State Parks and Landmarks

The Outer Banks is home to five distinct lighthouses, the Wright Brothers' first flight, the largest sand dunes on the East Coast - Jockeys Ridge State Park, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, the new Roanoke Island Festival Park, the Lost Colony, and a host of activities including museums, watersports, fishing, events and festivals and more!

The Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge is a 152,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge located in eastern North Carolina along the Atlantic Coast.

Milltail Rd, Manns Harbor, NC

Climbing the Bodie Island Lighthouse.

8210 Bodie Island Lighthouse Rd, Nags Head, NC

Walking the streets of historic Ocracoke, visitors may be surprised to see a sign directing them to a British cemetery.

Ocracoke, NC 27960

Climbing the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Climbing the historic Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is a unique experience.

46368 Lighthouse Road, Hatteras, NC

Cape Hatteras National Seashore preserves the portion of the Outer Banks of North Carolina from Bodie Island to Ocracoke Island, stretching over 70 miles.

Reservations and First-Come, First-Serve Reservations for Oregon Inlet, Frisco, and Ocracoke Campgrounds are recommended and can be made through www.recreation.g

46700 Lighthouse Road Buxton, NC

Our purpose is to restore, preserve, protect, educate and interpret the rich history of these valiant men and their dedication to the U.S.

23645 NC-12, Rodanthe, NC

The Atlantic coast of North Carolina is protected for much of its length by a series of barrier islands.

Lighthouse Rd, Buxton, NC

The Elizabethan Gardens is located adjacent to The Lost Colony's Waterside Theatre and Fort Raleigh National Historic Park on Roanoke Island nestled near North Carolina's Outer Banks.

1411 National Park Dr, Manteo, NC

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site protects and preserves known portions of England's first New World settlements from 1584 to 1590.

1401 National Park Dr, Manteo, NC
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