The Town of Nags Head is planning on participating in a beach re-nourishment project in 2019. This will impact 10 miles of shoreline beginning at Milepost 11 (just past the Bonnet Street beach access) and continue through Milepost 21 where it meets the National Park Service land.
The Beach Nourishment project will include pumping sand from the ocean floor up onto the beach in areas to build up the beach and create a larger area to receive the impact of wave action and storm surge. The beaches will be open during this time. However, this project may restrict access to certain areas of the beach during construction and some public beach access may be closed for a short period of time.
The latest estimate has the project beginning in May 2019. However, permitting and bid delays could push the start date back.
Please visit the Town of Nags Head website for the most updated information on work schedules and impact zones.
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Visit Dare County's Website for more information on the Beach Nourishment project including videos and an up-to-date closure schedule.
Although we don't anticipate Beach Nourishment to affect your vacation, we suggest maybe considering visiting H2OBX Waterpark on the days Beach Nourishment is happening on the beach in your area. Take advantage of the discounted Weekly Vacation Pass. Visit H2OBX Waterpark all week for one low price!
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