4 Aug 2019
Nags Head is one of the most commonly known Outer Banks towns. It spans from milepost 10 to milepost 16.5. It is famous for Jockey's Ridge, fishing piers, and being close to the Bodie Island Lighthouse and Oregon Inlet. It is a great place to stay any time of year, but here is why you should visit Nags Head this fall!
New Wide Beaches
Nags Head beaches were renourished this year so they are nice and wide! Take advantage of the beach while the water is still warm in September without having to deal with as many people as the Summer months. Check out the Town of Nags Head's video below for the latest update on the project.
Outer Banks Fishing
Fall is known to be a great time of year to go fishing in the Outer Banks. Nags Head is home to more fishing piers than any other Outer Banks town. It is also close to Oregon Inlet and many fishing charters in Manteo, Wanchese, and Hatteras island. You can learn more about Outer Banks piers here. There are also several fishing events and tournaments, check those out here.
Nags Head is close driving distance to many Outer Banks attractions such as Jockey's Ridge, Bodie Island Lighthouse, Roanoke Island (home to the aquarium and Lost Colony), Hatteras Island, Ocracoke Island, and more. It is home to many delicious local restaurants such as Miller's, Basnight's Lone Cedar Cafe, Tale of the Whale, Sugar Creek, and many more! It is also home to fun things to do like laser tag, First Flight Adventure Park, putt-putt, and more!