Map of Landmarks, State Parks & Historic Sites

The Outer Banks is home to five distinct lighthouses, the Wright Brothers National Memorial, the largest sand dunes on the East Coast – Jockey’s Ridge State Park, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, Roanoke Island Festival Park, and a host of other activities including an aquarium, state parks, fishing piers and more.

Map of Outer Banks Landmarks, State Parks, Historic Sites

Map of Landmarks and Historic Sites

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What makes the Outer Banks so special?

No boardwalks, no loud theme parks, and no high rise hotels blocking the views of the ocean. No flashy nightlife, no neon lights, or main street tourist traps. The natural beauty of the fragile islands and the pristine beaches is what makes the Outer Banks so unique. These beaches are well known to be family-friendly, making it a perfect destination for a family vacation, and an ideal place to unwind and relax. 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. Read More…