If you love a vacation with plenty of sand, sun, and room to roam, then Kill Devil Hills vacation homes on the Outer Banks is just the spot for you! With everything you need to enjoy yourself provided in your comfortable vacation rental, you’ll be able to relax and focus on exploring this beautiful and unique region. There’s so much to do here on the Outer Banks! Enjoy a vacation by the shore in this fascinating part of the world, just perfect for outdoor recreation, time spent on the water, and seafood galore. See historic and beautiful sites, spend quality time with the family, and enjoy long strolls on the beach, browsing for shells. Come check it out!
Comfort and Convenience in Our Vacation Rentals
Whether you’re looking for a cozy place for just one family, or a spacious abode with room for an extended family reunion, we have a great selection of Kill Devil Hills rentals just for you. Many of the Kill Devil Hills vacation homes are located right on the beach for maximum convenience and fun, but even those that aren’t are within walking distance. A town this small can easily be explored on foot or by bicycle, which is great when you’re looking for a peaceful beach vacation. After you play all day, you’ll be able to relax in the comfort of your vacation home. Enjoy a modern home with cozy beach-themed decor, stocked with everything you need for a great beach vacation. With plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms for everyone, you’ll find that it’s much more relaxing than a hotel stay! Kick back and watch your favorite shows with great entertainment setups and fast internet or prepare your fresh catch in your well-equipped kitchen. Take a long romantic stroll on the beach, anytime of day, and don’t forget to watch the sunset from your deck, with a cocktail in hand!
Tons to Do near Kill Devil Hills Vacation Homes
The famous sand dunes here are where the Wright Brothers made their first historic flight, and the Wright Brothers National Memorial is essentially the center of town. A stop here will connect you with the fascinating history of this area, and you won’t want to miss it. Take advantage of the excellent presentations by knowledgeable park rangers and enjoy seeing the replica aircraft on display. Even just to stand here on the hilltop overlooking the town and ocean and imagine the Wright Brothers’ determination to put their plane in flight, is an amazing experience. Passes are good for seven days, so if you want to visit again during your stay, there’s no extra charge.
Your next must-see is the Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve, one of the last maritime forests in the area to remain in its natural state. This 800+ acre oasis provides a rare breath of fresh air in an otherwise well-developed town, so going for a hike here will connect you with the Outer Banks as they used to be. Experience ponds, marshes, submerged forests, and sound-side beaches on a variety of trail lengths and difficulties. Oaks, hickories, and beeches rise high on the ridges, protected from the strong ocean winds by the sand dunes at nearby Jockey’s Ridge State Park. Take the opportunity to look for a huge diversity of plant and animal life, including over 500 plant species and over 150 bird species that visit and nest here. It’s a great place to take the family for a walk or go for a trail run and to remember the wild side of the Outer Banks.
For those who love to get out and explore nature even more, Kill Devil Hills is a great place to put a kayak or paddleboard in the water! You can either go the do-it-yourself route, by renting equipment in town, or consider taking a group outing with one of the area’s great companies. Coastal Kayak Touring Company, located in nearby Duck, offers a range of incredible tours for all skill levels. You can explore the Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest, great for beginners and families, or head to the mysterious dark waters of the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. They also offer exclusive tours of Pine Island Audubon Sanctuary, where you’ll paddle through an amazing maze of islands, led by your knowledgeable guide.
Finally, no trip to the Outer Banks would be complete without a day spent fishing. This rich marine area is the perfect place to try your hand, whether you’re a beginner or a pro. A great spot to do it is at the Avalon Fishing Pier, where you can get everything you need for a fun time over the water. Keep your eyes peeled; you might even see a pod of dolphins. For a more serious fishing expedition, consider taking a deep-sea fishing charter, where you can hope to catch marlin, mahi-mahi, and tuna.
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