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Things To Do In The Outer Banks

Although the Outer Banks may be best known for its beautiful beaches and natural landscape, there is also a plethora of activities that provide entertainment for visitors of any age. History buffs will appreciate the Wright Memorial and Fort Raleigh Historic Site. The more adventurous types will enjoy the various watersports available including parasailing, kite surfing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. Sightseers can take advantage of the 4 unique lighthouses in the area as well as Jockey’s Ridge, the east coast’s largest sand dune. Lastly, the whole family can gather together to experience the world’s longest running outdoor production, The Lost Colony, which tells the story of the first English colony established on Roanoke Island and their mysterious disappearance.

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Jennette's Pier Nags Head
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Jennette's Pier was the first fishing pier built on the Outer Banks.  Constructed in 1939, the pier was a destination for fisherman...

Avalon Pier
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The Avalon Pier is a local landmark on the Outer Banks.  Located at MP 6 in Kill Devil Hills, the pier was...

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