3329 S. Virginia Dare Trail, PO Box 196, Nags Head, NC, United States
The Colonial Inn is centrally located in Nags Head on the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina. This oceanfront property is located at the 11½ mile post and is next to the Nags Head Fishing Pier. We are also accessible to numerous attractions and outdoor activities.
Welcome to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Thanks for thinking of Kelly’s Outer Banks Restaurant. For over 28 years, we have served and entertained neighbors and guests, 3 million and counting. Dine with us in our Nags Head restaurant and check out the various artifacts, 100% indigenous to NC. Or dine with us at home, choosing directly from our menu or a customized catering easily picked up or delivered.
4104 S Virginia Dare Trail #16, Nags Head, NC, United States
The Blue Moon Grill is a quirky, fun filled dining experience. We may be small but we have a big personality. We provide southern comfort food, with a creative twist and flair. We understand a budget, and we always try to be affordably priced. Our staff will be very cordial and southern hospitality will always be king. We want your experience to be a “Once in a blue moon” experience.
3016 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC, United States
Nestled among the dunes of the Outer Banks town of Nags Head, you'll find a delicious slice of the Caribbean known as Tortugas' Lie. Founded in 1989, Tortugas' is home to some of the beach's finest fare, from mouthwatering appetizers to dinners and desserts so delicious you can't help but come back again and again.
2412 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC, United States
Red Drum is an established restaurant in Nags Head, NC. We have had the pleasure of serving fresh, hearty cuisine on the Outer Banks for over 10 years. With 18 micro and domestic beers on tap, we provide only the freshest local seafood, steaks, ribs, and much more in a family-friendly environment.
1520 S Virginia Dare Trail, Kill Devil Hills, NC, United States
Miller’s Seafood & Steakhouse in Kill Devil Hills is an Outer Banks dining tradition, a breakfast and dinner favorite. It’s also a Miller family tradition, a business where two generations have worked side by side, blending family values and warm hospitality with a strong commitment to quality and excellence.
600 S Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC, United States
We strive to offer unique quality food and beverages in a comfortable, festive setting. We will strive to create a feeling of comradery between and among employees and patrons in a safe and noncompetitive working environment that allows for continued personal and professional growth.
3335 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, NC, United States
What are you waiting for? Bring the whole family out to Nags Head Fishing Pier. On one of the oldest and longest piers on the Outer Banks, NC, you and yours can cast out your line and reel in memories that will last a lifetime. Weather your fishing for fun, sport or for you appetite Nags Head Fishing Pier is the place.
1816 Seminole St, Kill Devil Hills, NC, United States
Fishing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina(Year Round), Hatteras/Ocracoke(Spring), Virginia Beach(Winter).
Specializing in: LIGHT TACKLE Live Bait & Casting Trips
Morning, Afternoon/Evening, and Full Day Fishing Trips Available 7 Days a Week
1600 N Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC, United States
Join our Expedition Guides in an atmosphere of family fun and enjoyment as you follow in the footsteps of Professor Ephraim “Duffer” A. Hacker’s expeditions in his search for gold and diamonds. The expeditions will take you through caves and volcanoes, over waterfalls, and around cliffs as you search for “Lost Treasure”. Professor Hacker has been on nine different expeditions with locations around the Eastern United States that offer two fun and exciting 18 hole miniature golf courses.
The Kitty Hawk Woods component is located on the Outer Banks, in the center of the village of Kitty Hawk bordering the Currituck Sound. Kitty Hawk Woods encompasses a total of 1,824 acres of maritime deciduous swamp, forest, and marsh. The town of Kitty Hawk, with a conservation easement with the state, owns 461 acres.