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Sea Glass Teaser

Looking for beautiful sea glass washed up on the beach is one of the many fun things to do on the Outer Banks and makes a unique souvenir to remember your seaside vacation!

Did you know that there are coral reefs off the coast of the Outer Banks? Artificial reefs are in our beautiful water maintaining marine life and keeping our ocean healthy. With our amazing water comes our amazing beaches where we have vacationers come from all over to enjoy! It is so important for you to wear sun protectant when you head to be beach, but it is just as important for it to be coral reef friendly!

Kitty Hawk Kites & Surfrider Foundation Outer Banks Socially Distanced Beach Clean-Up

Join our Club Seaside member, Kitty Hawk Kites, as they partner with the Outer Banks Surfrider Foundation to host another beach cleanup on Saturday, November 14! Beach clean-ups are a great way to get involved with the local community while helping preserve the natural beauty...

Outer Banks Sea Turtles

Perfect for the ultimate family vacation, the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a popular tourist destination well known its expansive undeveloped beaches, great watersport opportunities and awesome fishing locations. However, the OBX is also a wonderful place to visit if you love coastal wildlife....

OBX Maritime Forests

Maritime forests grow along barrier islands, like the Outer Banks, and are constantly changing estuaries that protect the shoreline while becoming a natural habitat to a variety of animal and plant species. From beautiful canals bustling with wildlife to relaxing trails that wind through natural marshland, exploring the local maritime forests give visitors an up-close and personal look at the area’s diverse environment.

Experience the NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island [Video]

Few educational places out there excite both kids and adults the way that aquariums do. The North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island celebrates the unique geography and diverse ecosystem of the Outer Banks and is a great place to spend the afternoon!

Dolphins in the Outer Banks

I spotted 4 dolphins from the beach in Kill Devil Hills last weekend.  No matter how many times I see those happy little creatures swim by I am always amazed.  I never expect to see dolphins.  I am always doing something else at the beach...