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July 4th Celebration on the Outer Banks

OBX 4th of july events activities fireworks

It’s no secret that the best place to spend 4th of July is at the beach. Whether it’s family fun in the sun you’re looking for or a romantic night beneath a shower of fireworks, or even perhaps BOTH, the Outer Banks has exactly what you need to celebrate the perfect Independence Day.

Whether you choose to spend the day flying kites over Jockey’s Ridge in Nags Head, or body surfing in Kitty Hawk, no 4th of July is complete without the quintessential fireworks show and there’s no better place to see one than from a blanket on the Outer Banks. The limitless sky and numerous shows along the barrier islands provide views of multiple shows at once.

This year, our area will host four fireworks shows at the following (South end) locations: Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head Fishing Pier in Nags Head, fireworks over the sound in Manteo, and the Avon Fishing Pier in the village of Avon on Hatteras Island. Radio Hatteras will broadcast patriotic “Music for Fireworks” from 9 until 10pm and “Red, White & Blue” music until Midnight at FM 101.5 and 99.9. Tune in at 9pm to hear Bob Barris talk a little about the origin of Fireworks and offer a brief history lesson about the celebration of Independence Day. Then watch the sky light up to a very familiar Galactic tune, followed by a selection of patriotic music thanks to Radio Hatteras! To stream Radio Hatteras live on your computer, go to www.radiohatteras.org.

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Corolla

Quite possibly the best fireworks on the Outer Banks can be found at the opposite end of the islands, in Corolla at the 26th Annual Independence Day Celebration. What better way to celebrate America’s independence than with free live music and a spectacular fireworks show on the northern Outer Banks! The Whalehead Club, located at 1100 Club Road just off of NC 12 and positioned right beside The Currituck Lighthouse, is converted into an outdoor festival from 3pm-9pm, for an afternoon of fun family activities. With food, fun activities, and a stage featuring music for all ages, the historic house provides a beautiful backdrop for an evening of fun. The grand finale comes at dusk, when spectators take to their blankets and lawn chairs and watch as the entire sky is taken over by massive displays of light and color. Definitely a must-see if you’re in the Corolla area!

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Nags Head

The Town of Nags Head, in conjunction with the Nags Head Fishing Pier and the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, will host the Annual Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at 9:25 p.m. on the ocean pier located at Mile Post 11.5 on NC Route 12, S. Virginia Dare Trail in Nags Head. The fireworks display will last approximately 20 minutes. Parking at and near the fireworks display site will be directed by the Nags Head Police Department. Those attending the show are encouraged to park east of U.S. Highway 158/S. Croatan Highway. Those choosing to park west of U.S. Highway 158/S. Croatan Highway should use extreme caution while attempting to cross this heavily traveled roadway.

 

The following public beach accesses are recommended for access to the beach for fireworks viewing:

South of Nags Head Fishing Pier:

North of Nags Head Fishing Pier:

Curlew Street

Bladen Street

Hollowell Street

Bittern Street

Conch Street

Bonnett Street

 

Barnes Street

 

Blackman Street

 

Jockey’s Ridge State Park is another ideal spot for viewing the fireworks. You can catch both Nags Head and Manteo displays atop Jockey’s Ridge. The park will be open late July 4th to accommodate visitors.

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Start your day with a run. Run, or walk, across Jockey’s Ridge at the Killer Dunes 2 Miler. Afterwards, grab a hearty breakfast at one of our independently owned restaurants. During the day, watch the Town of Duck Parade, a one-mile parade route, is the same annually and begins at the crest of the hill on Scarborough Lane. The route follows Scarborough Lane towards the ocean, turns left onto Ocean Way, and then heads down Christopher Drive ending at Pamela Court. Afterwards, walk over the town park for music and festivities.

South of Nags Head, heading west over the causeway is the town of Manteo on Roanoke Island. This quaint small town has a delightful waterfront area, the Elizabethan Gardens, and the Aquarium which are all worth the ride. Head over to Manteo for a day filled with nonstop activities scheduled for their 4th of July celebration.

