A leading directory of quality Outer Banks vacation rentals and homes for rent on your next North Carolina beach vacation.
Last Updated on - Saturday, May 18, 2013
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a 200-mile strip of coastal barrier islands with beautiful beaches and no crowds, plus world-class fishing, pure golf courses, important historical sites, and a rich heritage with unspoiled natural beauty.
North Carolina Vacation Rentals
A North Carolina vacation rental in the Outer Banks can be an ideal place for families and couples who want to reconnect or recharge. Whether you are looking for a rejuvenating break from the humdrum of daily life, or a place to lie in the sun, a North Carolina beach rental might be just what you're looking for.
During your Outer Banks N.C. vacation rental, you and your family can take a look at Duck's U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Field Research Facility, or go to the site of the Wright Brothers' first flight in Kill Devils Hill. More great sights to see include Nags Head's Bodie Island Lighthouse or the Jockey Ridge State Park, which is an Ecological Preserve consist ing of a rare maritime forest and the site of the wreck of the U.S.S. Huron.
Experience Historic North Carolina in the Outer Banks!
Been to the Outer Banks before? Sure you saw everything? See places like the North Carolina Aquarium and the Roanoke Island Festival Park. Check out Hatteras Island's Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the Buxton Woods Maritime forest and Nature Trail and the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. See the Frisco Native American Museum, the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum and the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.
The Outer Banks are a Fisherman's Dream!
Many varieties of fresh and salt water fish existhere, including the mouthwatering Carolina Blue Crab. Rent an ocean front home and enjoy the miles of open water that let visitors sail, windsurf, water ski, shell and collect crabs. The Outer Banks has World class fishing areas that are known for catching Largemouth bass, pan fish, blues and Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, bluefish, jumbo bluefish, spot, and channel bass in addition to speckle trout. Go surf-fishing and see dolphin, tuna and marlin, then go home and cook the catch of the day in the kitchen of your beach house.