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100 Miles of North Carolina Outer Banks Coastline

Author: Scooters N Spokes/Monday, November 9, 2015/Categories: Scooters, Spokes, Beach Toys, Places To See, Things To Do

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100 Miles of North Carolina Outer Banks Coastline

The Outer Banks of North Carolina are known for their breathtaking coastlines and once you visit you will agree there is no other like it. With over 100 miles of coastline, you will have plenty to explore and will soon find that each portion and neighborhood area has something new and intriguing to discover.  The 100 miles begins in Duck Town and ends in Hatteras Village. This stretch of coastline is so special that it made National Geographic’s list of Best American Road Trips. Between the two ends of the Outer Banks are nonstop breathtaking views of the beach and a variety of amazing places to stop and visit. Some of the more popular destinations include the Currituck Lighthouse, the Wright Brother’s Memorial, Bodie’s Lighthouse, and Jennette’s Pier. One example is to take a quick trip to the Wright Brother’s Memorial, walk the flight path which sent Orville and Wilbur into history, and come away with a whole new understanding of the courage and sense of adventure these men possessed. All of these locations provide both road trippers and locals with amazing adventures and some incomparable ways to learn about the Outer Banks history. By visiting even one of these locations you will create a lasting memory to share for a lifetime. Additional unexpected things that you will find along the Outer Banks coastline are some great local shops and eateries. You might even be lucky enough to view the famous wild horses that freely roam the more than 100 miles of Outer Banks coastline. For some great fishing and even better food you can stop by the Outer Banks Fishing Pier located on South Nags Head. 

The best way to explore the coastline is to stop by locally owned Scooters-N-Spokes and rent a scoot coupe,  scooter, or bicycle for a quick trip along the beach or to explore the back roads as you wish. With three locations they can help whether exploring a small town’s streets and shops or enjoying the ocean on one of their stand up paddle boards or boogie boards. Exploring the Outer Banks extensive history or checking out the local attractions and shops, anywhere on the over 100 miles of Outer Banks coastline provides the perfect location to create your adventure.  


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