Outer Banks of North Carolina Live Webcams
We understand that visitors who love the Outer Banks want to know what's going on when they aren't in town. Or maybe you are coming into town and you're wondering if there is heavy traffi or bad weather. Maybe you're curious about the current surf conditions. Maybe you just miss seeing the ocean! Either way, our Outer Banks webcam directory will help you to get a live view of the current conditions on the OBX. Listed from north to south, you no longer have to imagine what the beach looks like... simply click on one of the webcams below and see for yourself!
Avalon Fishing Pier Webcam
2111 N Virginia Dare Trail | Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina 27948
Enjoy a live look at what's going on at the pier and the surrounding ocean waves. Constructed in 1958, Avalon Fishing Pier is located at Milepost 6 and at roughly 700-feet in length, it's a very popular spot to go cast your fishing line.
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Town of Nags Head Office Webcam
5401 S. Croatan Highway | Nags Head, North Carolina 27959
Featuring an east & west facing cam, the Town of Nags Head provides a look at the bypass to the west and a line of oceanfront homes to the east. These live cams are great for checking if there is inclement weather, high winds, or heavy traffic.
Jennette's Pier Webcam
7223 S Virginia Dare Trail | Nags Head, North Carolina 27959
This beach cam is located just south of Jennette's Pier in Nags Head. The live feed offers a great view of the beach and shoreline, and the state-of-the-art Jennette's Pier - perfect for checking ocean conditions and weather!
Nags Head Fishing Pier Webcam
3335 S Virginia Dare Trail | Nags Head, North Carolina 27959
One of the longest standing piers on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, visitors love stopping by to fish, walk out over the water, or grab a meal at the popular oceanfront bar. Their webcam cycles through several views of the pier, ocean, and beach.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Webcam
46379 Lighthouse Road | Buxton, North Carolina 27920
The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse stands at 208 feet, is the tallest brick lighthouse in North America. Painted in black and white spirals with a red base, the light can be seen up to 24 nautical miles away. Open for climbing in-season, there are 257 steps to the top.
Hatteras Beach Webcam
NC Highway 12 | Hatteras, North Carolina 27943
If you'd like to take a peak at the ocean conditions at the end of Hatteras Island, this cam that streams live from Durant Station Condominiums gives you a peak at the waves and NC-12 through Hatteras.