Outer Banks Vacation Blog

Beach Nourishment Begins!!

Nags Head Beach Nourishment finally began Tuesday evening at E. Lakeside Street. There were a few hiccups at first but it quicky got fixed and the sand began pumping at dark. The sand pumping began earlier than scheduled and so far it looks good. It will take a few weeks before anything is really ... View the full post »

July 4th Fireworks scheduled for Nags Head

Funding was unanimously approved for fireworks in the towns of Nags Head and Manteo. This is very exciting news for locals and vacationers as the only fireworks seen in 2010 were in Whalehead and Manteo. Having a Fireworks display in Nags Head will make it easier for everyone in Kitty Hawk, Kill... View the full post »

Crab and Fish Rodeo

Saturday, June 11th, come out for the annual Crabbing and Fish Rodeo on Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge. This is the only day that the north pond is open to the public for crabbing and fishing. Door prizes are donated by local businesses. The limit for crabs is 50 per person and if you p... View the full post »

Elan Guest Appreciation BBQ

Elan is gearing up for more weekend fun at our weekly Guest Appreciation BBQ. Guest's staying with Elan Vacations are treated to a free lunch of NC BBQ and Hot Dogs. We also have games, sprinklers and face painting for the kids. So, come and strech your legs a bit, fill your bellies and t... View the full post »

Duck is one ahead step ahead of shoreline loss

With losses of beach ranging from 50 to 90 feet in the past 15 years, the Town of Duck wants to know more about erosion as it maps out a plan for managing its shoreline. The Dare County Board of Commissioners provided a start Monday by agreeing to help pay for an erosion study along six m... View the full post »