Surf Side Condos Nags Head, NC

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Surf Side Condos Nags Head, NC

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Nags Head is arguably one of the Outer Banks' most established tourism destinations, and the area remains popular with visitors today for its wealth of amenities, sprawling ocean and soundfront views, and classic Outer Banks style. In Nags Head, a beach-loving vacationer can find virtually anything to make an OBX vacation perfect, including some of the area's favorite restaurants, natural and historical attractions, and miles of fun. Visitors come here year after year for the fantastic Outer Banks beaches and ample entertainment, and have been doing so for generations. An ideal mix of on-the-beach relaxation and off-the-beach amusements, Nags Head remains one of the Outer Banks' most loved vacation destinations.
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Nags Head
44 yerel halk öneriyor
Nags Head is arguably one of the Outer Banks' most established tourism destinations, and the area remains popular with visitors today for its wealth of amenities, sprawling ocean and soundfront views, and classic Outer Banks style. In Nags Head, a beach-loving vacationer can find virtually anything to make an OBX vacation perfect, including some of the area's favorite restaurants, natural and historical attractions, and miles of fun. Visitors come here year after year for the fantastic Outer Banks beaches and ample entertainment, and have been doing so for generations. An ideal mix of on-the-beach relaxation and off-the-beach amusements, Nags Head remains one of the Outer Banks' most loved vacation destinations.

