Refresh from reality by the beach
We are so happy to have you stay at one of our bungalows! Our goal is to help make your vacation as easy as possible so all you have to do is enjoy! The Outer Banks Vacation Guide lets you know what we provide and suggested items to bring on your trip. We have also included places we love and find special about the Outer Banks.
How we welcome our guests!
What to Pack:
Special Note: We provide one roll of paper towels and a roll of toilet paper in the main bathrooms. As you pack up for your trip, certain supplies are limited, so it's highly recommended to bring any important supply or food item to your trip. Always feel free to ask us any questions!
- Beach Items: On site are two boogies boards, 2 Catch Surf Odyssey boards, and a beach cart. Suggested items to bring: We leave a few chairs and an umbrella, but recommend bringing any EXTRA chairs, toys, towels, blankets or umbrellas important to your group.
- Sunscreen + Aloe
- If you are sensitive to mosquitos. There are bugs in the banks! Bring bug spray!
- Fall and Winter means less crowds in the OBX. With beautiful days and epic sunsets, its the perfect time for a beach getaway all to yourself!
Kill Devil Hills
Kill Devil Grill
Coffee, Juices, Quick breakfast/lunch, and more!
Open year round (Confirm Jan/Feb hours)
Kitty Hawk/Kill Devil Hills
Benefiting from the Atlantic and two major North American currents (The Gulf Stream + Labrador Current), the OBX is a seafood lover's paradise. Grill or cook up your favorite seafood from fish fish, green tail shrimp, blue crab, oysters plus more from any of the deliscious local markets.
Outer Banks Piers
Our favorite OBX piers
Outer Banks Live Beach Cam
Don’t miss what’s happening at the beach! View our Live Beach Cams and feel like you’re on vacation before you arrive!
Click here: https://www.live-swell.com/live-beach-cam/
Closest Beach Access to Bungalows
Outer Banks Surfing
Appearing less than 1000 years ago, the OBX are a set of barrier islands created as a result of the merger of the cold Labrador current from the North and warm Gulf stream from the south. Creating miles of shifting beach breaks, the OBX is exposed to many types of East Coast swell with many piers around to provide protection from the wind and cross-shore drift. You'll find amazing days for the beginner to those perfect days full of barrels.