June 5, 2012
Both sunrise and sunset at the Outer Banks paint the sky with vibrant colors that reflect beautifully on the ocean waves.
Photo courtesy of Vironevaeh
Surf the OBX waves at Kill Devil Hills. Don't worry if you're not an experienced surfer; lessons are available.
Photo courtesy of TimothyJ
Several spots in the Outer Banks make for great Kodak moments; the gorgeous scenery found at this beach access is a great example.
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At Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant in Wanchese, you can watch the fishing boats haul in their catch while being served your entree. Now, that's fresh seafood!
Photo courtesy of Jasmine&Roses
Lighthouses dot the coastline of the Outer Banks in huge numbers. Explore these lighthouses because each has a unique story to tell.
Photo courtesy of lostinmiami
Stop in Corolla to take in the history and wildlife that can be found at the Whalehead Club.
Photo courtesy of travelguideline
Well, almost free! You'll still have to pay for the bread, but feeding the seagulls can be loads of fun.
From the wildlife to the history, there is plenty for kids to do in the Outer Banks. Beach activities should be at the top of that list; boogie boarding will keep them happy for hours.
Wild horses are known to roam the dunes at Corolla. So cool!
Photo courtesy of KitAy
Make use of the tackle shop on Nags Head Pier and you're sure to reel in a nice catch.
Photo courtesy of eliotsurfs
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