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Forums » North Carolina » North Carolina's Outer Banks


North Carolina's Outer Banks

by /bio/caroline »

North Carolina has one of the most unique and beautiful coastlines anywhere.  The Outer Banks (OBX) are a cherished natural resource and something worth preserving and sharing with others.   If you haven't been to the Outer Banks, you really haven't lived.  There's Kitty Hawk the site of the Wright Brother's first flight, parasailing, hot air balloon rides, wild horses, protected sea turtles, fishing, swimming, soaking in the sun, Manteo and the Lost Colony pageant , the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and much, much more.   At Wilmington, the historic Battleship USS North Carolina is docked.

If you aren't incredibly tired but wonderfully happy, you will be when you've finished the day at the Outer banks. 


RE: North Carolina's Outer Banks

by jacksonbrowne2014 »

I really like your post, because i am planning to visit Charlotte, North Carolina nest month for the business trip. I will definetily visit these places because i heard lot about this Outer banks. Thanks :)


RE: North Carolina's Outer Banks

by /bio/pauline-frommer »

Thanks for your message. Sounds great.