Jennette’s Pier | Nags Head, NC

Jennette’s Pier

Jennette’s Pier

223 S Virginia Dare Trail,
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-255-1501
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Visit Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head for a wonderful vantage point over the water! Walk to the end of the pier, which extends over 1000 feet into the ocean to cast a line, or explore the aquarium exhibits in the pier house. They also offer kids programs and camps in the summer months.

Nags Head Fishing Pier | Nags Head, NC

Nags Head Fishing Pier

Nags Head Fishing Pier

3335 S Virginia Dare Trail,
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-441-5141
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A classic Outer Banks establishment, the Nags Head Pier offers “fun, food and fishing!” The pier offers a substantial tackle shop to get you geared up to drop a line, and daily, weekly, and seasonal passes are available. Seasonally, the pier is open day and night, so it’s a great activity any time of day. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served. Don’t miss out on the tiki bar – also known as Captain Andy’s Oceanfront Grill – a bar/restaurant with front row seats to watch the waves roll in. With over 30 beers on tap, seasonal live music, and happy hour, this open-air bar is a fan favorite.

Avalon Fishing Pier | Kill Devil Hills, NC

Avalon Pier

Avalon Pier

2111 N Virginia Dare Trail,
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
252-441-7494
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Drop a line in the water at Avalon Pier, a classic structure in Kill Devil Hills with a bait and tackle store, throwback arcade with games and pool tables, and a small cafe. For $1 admission, you can stroll to the end of the pier for a unique vantage point looking back on the shoreline, or purchase a daily or weekly fishing pass to try your hand at catching flounders, stripers, or whatever is biting (all depends on the day, the season, and your skill!). The pier was built in 1962 and has withstood its fair share of nor’easters and hurricanes. It remains a place where locals gather to fish and surf, and out of towners visit for a taste of nostalgic Outer Banks history.

Duck Soundside Boardwalk | Duck, NC

Duck Soundside Boardwalk

Duck Soundside Boardwalk

The most distinctive, and perhaps the most beautiful feature of Duck Village, may be the boardwalk on the edge of Currituck Sound. With multiple access points from the shopping district and the town center, the boardwalk runs for a mile along the waterfront and is a remarkably relaxing and appealing way to experience the beauty of the Outer Banks. The boardwalk starts on the south end at Aqua Restaurant and ends at the Waterfront Shops near Blue Point Restaurant.
Duck Soundside Boardwalk
Duck, NC

Fish Heads Bar & Grill | Nags Head, NC

Fish Heads Bar & Grill

Fish Heads Bar & Grill

8901 S. Old Oregon Inlet Rd.,
Nags Head, NC 27959
252-441-5740
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Located on the Outer Bank’s Fishing Pier at Milepost 18.5, Fish Heads is a destination worth checking out. The vibe is happy and casual – how could you be bummed out drinking a beer while simultaneously enjoying one of the best ocean views around? This place is busy in the summer, but for good reason. Live tunes and a menu of burgers, tuna bites, steamed shrimp, and other casual costal fare keep locals and visitors coming back!