Sightseeing

Jennette's Pier is one of the longest running attractions on the Outer Banks, although seasoned vacationers would have trouble recognizing the original 1939 structure. After taking a severe battering by Hurricane Isabel in 2003, the pier was revitalized into the modern structure it is today, with a fantastic on-site educational center, seasonal programs for visitors of all ages, and of course, some pretty spectacular fishing off the 1,000 foot long pier. Today, Nags Head and central Outer Banks vacationers with a hankering for some good views or some great fishing are welcome to flock to the pier to check out the new digs. As a ground-breaking addition to the North Carolina Aquarium system, as well as a fantastic spot to cast out a line, Jennette's Pier is as popular as ever with regular visitors and newcomers alike.
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Jennette's Pier
7223 S Virginia Dare Trail
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Jennette's Pier is one of the longest running attractions on the Outer Banks, although seasoned vacationers would have trouble recognizing the original 1939 structure. After taking a severe battering by Hurricane Isabel in 2003, the pier was revitalized into the modern structure it is today, with a fantastic on-site educational center, seasonal programs for visitors of all ages, and of course, some pretty spectacular fishing off the 1,000 foot long pier. Today, Nags Head and central Outer Banks vacationers with a hankering for some good views or some great fishing are welcome to flock to the pier to check out the new digs. As a ground-breaking addition to the North Carolina Aquarium system, as well as a fantastic spot to cast out a line, Jennette's Pier is as popular as ever with regular visitors and newcomers alike.
Located just south of Nags Head, the Bodie Island Lighthouse as it stands today is the third such beacon built to help mariners maneuver the coast from Cape Hatteras to Currituck Beach. The original Bodie Island Lighthouse (pronounced “body”) was built in 1847, on the south side of Oregon Inlet in an area known today as Pea Island. Abandoned twelve years later due to a poor foundation, the lighthouse was rebuilt in 1859, again south of the inlet, but was blown up in 1861 by retreating Confederate troops who feared the Union would use it to their advantage for navigation.
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Bodie Island Visitor Center
8180 Bodie Island Lighthouse Rd
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Located just south of Nags Head, the Bodie Island Lighthouse as it stands today is the third such beacon built to help mariners maneuver the coast from Cape Hatteras to Currituck Beach. The original Bodie Island Lighthouse (pronounced “body”) was built in 1847, on the south side of Oregon Inlet in an area known today as Pea Island. Abandoned twelve years later due to a poor foundation, the lighthouse was rebuilt in 1859, again south of the inlet, but was blown up in 1861 by retreating Confederate troops who feared the Union would use it to their advantage for navigation.
At the end of Queen Elizabeth Avenue, and within easy walking distance of Manteo’s unique shops and restaurants, you’ll find the Waterfront Park. It features a playground and picnic area and lots of benches along the waterfront boardwalk, which connects the park to other waterfront attractions. From the park, a short stroll on the boardwalk in different directions will take you to the waterfront gazebo, the Roanoke Marshes Light House, the Town boat ramp and marina or the George Washington Creef Boathouse - or farther for a nature walk though the marsh areas of Shallowbag Bay. Also from the park you get a great view of the Elizabeth II docked at Roanoke Island Festival Park.
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Manteo Waterfront Marina
207 Queen Elizabeth Ave
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At the end of Queen Elizabeth Avenue, and within easy walking distance of Manteo’s unique shops and restaurants, you’ll find the Waterfront Park. It features a playground and picnic area and lots of benches along the waterfront boardwalk, which connects the park to other waterfront attractions. From the park, a short stroll on the boardwalk in different directions will take you to the waterfront gazebo, the Roanoke Marshes Light House, the Town boat ramp and marina or the George Washington Creef Boathouse - or farther for a nature walk though the marsh areas of Shallowbag Bay. Also from the park you get a great view of the Elizabeth II docked at Roanoke Island Festival Park.
The "Waters of the Outer Banks" are waiting to be discovered. Witness our conservation efforts in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center, open 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. See an alligator, touch the stingrays, wonder at the playful river otters and marvel at sharks.
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North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island
374 Airport Rd
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The "Waters of the Outer Banks" are waiting to be discovered. Witness our conservation efforts in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation (STAR) Center, open 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. See an alligator, touch the stingrays, wonder at the playful river otters and marvel at sharks.
Fanciful and elaborate gardens were designed to entertain Queen Elizabeth I during her reign. Our garden was created for your enjoyment, and as a living memorial to Sir Walter Raleigh’s lost colonists who lived in this very place over 400 years ago. The Elizabethan Gardens is a project of the Garden Club of North Carolina.
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The Elizabethan Gardens
1411 National Park Dr
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Fanciful and elaborate gardens were designed to entertain Queen Elizabeth I during her reign. Our garden was created for your enjoyment, and as a living memorial to Sir Walter Raleigh’s lost colonists who lived in this very place over 400 years ago. The Elizabethan Gardens is a project of the Garden Club of North Carolina.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke The tale of Virginia Dare Over thirty years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, a group of 117 weary men, women and children waded ashore and made history on Roanoke Island in July 1587, establishing the first attempted settlement of its kind in the Americas.
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The Lost Colony (Kayıp Koloni Müzikali)
1409 National Park Dr
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The Lost Colony of Roanoke The tale of Virginia Dare Over thirty years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, a group of 117 weary men, women and children waded ashore and made history on Roanoke Island in July 1587, establishing the first attempted settlement of its kind in the Americas.
Experience a new adventure in an old world at Roanoke Island Festival Park. This 25-acre historic site allows guests of all ages to experience first-hand what life was like for the first English settlers in 1585. Historic costumed interpreters are featured throughout the Settlement Site and the Elizabeth II ship to demonstrate how the first settlers lived, worked and played on Roanoke Island. For a hands-on history lesson, visit American Indian Town and the Adventure Museum that feature interactive exhibits that all ages will enjoy. The park also serves as a venue for concerts, events and weddings in the indoor theatre or outdoor waterfront pavilion. Whether you’re enjoying the museum or an outdoor concert, Festival Park offers a stunning location with piers, nature trails and picturesque views at every turn. Experience an unforgettable adventure on the Outer Banks at Roanoke Island Festival Park – where history comes alive.
158 yerel halk öneriyor
Roanoke Adası Festival Parkı
1 Festival Park
158 yerel halk öneriyor
Experience a new adventure in an old world at Roanoke Island Festival Park. This 25-acre historic site allows guests of all ages to experience first-hand what life was like for the first English settlers in 1585. Historic costumed interpreters are featured throughout the Settlement Site and the Elizabeth II ship to demonstrate how the first settlers lived, worked and played on Roanoke Island. For a hands-on history lesson, visit American Indian Town and the Adventure Museum that feature interactive exhibits that all ages will enjoy. The park also serves as a venue for concerts, events and weddings in the indoor theatre or outdoor waterfront pavilion. Whether you’re enjoying the museum or an outdoor concert, Festival Park offers a stunning location with piers, nature trails and picturesque views at every turn. Experience an unforgettable adventure on the Outer Banks at Roanoke Island Festival Park – where history comes alive.

