Duck, the Outer Bank’s newest community has charming cottages dotting endless dunes on wide sand beaches. Rent a Duck vacation home, and you can have access to some of the nation’s best family beaches according to the Travel Channel. Interestingly, Duck has no public beach access, which keeps the beaches clean and relatively uncrowded. You can only enjoy these beautiful beaches if you stay in Duck, so renting a Duck beach house has all the more appeal.
On the beach, there’s plenty to do thanRead More
Brides-to-Be should visit Duck’s Sanderling Resort and Spa on in late March for the Outer Banks Wedding Show. Sample wedding cake, meet photographers and florists, and book reception venues. This is the place to be if planning an Outer Banks destination wedding.
In the summer, Duck vacation rentals will be in high demand with everyone wanting a slice of its golden sands. Enjoy picture perfect beach days with average highs in the 80s and lows in the upper 60s-70s from June to September. FromRead More
While Duck offers a nice range of restaurants with full bars and flavors, there are few watering holes or pubs. Head to Kitty Hawk or Kill Devil Hills for the nightlife. Expect Duck restaurant prices to be on the high side in this resort town.
Duck Donuts 1190 Duck Rd, Duck, 252-480-3304
Follow your nose to Duck Donuts, the best place for a morning indulgence. Choose your toppings and watch your donuts being made.
Blue Point Bar and Grill 1240 Duck Rd., Duck, 252-261-809Read More
In the summer, plan to enjoy Duck’s amazing beaches from your vacation rental for a week. Looking for a quick getaway? A Duck rental makes a nice weekend retreat in the off-season.Read More