Manteo

Manteo Fourth of July 2018 Celebration

This year, the Town of Manteo is celebrating the 4th of July with new festivities and entertainment. At 10:30 am, there is a children’s concert presented by the 208th Army Band at Roanoke Island Festival Park Theater. This year there will be an “Independence Day Parade” down Queen Elizabeth Street. Everyone is invited to participate in the parade with their wacky hat, decorated bike and decorated golf cart. Families are encouraged participate together with the latest patriotic hat or bicycle. The Parade will start at approximately 3:15 pm beginning at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth Street and Ananias Dare Street and will end at the George Washington Creef Park at the Roanoke Island Maritime Museum. Be sure to bring your best homemade apple pie for the annual “American Apple Pie Contest”. Submit your entries at the tent in the park by 4:00pm. Judging will take place and winners will be announced at 5:30 pm. At 3:30 pm “The Lost Colony Choir” will perform at the Boathouse Stage in the park. At 4:00pm in the park, the “Firecracker Corn hole Tournament” will begin. Teams of two will compete for the grand prize to be the top firecracker in Corn Hole Competition. At 4:30pm the “Echoes of Heritage” will perform on the Boathouse Stage and you certainly don’t want to miss the “Sparkler Watermelon Eating Contest” that will start at 5:00 pm. At 5:30pm “The Crowd” will play on the Boathouse Stage until 7:30pm. At 8:00pm, the 208th Army Band will play patriotic songs at the outdoor pavilion at Roanoke Island Festival Park.

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For those who appreciate a little history, head over to Island Farm at 1140 US Highway 64 in Manteo for the 1850 Independence Day celebration from 10am-4pm. Celebrate Independence Day 1850s style with Island Farm! Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the grassy lawn and commemorate our nation’s birth with musket-fire, games and a reading of the Declaration of Independence.

Continue the celebration at the Outdoor Pavilion at Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo. Bring a picnic, a blanket and the family and come early to post up for the fireworks show set to begin around sundown. An impressive display illuminates the waterway and Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse in a brilliant shower that is sure to make you happy you chose Manteo for your 4th of July fireworks show. There will be food vendors located in the parking lot next to the weather tower serving funnel cakes, lemonade, slushies, sausages, ribbon fries, barbeque and much more! Certainly sounds like a great celebration of our country’s birthday on the waterfront in downtown Manteo.

Where are the BEST fireworks on the Outer Banks? Anywhere you gather with family and friends to celebrate Independence Day and the birth of this great nation! The Outer Banks has plenty for you and the family to enjoy, while offering a spectacular natural setting that will make you proud to be an American!

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OBX activities for your Memorial Day weekend 2018

OBX Activities for your Memorial Day Weekend 2018

 

The Outer Banks is full of beautiful neighborhoods that make up the community that brings you incredible events year after year. If you’re on the beach this Memorial Day Weekend looking for some fun in the sun or a break from the beach, check out the many activities happening up and down the coast. From the northern beaches of Corolla to Hatteras Island, there is endless fun for the whole family.

The lost colony at roanoke island opening night 2018

OPENING NIGHT OF THE LOST COLONY

May 25th
7:45pm, 1409 National Park Drive

This year marks the 81st season of America’s longest running outdoor drama! Experience one of the Outer Banks’ finest treasures and learn about what happened to the first English colony to inhabit America as they mysteriously disappeared off of Roanoke Island. Tickets for adults start at $20 and kids under age 5 are free! For more information and ticket purchases, visit the Lost Colony website.

MEMORIAL DAY BEACH BLAST

May 27th
12pm-5pm, Historic Corolla Park

Gather up the whole family and head over to the Historic Corolla Park for this free, fun-filled day of great beach music and celebration!  Performances will be put on by Blackwater Rhythm & Blues Band and Aquarium Big Band. This free event will run from 12pm-5pm on the beautiful park grounds.  Food and beer vendors will be on site.  Bring your beach chairs, relax and enjoy!  Beer, food and drinks will all be available for purchase on-site. 

