that provides a 240v NEMA 14-50 outlet for vehicle charging.

E088 with car charging

Endless Summer I (E088) 

This 6-bedroom Pine Island Oceanfront offers an Electric vehicle outlet – 240v/40amp 14-50 NEMA close to the driveway.

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Surfside – Duck (B537) 

This beautiful 4-bedroom home in Duck has everything you need for the perfect Outer Banks vacation. A Tesla Wall Connector is available in the carport for your convenience.

Dreaming of An OBX Vacation?

Try visiting in the Fall! The weather is mild and the ocean temperature is still warm. There are plenty of things to do around town. Discover why Fall is a favorite time of year for Outer Banks locals.

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Feb 22, 2021

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