Groceries

Grocery Store nearby
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Food Lion
1720 N Croatan Hwy
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Grocery Store nearby
Specialty Grocery Store
48 yerel halk öneriyor
The Fresh Market
5000 S Croatan Hwy
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Specialty Grocery Store

Shopping

The Outer Banks Mall is one stop shopping for Food Lion groceries, GNC health food, NY Bagels, Taiko Sushi, the Dollar Store, Sears, Outer Banks Opticians, The Cottage Shop and Kellogg Design Center, a Hallmark store, Dare Jewelers and more. You’ll also find one of the largest furniture stores on the beach, Outer Banks Furniture.
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Outer Banks Mall
5000 S Croatan Hwy
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The Outer Banks Mall is one stop shopping for Food Lion groceries, GNC health food, NY Bagels, Taiko Sushi, the Dollar Store, Sears, Outer Banks Opticians, The Cottage Shop and Kellogg Design Center, a Hallmark store, Dare Jewelers and more. You’ll also find one of the largest furniture stores on the beach, Outer Banks Furniture.
Visit Outlets Nags Head to find your favorite brands for less every day! American Eagle Outfitters, Carter’s Babies and Kids, Corningware, Talbots, Gap Factory Store and JCrew - just to name a few. We also feature local stores such as Salt Coast Outfitters and Outer Banks Olive Oil. Click here to view our full list of stores.Enjoy your lunch from Tropical Smoothie and eat on our beautiful Terrace overlooking the Albemarle Sound! Then take a break to play cornhole or play a game of checkers on a giant checker board for more family fun! At Outlets Nags Head we’re committed to offering you the ultimate shopping experience.So start your trip with a visit to Customer Service behind Talbots and get your free VIP Coupon Book and discover the great deals we offer all year long!
134 yerel halk öneriyor
Outlets Nags Head
7100 S Croatan Hwy
134 yerel halk öneriyor
Visit Outlets Nags Head to find your favorite brands for less every day! American Eagle Outfitters, Carter’s Babies and Kids, Corningware, Talbots, Gap Factory Store and JCrew - just to name a few. We also feature local stores such as Salt Coast Outfitters and Outer Banks Olive Oil. Click here to view our full list of stores.Enjoy your lunch from Tropical Smoothie and eat on our beautiful Terrace overlooking the Albemarle Sound! Then take a break to play cornhole or play a game of checkers on a giant checker board for more family fun! At Outlets Nags Head we’re committed to offering you the ultimate shopping experience.So start your trip with a visit to Customer Service behind Talbots and get your free VIP Coupon Book and discover the great deals we offer all year long!

