A Guide to Cruising the Outer Banks, North to South with Zero Emissions!

Traveling the OBX in a golf cart is a great way to explore the Outer Banks with zero emissions. Many subdivisions, neighborhoods, and roads have a posted speed limit 35 miles per hour or less, making this area friendly for traveling in LSV golf carts from Ocean Atlantic Rentals. We hope this information will be an […]

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Avoid Leaving Equipment at Beach Overnight

Every beach-goer has their “go to” beach items. There are some things that we simply cannot enjoy our time at the beach without. It could be a surfboard, kayak, a cooler we have had for years, or a trusty umbrella. In recent years, the popularity of pop-up tents has increased dramatically because they create the […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Dig Holes at the Beach

The Outer Banks is known for being the ultimate family beach destination. This is because of the freedom, adventure, and fun that the area represents to all who visit or live on the coast. While the area is open to explore and enjoy, there are a few activities visitors should avoid while at the beach. […]

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Sharing the Road: Cyclists and Drivers

The Outer Banks is an extremely popular place during the summer months. Locals, vacationers, and seasonal workers all enjoy the beautiful weather and activities that are available given the area’s amazing landscape. In addition to the traditional Outer Banks activities such as surfing, fishing, and other watersports, bicycling has always been one of the most […]

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Outer Banks Bike Safety Tips

  The Outer Banks are a paradise for the vacationer who enjoys exploring. Around here, you truly never know what you will find along our beaches. One of the best ways to explore our area is on bicycle. The Outer Banks’ beautiful neighborhoods, trails, and bike paths are very convenient for those who enjoy traveling […]

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4×4 driving tips for the Carova beaches

Located just north of Corolla, there are nearly 10 miles of national seashore where folks are still permitted to drive on the beach. If you drive all the way north on NC 12, it will end at a beach access to enter the beach. https://www.google.com/maps/place/Beach+Access+Path/@36.3906566,-75.8307584,17z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x89a52c41fee94b01:0x3f1f77baa0fdb6 No permits or special passes are needed to enter this […]

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