7TH ANNUAL SHORE BREAK 5K & TIDE POOL FUN RUN

May 28th
8am, Koru Village Beach Klub in Avon

Run through Kinnakeet Shores on gorgeous Cape Hatteras, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The race terrain will keep you entertained the entire 3.1 miles along paved roads winding through beautiful Kinnakeet Shores, wooden bridges, boardwalks, beach walkways, and a quick dash over the dunes to the finish. The race culminates with an unbelievable view of the Atlantic Ocean and a post race party with pancake breakfast and Carolina Brewery beers for runners over 21 years of age. Run, jog or walk, all are welcome! Come celebrate Cape Hatteras and give back to a great community!  All proceeds from this event will go toward the Hatteras Island Youth Education Fund. The 7th annual Shore Break 5K will be held at 8am and the Tide Pool Fun Run on the beach will immediately follow the 5K at 9am.

 

Don’t miss out on the endless possibilities to keep you entertained and kick off a perfect start to your 2018 summer!  If you find yourself, like so many others, wanting to come back to the Outer Banks with your very own vacation home, let the experts at Eillu guide you through your purchase.

 


Deep Sea Fishing on the Outer Banks

OBX Deep Sea Fishing

The Outer Banks is a premium location for deep sea fishing.  Our beaches are just 12-15 miles from the Gulf Stream, giving you the opportunity to catch large fish like Yellowfin Tuna, Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi), Wahoo and Sailfish.  The Outer Banks is “The Billfish Capital of the World,” and for good reason. Hundreds of blue marlin, white marlin and sailfish are caught and released in our waters every year. 

Marinas and Inlets

There are plenty of offshore charter boats ready to take you and your group out for the day. Charter boats head offshore through Oregon Inlet or Hatteras Inlet, and there are a few different marinas located near both inlets. Marinas in Hatteras include Albatross Fleet Marina, Hatteras Harbor Marina, Hatteras Landing Marina, Oden’s Dock, Teach’s Lair Marina and Village Marina. On the Northern end there is OBX Marina, Oregon Inlet Fishing Center, Pirates Cove Marina, Shallowbag Bay Club Marina, Thicket Lump Marina and Wanchese Marina. If you’re staying in Ocracoke, the Anchorage Marina would be your go to for going off-shore. Some marinas even offer a service to cook your catch of the day for your group to sit and enjoy while reminiscing on the day’s exciting activity on the water.

What to Expect

Your offshore fishing adventure will be an all-day event. Even though we are in close proximity to the gulf stream it still takes an hour or so to get there – be prepared to leave the marina in the early morning hours around 5am and expect to return somewhere around 4-5pm. Most offshore charters will take up to 6 people, and the cost of the trip will range from $1200 – $2,000+ before tips. You often “get what you pay for” and can find more affordable boats, but they may not come with the level of comfort and quality of the more expensive charters. Choose the option that is best for you, your pocketbook and the type of off-shore fishing experience you want to have. Charters are a great option for experienced and novice fishers alike as the crew will have the boat fully prepared and ready to go. On most boats you’ll just need to bring personal items like sunscreen, food and drinks, medications, etc. It’s always good to be prepared, so consider taking something for motion sickness just as a precaution. You may not end up needing it but conditions on the water are hard to predict each changing day, so better safe than sorry! The captain and crew will provide all the equipment and assistance when the fishing begins!

Now that you’ve got the basics, it’s time to decide on a charter to bring you all the angling opportunities!  The Outer Banks offers an abundance of Offshore fishing charters, some of which you can find listed below.

Deep Sea Fishing on the Outer Banks

 

A-Salt Weapon Sport Fishing Charters

Pirates Cove Fishing Center
Manteo, NC 27954
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A-Salt Weapon Sportfishing Charters and Captain Dennis Endee, featured on ESPN and Versus, are the team you need to reel in your sportfishing adventure. Over 20 years of experience and title holders of several awards including the most recent: 2018 NC State record holder Bluefin Tuna 877 pounds. The A-Salt Weapon is available for all tournament fishing and company outings. All rods, bait, tackle, and ice are included for your convenience. Experience Gulfstream Fishing Today!

 

Albatross Fleet

57976 NC Hwy. 12
Hatteras, NC 27943
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North Carolina’s pioneer offshore charter fishing fleet founded in 1937. Located in the heart of Hatteras Village, three custom built boats of local design, offer offshore gulf stream and inshore 1/2 day fishing charters. The original Albatross also provides a 1.5 hour Salt Marsh Tour for $20 per person.

