So you’re finally taking that long overdue vacation and you’re looking for vacation rentals in Nags Head along the Outer Banks? Congratulations! You’re going to just love it here! Nags Head is one of the largest towns on the Outer Banks and has everything you could possibly need for a fabulous vacation.
Finding the best rates on vacation rentals in Nags Head is as simple as visiting our website and checking out our inventory of available vacation homes. If you want the best rates of all then be sure to look at our listings of Specials. They change from time to time but one thing that doesn’t change is how phenomenal the deals are! They could make all the difference on whether you take that much needed vacation this year or are stuck staying home again.
Nags Head is home to northern Outer Banks’ largest concentration of watersports outfitters, miniature golf courses and go-cart tracks and it has the largest number of public beach accesses. If you want to try your hand at fishing, Nags Head offers three fishing piers —Nags Head Fishing Pier, Outer Banks Fishing Pier, and North Carolina Aquariums’ Jennette’s Pier.
Besides the Atlantic Ocean, a leading recreational feature of Nags Head is Jockey’s Ridge State Park. It’s here where you’ll see the largest sand dune on the entire East Coast. This 426-acre park also offers trails for walking and biking, picnic areas, a visitor center, museum and gift shop. Take a stroll down the boardwalk where you’ll be able to fully appreciate the views of all the dunes but be sure to bring your camera.
For those interested in shopping and dining, Nags Head has more restaurants offering a water view than any other town along the Outer Banks. Shopping opportunities include a Tanger Outlet Center, the Outer Banks Mall, several strip shopping centers with a variety of stores and a wealth of souvenir/beach specialty shops.
To discover everything you should know about Nags Head, be sure to pick up a copy of Nags Head Walking Tour and Guidebook. The book will direct you along the Beach Road in Nags Head, commonly called “Cottage Row.” Seven of the original 13 cottages from the 19th century are still standing here. There are approximately 40 cottages that make up Cottage Row and are described in detail in the book. If you’re coming to Nags Head you definitely will want to take this walking tour.