Food scene

Truly an Outer Banks family tradition, Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant has been owned & operated by the Miller Family since 1982. Dedication to quality food and service shines through with every meal and is comparable only to the beautiful water views. Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant overlooks the Roanoke Sound in Nags Head, so you can enjoy casual dining while watching kiteboarders, windsurfers & Mother Nature’s best sunsets. The Waterfront Sunset Bar & Grill is the newest addition to the Miller’s experience. Located upstairs, the Sunset Bar & Grill features delicious cocktails, a wide selection of craft beers, a full menu of creative casual fare, and the best views in Nags Head. Fully open to the sound, our large windows offer a new twist on open air dining, allowing you to feel the coastal breezes while enjoying your drinks with a view.
158 yerel halk öneriyor
Roanoke Adası Festival Parkı
1 Festival Park
158 yerel halk öneriyor
Truly an Outer Banks family tradition, Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant has been owned & operated by the Miller Family since 1982. Dedication to quality food and service shines through with every meal and is comparable only to the beautiful water views. Miller’s Waterfront Restaurant overlooks the Roanoke Sound in Nags Head, so you can enjoy casual dining while watching kiteboarders, windsurfers & Mother Nature’s best sunsets. The Waterfront Sunset Bar & Grill is the newest addition to the Miller’s experience. Located upstairs, the Sunset Bar & Grill features delicious cocktails, a wide selection of craft beers, a full menu of creative casual fare, and the best views in Nags Head. Fully open to the sound, our large windows offer a new twist on open air dining, allowing you to feel the coastal breezes while enjoying your drinks with a view.
At Lone Cedar Café, we specialize in fresh and local Outer Banks seafood. If you’re craving the freshest fish, clams, crab, shrimp and oysters from local North Carolina waters, you’ll find them at the Lone Cedar Café. For generations, Outer Banks families made their livings — and their daily meals — from the bounty of local waters, caught fresh every day. Our family, the Basnights, were part of that history, and we continue the tradition today by serving only the freshest Outer Banks seafood, caught in local waters and brought to our docks daily by local fishermen, then cleaned and prepared right here at the Lone Cedar Café. Our vegetables are “just picked” from North Carolina farms, we serve only all-natural beef and poultry and even our herbs and greens are grown in our own chemical-free garden on-site. Come enjoy delicious food, gorgeous sunsets and panoramic water views, the antics of our resident ospreys and our warm Southern hospitality.
101 yerel halk öneriyor
Basnight's Lone Cedar Cafe
7623 S Virginia Dare Trail
101 yerel halk öneriyor
At Lone Cedar Café, we specialize in fresh and local Outer Banks seafood. If you’re craving the freshest fish, clams, crab, shrimp and oysters from local North Carolina waters, you’ll find them at the Lone Cedar Café. For generations, Outer Banks families made their livings — and their daily meals — from the bounty of local waters, caught fresh every day. Our family, the Basnights, were part of that history, and we continue the tradition today by serving only the freshest Outer Banks seafood, caught in local waters and brought to our docks daily by local fishermen, then cleaned and prepared right here at the Lone Cedar Café. Our vegetables are “just picked” from North Carolina farms, we serve only all-natural beef and poultry and even our herbs and greens are grown in our own chemical-free garden on-site. Come enjoy delicious food, gorgeous sunsets and panoramic water views, the antics of our resident ospreys and our warm Southern hospitality.
Our seafood restaurant in Nags Head is rooted in Outer Banks history. ABOUT OWENS’ HISTORY. Our food celebrates our southern culture. Meals are respectfully crafted and prepared with the inspirational energy of today’s cuisine. Owens’ Restaurant is considered by many to be the best place to eat in Nags Head.
55 yerel halk öneriyor
Owens' Restaurant
7114 S Virginia Dare Trail
55 yerel halk öneriyor
Our seafood restaurant in Nags Head is rooted in Outer Banks history. ABOUT OWENS’ HISTORY. Our food celebrates our southern culture. Meals are respectfully crafted and prepared with the inspirational energy of today’s cuisine. Owens’ Restaurant is considered by many to be the best place to eat in Nags Head.
Welcome to The Dunes Restaurant & Bar, a Nags Head breakfast restaurant, dinner restaurant and full service bar all in one. We have been a favorite on the Outer Banks dining scene for the past 38 years and hope that you will make us a part of your family tradition. Every morning, we specialize in big Outer Banks breakfasts. We've cooked millions of eggs over the years, so we know a thing or two about what makes a good meal! Plus you add grits, bacon, or homemade biscuits to anything and it's the basis of The Dunes' good Southern breakfasts. No one leaves hungry. Each night, we serve the freshest Outer Banks seafood, including fresh fish, crabs, shrimp and oysters cooked just the way you like. Plus most nights, there are seasonal specials added to the menu. We invite you to come to our Nags Head restaurant and enjoy some Outer Banks, coastal, hospitality. Family owned and operated for 39 seasons.
15 yerel halk öneriyor
The Dunes Restaurant
7013 S Croatan Hwy
15 yerel halk öneriyor
Welcome to The Dunes Restaurant & Bar, a Nags Head breakfast restaurant, dinner restaurant and full service bar all in one. We have been a favorite on the Outer Banks dining scene for the past 38 years and hope that you will make us a part of your family tradition. Every morning, we specialize in big Outer Banks breakfasts. We've cooked millions of eggs over the years, so we know a thing or two about what makes a good meal! Plus you add grits, bacon, or homemade biscuits to anything and it's the basis of The Dunes' good Southern breakfasts. No one leaves hungry. Each night, we serve the freshest Outer Banks seafood, including fresh fish, crabs, shrimp and oysters cooked just the way you like. Plus most nights, there are seasonal specials added to the menu. We invite you to come to our Nags Head restaurant and enjoy some Outer Banks, coastal, hospitality. Family owned and operated for 39 seasons.
The Blue Moon Beach Grill is a quirky, fun-filled dining experience. We may be small, but we have a big personality. We provide Southern comfort food with a creative twist and flair. We understand a budget, and we always try to be affordably priced. Our staff will be very cordial and Southern hospitality will always be king. We want your experience to be a “Once in a Blue Moon” experience. Let us surprise you with our daily specials. Watch the blackboard for some amazingly creative dishes.
162 yerel halk öneriyor
Blue Moon Beach Grill
4104 S Virginia Dare Trail
162 yerel halk öneriyor
The Blue Moon Beach Grill is a quirky, fun-filled dining experience. We may be small, but we have a big personality. We provide Southern comfort food with a creative twist and flair. We understand a budget, and we always try to be affordably priced. Our staff will be very cordial and Southern hospitality will always be king. We want your experience to be a “Once in a Blue Moon” experience. Let us surprise you with our daily specials. Watch the blackboard for some amazingly creative dishes.

