A Nags Head vacation home places you in the heart of the Outer Bank, where you can walk or bike along the town’s multi-use path or “beach road” to golden beaches, historic beach cottages, and the famed Jockey’s Ridge State Park. Home of the tallest natural sand dune system of the eastern United States, Jockey’s Ridge not only offers amazing views high from its 100 ft. dunes, but it is also the place to soar to new heights on hang glider. Take hang gliding lessons from Kitty Hawk Kites, the worRead More
In the summer, Nags Head vacation houses will be in high demand. And it’s no wonder. With average highs in the 80s and lows in the upper 60s-70s from June to September, weather will be perfect soaking up the sun at the beach. In April and May, temperatures range from highs in 60s-70s with lows in the 40s-50s. Surfers may still hit the beach, but it’s also a great time for cruising down the open roads on your Harley during the Outer Banks Bike Week in April. In mid-May, enjoy the world’s oldRead More
Sample a good variety of seafood in Nags Head. If the bar scene leaves you wanting, check out nearby Kill Devil Hills.
Blue Moon Beach Grill 4104 S Virginia Dare Trail #16, Nags Head, 252-261-2583, www.bluemoonbeachgrill.com
Two words: Shrimp and grits, the highlight of one of the best seafood places in the Outer Banks. Don’t miss the Blue Moon.
Basnight’s Lone Cedar Café 7623 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head-Manteo Causeway, Nags Head, 252-441-5404
Sit at the porch and enjRead More
To enjoy all the Outer Banks has to offer, one could easily spend a week in a Nags Head vacation home. In the off-season, a Nags Head vacation rental could make a great weekend getaway, too.Read More