April 2, 2009

The Best Lunches and Brunches in the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks of North Carolina offer excellent opportunities for family vacations. The multitude of available vacation rental homes allow for extended family members – grandparents, siblings, and cousins – to stay in one place with kitchen privileges and easy access to the beach. Sundays are especially good for families to enjoy time together, and … Continue reading The Best Lunches and Brunches in the Outer Banks »

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March 19, 2009

The Outer Banks – a Biker Friendly Destination

As Spring arrives with warm weather and cloudless skies, thoughts may turn to planning a weekend getaway. If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, the idea of riding down smooth coastal highway alongside a panoramic view of the ocean may appeal the most. For bikers in the Mid-Atlantic, the Outer Banks provides many options for an … Continue reading The Outer Banks – a Biker Friendly Destination »

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March 10, 2009

Spring Fling at Moonrise Bay Vineyard

Don’t miss your opportunity to sample the best of the Carolina vineyards, and enjoy great food and music! Moonrise Bay Vineyard of the Outer Banks is holding their annual Spring Fling on April 4, 2009, from noon to 4PM. For $30 you’ll enjoy tastings of recent Moonrise vintages and delight in the music of local … Continue reading Spring Fling at Moonrise Bay Vineyard »

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March 2, 2009

Surf Fishing in the Outer Banks

Surf Fishing The Outer Banks of North Carolina By E. A. Edwards My first experience surf fishing was with my father on Wrightsville Beach, NC in the 60’s. He parked our shiny black Ford Fairlane in a gravel parking lot off the beach and we hiked over the dunes to the surf, carrying rods, buckets, … Continue reading Surf Fishing in the Outer Banks »

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February 27, 2009

Outer Banks Wild Horses Photo Contest

Corolla, NC – Over one thousand of the popular 2009 Official Corolla Wild Horse Fund calendars have been sold since October of 2008, and the 2010 calendar photo contest is now underway. Open only to amateur photographers, up to three photos may be submitted. Photos can be current or historical, must be submitted on CD … Continue reading Outer Banks Wild Horses Photo Contest »

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February 24, 2009

Tiki Barber Loves the Outer Banks!

It’s true. The Currituck area in particular is named by the NFL great himself in an interview with USA Today on favorite travel spots. Barber noted especially sightseeing the wild mustangs as a recommended activity. Click here to read the entire interview with Tiki Barber.

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February 10, 2009

Bicycling in Currituck County

Bicycling in Currituck County, especially along the Outer Banks, is like nowhere else. Why spend money on gas, when you can hop on a beach cruiser and tour Currituck County via the many winding bike paths that border the beautiful and historic North Carolina shore? With several bike paths and wide paved shoulders on the … Continue reading Bicycling in Currituck County »

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January 15, 2009

Beach Cycling in Currituck

On a warm spring day, nothing beats a leisurely bicycle tour of the Currituck Outer Banks. Why spend money on gas, when you can hop on a beach cruiser and tour Currituck County via the many winding bike paths that border the beauty and historic interest of the North Carolina shore? For leisure riders and … Continue reading Beach Cycling in Currituck »

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October 16, 2008

Surfing in Currituck County: the Pipeline of the Outer Banks

North Carolina means a lot of things to a lot of people. Did you know it is great place for surfing? When you think of surfing, do you automatically think of California? Hawaii? Australia? When you learn a few of the facts, you will rethink your surfing options. The beaches of North Carolina, in particular … Continue reading Surfing in Currituck County: the Pipeline of the Outer Banks »

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October 1, 2008

Waterfowl Hunting in Currituck County

Among the countless activities one can partake in while in Currituck County, North Carolina, hunting near the Currituck Sound has been popular with locals and visitors alike for many years. Currituck Sound was connected directly to the Atlantic Ocean until the early 1800s by one or more inlets through the Outer Banks. Shifting sands eventually … Continue reading Waterfowl Hunting in Currituck County »

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August 16, 2008

Family Vacation in the Outer Banks

Vacation planning time is here again perhaps and you are seeking something new and different for your family. Currituck County, North Carolina, is so much more than beautiful pristine beaches. These are many activities your whole family will enjoy. Have you ever tried crabbing? All you need for this activity is some chicken, string and … Continue reading Family Vacation in the Outer Banks »

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