Explore Outer Banks, NC
If you’re looking for boardwalks, oceanfront hotels, flashy nightlife, or main street tourist traps, you won’t find it here. The natural beauty of the fragile islands and the pristine beaches is what makes the Outer Banks so unique. With miles of sandy beaches and loads of offshore fun, the Outer Banks offers a wide variety of outdoor activities that are well suited for everyone.
The Outer Banks stretches nearly 100 miles long and is surrounded by 900 miles of water. The National Park Service protects more than 70 miles of the coastal region. The barrier island’s mix of rolling sand dunes, beach grasses, and beautiful beaches has been charming visitors and residents for generations.
Our guide includes essential planning information such as accommodations, things to do, local forecasts and average weather temperatures. Check the live webcams in Outer Banks to see what’s happening around town and view current weather conditions. We’ll get your planning started, the rest is up to you.
Flyover the Outer Banks
Get a aerial tour of the Outer Banks, the views from above are amazing!
Drone Video Credit: YouTube Channel
Find a place to stay for your next trip to Outer Banks
Map of Outer Banks
Outer Banks Weather
View the Weekend and Extended Forecast for Nags Head, NC by Accuweather
Outer Banks Webcams
Check the webcams in Outer Banks to see what’s happening at the beach.
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Average high, low and ocean temperatures in Outer Banks. Sources: Accuweather, Weather.com, NOAA Climate.gov.
Visitors are encouraged to pick up a free guide for Outer Banks at the local visitors center or chambers of commerce. Information includes seasonal events, things to do, and area maps.