Guides

    • Hatteras

      Headin’ South to Hatteras The southernmost community on Hatteras Island, Hatteras Village sparkles with small town charm, where even residents speak in their own local brogue. While many of the…

    • Rodanthe

      Nights in Rodanthe The first village on the expansive stretch of Hatteras Island, Rodanthe gained nation-wide recognition in 2008 with the release of the star studded movie “Nights in Rodanthe”…

    • Avon

      Astounding Avon Referred to as Kinnakeet, the Algonkian heritage name, by locals, Avon retains its tight knit community feel despite becoming a highly popular vacation destination. With its beautiful beaches…

    • Waves

      Catching Waves Snuggled between Rodanthe and Salvo in the Tri-Villages, the village of Waves is aptly named. With its beautiful beaches and sound access, Waves is enjoyed by fishermen and…

    • Salvo

      Simple Pleasures in Salvo Located at the southern end of the Tri-Villages, Salvo offers a calm escape from the bustle of life. Its alleged, that Salvo got its name during…

    • Nags Head

      Idyllic Vacation Destination Nags Heads is famous for Jockey’s Ridge State Park, boasting the tallest natural sand dunes in the Eastern United States.  Open to the public year round, you…

    • Frisco

      Family Fun in Frisco Situated between Buxton and Hatteras, Frisco is not a village to be overlooked. Known as Trent until 1898, Frisco has a rich American cultural and military…

    • Buxton

      Guided by the Lighthouse Buxton is home to America’s tallest brick lighthouse, the famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse stands at 208 feet. The museum is open year round but you’ll have…

    • Corolla

      A Unique Escape The pearly beaches of Corolla provide the true escape vacation we all need.  Infamous for its 4×4 driving beaches and wild horses, some of the homes are…

    • Duck

      Quack, Quack The small town of Duck, North Carolina gets its name from its abundant waterfowl population and has been a popular hunting destination since the 1800’s. Duck offers something…