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Hurricane Dorian OBX Updates

Hurricane Dorian hit the Outer Banks beginning on September 5th of 2019, with the brunt of the storm occurring around 8:30 the morning of September 6th. Governor Roy Cooper and weather analysts advised OBX locals to evacuate, which approximately 900 did....

NOAA Unveils New Rip Current Forecasting Model

While the Outer Banks is the ideal beach destination for families, there are still many risks involved with swimming in the Atlantic—the biggest of which is rip currents. If you’ve been visiting the East Coast for any amount of time, you’ve likely heard about the...

To bring some happiness to your weekend, here is a collection of our favorite beach videos. Enjoy these OBX Moments of Zen.

SEASIDE VACATIONS 2019: THE YEAR IN REVIEW

2019 was an exciting year for Seaside Vacations guests, homeowners and staff! We had some great weather, shared some exciting stories, and added a ton of new features and homes for our guests to enjoy. Here’s a complete look at Seaside Vacations 2019: The Year...

outer banks crossword puzzle

Today is National Crossword Puzzle Day! The first crossword puzzle was published on December 21, 1913 and ever since, people around the world have loved the challenge of this part-trivia part-word game mash-up. In honor of National Crossword Puzzle Day, we have created an Outer...

NC 12 Rodanthe Jughandle Bridge Project

Whether you’re from the area or a long-time visitor, chances are that you’ve heard of the infamous “S-curves” on Pea Island. The name refers to a specific stretch of NC-12 that curves in an “S” shape right before entering the town of Rodanthe. Although a long time coming, plans for a more permanent, long-term solution began after Hurricane Sandy. The concluding solution? The Rodanthe "Jughandle" Bridge.

Kill Devil Hills Paws Park - Grand Opening!

From nature trails to scenic beaches, there are plenty of places for your canine best friend to explore but if you're ready for a place made just for him, visit Paws Park in Kill Devil Hills! The park is open to the public and free to use!

Mid-Currituck Bridge

A couple weeks ago on March 6, 2019, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) announced that federal approval had been received for the construction of the Mid-Currituck Bridge. Many local...

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