 

Bi-Op-Sea Fishing Charters

Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
Nags Head, NC 27959
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Bi-Op-Sea is located only 35 miles from the excellent sportfishing waters of the Gulf Stream. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, Bi-Op-Sea strives to provide an enjoyable Outer Banks charter fishing trip for all aboard. The company welcomes families and children and encourages angler participation!

 

Captain Duke’s Fishing Charters

126 Brakewood Drive
Manteo, NC 27954
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Captain Ira “Duke” Spencer III, a 4th generation fisherman on the Outer Banks, has 30 years of experience on the Atlantic Ocean and North Carolina sounds. Fishing aboard the 36 foot “Captain Duke” can be fun and rewarding for all ages! What a great way to create memories as a family experiences the “Thrill of the Catch!” Captain Spencer and his Mate will do all they can to make your day memorable and fun.

 

Carolina Girl Sportfishing Charters

708 Harbor Road
Wanchese, NC 27981
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The Carolina Girl is run by Capt. Troy Salmon. He has over 30 years fishing these waters year round. His father started him fishing here on his boat Megabyte in 1982 and has been fishing here ever since. Carolina Girl is a 38’ Viking. The Carolina Girl is heated and cooled in all areas for comfortable fishing in all conditions. The Carolina Girl also has a full bathroom, kitchen and dinette with 2 flat screen TVs with satellite TV service, satellite phone and all of the best electronics. The Carolina Girl offers a variety of trip options from full day Gulf Stream fishing for tuna dolphin and marlin to half, 3/4 or full day inshore fishing for species like amberjack, cobia, flounder, Spanish mackerel, bluefish etc.  According to their website, they also do specialty trips for wreck fish and shark upon request!

 

Carolina Style Sportfishing

4457 Mill Landing Road
Wanchese, NC 27981
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Carolina Style Sportfishing specializes in both inshore and offshore guided fishing charters from Wanchese, NC. They boast an unmatched ability to cater to your needs and still be notably productive, all while offering simple, affordable pricing.  Carolina Style operates two separate boats—one for inshore and nearshore fishing, the other for offshore and deep sea fishing. They understand the vastly different requirements of fishing the Pamlico Sound versus offshore fishing.  Whether you’re looking to stock the freezer, become a better angler, enjoy a peaceful day catching some delicious fish, make the most of your OBX vacation, or all of the above, Carolina Style promises to work hard to provide you with memorable fishing charters for a lifetime!

The Outer Banks is full of activities for all ages.  If you are ready to purchase your very own vacation home, permanent residence or investment property, let Eillu show you real estate so you can enjoy all the fabulous activities and create memories to last a lifetime!

 


The 7 Best Local OBX Seafood Markets

Best Outer Banks Seafood Markets

If you’re like us, you love seafood because it’s delicious and satisfies your craving in a way that few other foods can. Not only is it a tasty fare, but it’s also naturally good for you and requires minimal preparation. The Outer Banks is packed with countless places offering seafood. From restaurants to road stands, finding a way to get your hands on seafood is no hard task. But deciding which place is best can be hard. There are many things to consider on your hunt for the best fresh catch. Your beach vacation isn’t complete without indulging in the fresh fare caught locally along the Outer Banks. Don’t get us wrong, there are several restaurants that serve deliciously prepared entrees, but we highly recommend an outing to one of the many Outer Banks seafood markets for a staple meal to prepare at home for the entire family to enjoy! We’ve put together a list of the 7 Best OBX Seafood Markets to help you decide — or maybe even explore them all!

 

Austin Fish Company

3711 S. Croatan Highway, The Bypass, MP 12.5, Nags Head

Austin’s features a variety of seafood including crab meat, shrimp, Best OBX Seafood Marketsoysters, clams, fish, scallops, crabs, live lobsters, lobster tails and snow crab legs. They’ll steam your shrimp and crabs for you, or you can order steamed seafood buckets, soups and fried dinners to go. They also sell the condiments you’ll need for your seafood. If you start feeling hungry while deciding what fresh seafood you want to cook for dinner, Austin’s has your back! Step on over to their porch for some lunch or perhaps just a quick bite to hold you and your family over until the next meal!

