Outer Banks of North Carolina Live Webcams
View our Outer Banks webcam directory and click on the links below to get a live view of the current conditions on the OBX. Listed from north to south, don't use your imagination to see what the beach looks like on the Outer Banks, click on one of the webcams below and see for yourself!
Avalon Fishing Pier
2111 N Virginia Dare Trail | Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina 27948
A live look at what's going on at the pier and what the surrounding waves look like. Constructed in 1958, Avalon Fishing Pier is located at milepost 6 and has plenty of arcade style games along 696 feet of wooden deck to cast your fishing line.
Town of Nags Head Office
5401 S. Croatan Highway | Nags Head, North Carolina 27959
Featuring an east facing and west facing cam, the Town of Nags Head's two webcams provide a look at the bypass to the west and a line of oceanfront homes to the east. Although you can't see the ocean, these live looks are great for viewing inclement weather or heavy traffic.
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 cam offers a great view of the beach, a perfect Outer Banks surf break, and the state-of-the-art Jennette's Pier.
Nags Head Fishing Pier
3335 S Virginia Dare Trail | Nags Head, North Carolina 27959
One of the oldest and longest standing piers on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, their webcam cycles through several views of the pier, ocean, and beach.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
46379 Lighthouse Road | Buxton, North Carolina 27920
The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, standing at 208 feet, is the tallest in the United States. Painted in black and white spirals, with a red base, it's light can be seen for 20 miles.