Activities

Pirate’s Cove Marina is the home of the World’s finest and most experienced charter fleet. 16 boats are available for Gulf Stream charter; 5 boats accommodate nearshore fishing trips, and 1 boat is for Inlet only, 4 people maximum. All other boats are based on a maximum of six people. Make-Up parties may be right up your alley if you have a smaller group. The make-up system is available for all types of charters.
35 yerel halk öneriyor
Pirate's Cove Marina
2000 Sailfish Dr
35 yerel halk öneriyor
Pirate’s Cove Marina is the home of the World’s finest and most experienced charter fleet. 16 boats are available for Gulf Stream charter; 5 boats accommodate nearshore fishing trips, and 1 boat is for Inlet only, 4 people maximum. All other boats are based on a maximum of six people. Make-Up parties may be right up your alley if you have a smaller group. The make-up system is available for all types of charters.
The tallest living sand dune on the Atlantic coast is a premier location for kites, sightseeing and sunsets, with a view arcing from the ocean to Roanoke Sound. A visitor center with museum and 360-foot boardwalk with exhibits explain the dune’s ecology and are a gradual entry to the massive dune field. Hang gliding lessons are available through a vendor in the park. Experienced hang gliders must have a current USHPA membership and get a flying permit at the visitor center. Shoes and sun protection are recommended. By calling ahead a minimum of 24 hours in advance, visitors with mobility restrictions can request a ride between 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in our all-terrain-vehicle to the top of the dunes. Rides will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes and availability will depend on weather and staff availability. The soundside access of the park is a different experience offering sunbathing, wading, paddling, and a one-mile nature trail that opens onto wetlands, grassy dunes and maritime thickets.
395 yerel halk öneriyor
Jockey's Ridge Eyalet Parkı
300 W Carolista Dr
395 yerel halk öneriyor
The tallest living sand dune on the Atlantic coast is a premier location for kites, sightseeing and sunsets, with a view arcing from the ocean to Roanoke Sound. A visitor center with museum and 360-foot boardwalk with exhibits explain the dune’s ecology and are a gradual entry to the massive dune field. Hang gliding lessons are available through a vendor in the park. Experienced hang gliders must have a current USHPA membership and get a flying permit at the visitor center. Shoes and sun protection are recommended. By calling ahead a minimum of 24 hours in advance, visitors with mobility restrictions can request a ride between 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in our all-terrain-vehicle to the top of the dunes. Rides will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes and availability will depend on weather and staff availability. The soundside access of the park is a different experience offering sunbathing, wading, paddling, and a one-mile nature trail that opens onto wetlands, grassy dunes and maritime thickets.
Located on the main drag in Nags Head, North Carolina, Kitty Hawk Watersports is the go-to spot to start your Outer Banks adventure. From jet ski rentals to kayak tours, we have what you need to make the most of the barrier islands. Looking to try parasailing or kayaking? Suit up and let’s go. Contact us today at (252) 441-2756 to start planning your next trip — and don’t forget to ask about our free delivery.
24 yerel halk öneriyor
Kitty Hawk Watersports
6920 South Croatan Highway
24 yerel halk öneriyor
Located on the main drag in Nags Head, North Carolina, Kitty Hawk Watersports is the go-to spot to start your Outer Banks adventure. From jet ski rentals to kayak tours, we have what you need to make the most of the barrier islands. Looking to try parasailing or kayaking? Suit up and let’s go. Contact us today at (252) 441-2756 to start planning your next trip — and don’t forget to ask about our free delivery.