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Jockey's Ridge State Park
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Climb the biggest sand dune on the east coast. Take a hang gliding lesson or just watch the sunset.
Go explore the huge sand dunes! A must for OBX travelers. Our favorite time to go is at sunset.
The views of the sound and ocean from the top of the dunes are amazing! And the sunset is beyond words. It’s a must do in my list!
Dog friendly. Explore the dunes and hike to the peak for a 360 degree view of the island, sound and ocean. Parasail and fly a kite.
Unique experience walking on the sand dunes! Make sure you use plenty of sun screen, and dark glasses, especially on a windy day.
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“Wright Brothers National Memorial is a must-see. Operating Hours & Seasons: Wright Brothers National Memorial is open seven days a week, year-round, 9:00 am–5:00 pm. The only day the park is closed is Christmas Day, December 25. Fees & Passes: Individual Adult (16 and older) $10 Children (15 and younger) Free With Federal Recreational Lands Passes Free With Every Kid Outdoors Pass (4th-grader & family). Free Wright Brothers Annual Pass $35 Veterans Free ”
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“The first windpowered brewery in America located in Outer Banks, stop by for our OBX brews and stay for the live music.”
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“Aquarium! Live animal encounters, feedings, a 285,000-gallon shark tank, interactive exhibits, films & more. Hours: open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily The STAR Center is open 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily *Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day **Tickets available online: ncaquariums.com Admission: Adults (Ages 13-61): $12.95 Seniors (Ages 62 and older): $11.95 Military: $11.95 Children (Ages 3-12): $10.95 Ages 2 and younger and NC Aquarium Society Members: FREE”
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“The current Bodie Island Lighthouse (pronounced “body island”)is the third that has stood in this vicinity of Bodie Island on the Outer Banks in North Carolina and was built in 1872. It stands 156 feet (48 m) tall and is located on the Roanoke Sound side of a portion of a peninsula that is the first part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The lighthouse is just south of Nags Head, a few miles before Oregon Inlet. It was renovated from August 2009 to March 2013, and was made climbable by the public. There are 214 steps that spiral to the top. The 170-foot structure is one of only a dozen remaining tall, brick tower lighthouses in the United States — and one of the few with an original first-order Fresnel lens to cast its light.”
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