 

Billy’s Seafood

1341 Colington Road, Kill Devil Hills

A little off the beaten track on Colington Road, but well-known and a favorite of locals. At Billy’s Seafood they stock plenty of fresh, local seafood, so pick some up to prepare your own feast at home tonight. Best OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafood - Fishmonger cleaning fishThey’re a great stop for local soft-shell crabs in season, and they also have convenience items, seasonings, beer and wine. The fresh, homemade tuna salad they sell here is some of the best you’ll find anywhere. We recommend grabbing a couple of their devilled crabs. Simply pop them in the oven and voila! A perfect and delicious appetizer or addition to your meal.

 

Carawan Seafood

5424 N Croatan Hwy, Kitty Hawk

Carawan Seafood Company has been around since 1980 and is considered a landmark to Kitty Hawk.  Offering fresh local seafood, you’re sure to be delighted by the friendly service this family-owned shop is known for. The offer all sorts of fresh fish and shellfish at prices within budget. Everything is prepared on-site to bring customers the freshest, cleanest seafood. Choose from local favorites like fresh North Carolina shrimp, or leave with a unique Best OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafood - Blue Crab at Seafood Marketfind like one of their local spices or honey. The whole family will enjoy the trip to Carawan as the kids can venture into the gift shop room for seashell displays and souvenir-like gifts. Fresh produce is also offered on site, making Carawan Seafood a one-stop dinner shopping experience! Call before you head out the door for their daily menu of fresh fish.

 

Dockside ‘N Duck Seafood Market

1216 Duck Road, Wee Winks Square, Duck

Owned and operated by a local family of commercial fishermen and farmers, Dockside has all the fresh seafood you’ll need for an Outer Banks feast. Live and steamed crabs, crabmeat, steamed shrimp, fresh shrimp, clams, scallops, oysters, mussels, fish and lobsters – they’re all here, along with the condiments you’ll need. They also sell seafood-inspired prepared foods for take-out, such as homemade Best OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafoodsoups and seafood dips. Homemade pies and fresh bread round out the offerings.

 

Bluewater Seafood Market

501 Old Stoney Rd, Corolla

Bluewater Seafood Market is located at the south entrance of the Currituck Club in Corolla. Choose from a wide variety of “fresh off the hook local seafood,” including blue crabs, halibut, swordfish, oysters, red snapper, flounder, wahoo, rockfish, salmon, soft shell crabs and sea bass. They also offer various salads and cole slaw, dips, spices and marinades plus steak, sausage, beer, wine and even ice. Bluewater has it all! Be sure to call ahead if you are looking to get one of their steamed or fried seafood buckets. Their seafood buckets are packed with deliciousness including red Best OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafoodpotatoes, corn on the cob, Vidalia onions, spices, cocktail sauce, butter, lemon and of course, your choice of seafood. You can certainly have it your way at Bluewater!

 

 

Harbor House Seafood Market

58129 NC-12, Hatteras Village

If you’re in the Hatteras area, don’t miss your chance to stop by Harbor House Seafood Market for some of the best quality in fresh seafood. Everything this family-owned business offers is guaranteed caught local – and by their own boats! The owners have been in the commercial fishing business in Hatteras since 1989, which led them to open this local market for people to enjoy seafood that’s not imported. Harbor House offers both raw and prepared Best OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafoodseafood that’s caught fresh daily! Other offerings include unique items such as shrimp and crab enchiladas, seafood sandwiches and shrimp pasta salad. You can find out what the catch of the week is, view oven ready items and even download the full Harbor House menu on their user-friendly website. It’s safe to say this family of four that make up the “Harbor House Team,” goes above and beyond to ensure their customers are happy. Don’t miss your chance at guaranteed satisfaction!

