Best Things to do at the Outer Banks OBX
Other Summer and Beach Blog Posts: Best Meals to Cook at the Beach Three Summer Sandwiches Summer Sandwiches, Part 2 Here is our list of favorite things to do and places to eat at the Outer Banks i…
A Day at the Grand Canyon South Rim - The Traveling Spud
How I spent a day at the grand canyon on the south rim.
Top 8 Pit-Stops For Your Drive to Hatteras
We’ve strategically put together a list of stops that can allow you to pass the time more enjoyably. Choose your route from the pit stop ideas below, and make your trip to Hatteras Island “pit-stop perfect”!
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Glass Beach, FOrt Bragg, North Carolina. I want to visit this place someday! This ocean coast used to be a dump and now it's a protected state park but all the glass thrown into the ocean has now been beaten and returned to shore as sea glass!
My first visit to the Outer Banks of North Carolina was one that delighted me. Check out these cool things that I got to do and explore in the OBX. #TBIN #TMOM
A Guide to the Outer Banks Lighthouses in North Carolina.
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Map of Outer Banks NC Lighthouses
Spanning from Corolla to Ocracoke Island, there are a total of five different lighthouses on the Outer Banks, a chain of barrier islands located just off the coast of North Carolina. It’s possible to visit all five in one single day, but it would take some swift driving and you wouldn’t be able to spend a lot of time at each landmark. Traveling straight from Currituck Beach Lighthouse to Ocracoke Island Lighthouse would take approximately 3.5 hours, which includes 2.5 hours of driving and an…
Waves, NC | Visit Outer Banks | OBX Vacation Guide
Waves, NC is part of a cluster of villages located on Hatteras Island. Waves, NC is surrounded by the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, which stretches over 70 miles. Access to the sound is terrific for kiteboarding and windsurfing fanatics. Touring the lighthouses, camping, exploring, sightseeing, and spending day at beach are popular activities. The open …