 

Sunrise Seafood Market

40658 NC-12, Avon

If you’re looking for a wide variety of fresh seafood, head to Sunrise Seafood Market in Avon. You’ll have quite selection to choose from including tile fish, spicy steamed shrimp, red snapper, fresh & dry seaBest OBX Seafood Markets for Fresh Seafood Fishing Boat at Sea scallops, middle neck clams and sheepshead fillets. Sunrise also hand makes all sauces fresh in house! Don’t forget to try the fresh potato salad, seaweed salad, smoked tuna bites or perhaps one of many marinades or dry spice rubs you can find here. Be sure to add Sunrise Seafood Market to your list of places to try for fresh seafood on the Outer Banks!

 

 

 

From local seafood experts to first time home buyer, Eillu is here to help you navigate the home buying & selling process.  With over two decades of experience in the Outer Banks market, we can help you with any questions and guide you every step of the way for a smooth experience.  We proudly offer exclusive deals that will save you money without sacrificing service.  Schedule an appointment with Eillu today!

 

 


The Ultimate Outer Banks Vacation Packing List

                                    Best Outer Banks Packing List Eillu
Heading to the Outer Banks is one of the best ways to spend a family vacation. As your vacation gets closer and closer, so does the dread for packing. Don’t worry- you aren’t alone! Many people dread the process of both packing and unpacking from vacation. Whether it’s your first time to the Outer Banks or your twenty-first time, we as humans can be forgetful even of the most important things. That’s why we put together this Ultimate OBX Vacation Packing List – so you won’t have to stress about forgetting something, including your sanity! With the items on our list below, you’ll be all set for relaxation on your destination vacation to the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina!


OBX Packing Checklist

 

Personal Items

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  • Drivers Licenses
  • Auto Insurance Cards
  • Health Insurance Cards
  • Cash
  • Credit or Debit Cards
  • Rental/Hotel Confirmation Information

 

Clothing Items

  • Bathing Suits (At least 2 per person)
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  • Swim Cover ups
  • Socks
  • Belts
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Dinner Outfits
  • Light Jacket/Sweatshirt
  • Sundresses or SkirtsBest Outer Banks Packing List Eillu
  • Pajamas
  • Water Shoes
  • Active Wear
  • Sneakers
  • Sandals
  • Sun hat
  • Rain Jackets or Umbrella (just in case!)

 

Beach Items

  • Cooler with wheels or small portable cooler
  • Beach Cart
  • Water bottles for everyone in the familyBest Outer Banks Packing List Eillu
  • Beach Toys (maybe easier to buy cheap ones when you arrive)
  • Canopy/Tent
  • Beach UmbrellaBest Outer Banks Packing List Eillu
  • Beach Chairs
  • Beach Blanket
  • Beach Towels
  • Snacks
  • Drinks
  • Mesh Bag for shells or other neatfinds while on the beach (helps get rid of unwanted sand)
  • Hats
  • Waterproof SunscreenBest Outer Banks Packing List Eillu
  • More waterproof sunscreen
  • Bottle Opener
  • Lip balm/protector
  • Insect Repellent
  • Sun Glasses

 

Entertainment & Technology Items

  • Portable Speakers
  • Cords & Chargers
  • Books
  • Frisbee
  • Colored Pencils/Crayons for the kids
  • Notepad or Coloring Books

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While some OBX Vacation Homes provide some of these items for you and your family to use during your stay, each property owner is different. Certain extra amenities may be listed on the rental home’s information page. However, often times these extra items are not listed but instead, offer a pleasant surprise upon your arrival for the whole family to use. Another helpful tip when packing for your stay at an OBX Vacation Home – remember to still bring beach towels. Most vacation homes provide bath towels but not beach towels. Overall, the most important thing to leave behind is stress! Just about everything on this list can be bought or replaced if forgotten. We guarantee even our unique and breathtaking barrier islands will have what you need and will forever be one of your favorite places to visit.

Here at Eillu, we want you to have the best vacation possible. If you find yourself loving the Outer Banks as much as we do and you want to find out more about owning your very own dream beach home, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team of Real Estate experts has more than 50 years of combined experience in the Real Estate industry. Our intimate knowledge of the markets in which we list our homes will ensure homebuyers are getting the most detailed and professional assistance available. Our agents are more than happy to help and answer any questions you may have about this beautiful place we call home; The Outer Banks. We happily assist homebuyers and sellers throughout the entire process while always striving to exceed the expectations of our clients. Call us today!


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