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13 BEST Outdoor Things to Do in the Outer Banks North Carolina!

Stretching 200 miles across four barrier islands that separate mainland North Carolina from the Atlantic Ocean, the Outer Banks (also known as OBX) offers a diversity of landscapes, from pristine protected beaches to marshes to stunning gardens to seriously large sand dunes. In addition to one of the oldest and most mysterious histories in the […]

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10 Best Things to Do in Asheville NC

Asheville is a trendy city nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. It’s known for a thriving arts scene, more breweries per capita than any other city in America, and historic architecture, including the dome-topped Basilica of Saint Lawrence and the famous 19th-century Biltmore estate. Exuding a distinctly bohemian vibe, are no shortage of exceptional […]

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10 Best Outdoor Things to Do in Onslow County NC

Onslow County encompasses the towns of Swansboro, Jacksonville, Topsail, and Beulaville, on the coast of North Carolina. Forests, vineyards, farms, beaches, rivers, and Intracoastal waterways guarantee that you will run out of things to do in Onslow County! 10  Lejeune Memorial Gardens Lejeune Memorial Gardens encourages visitors to explore the beautiful 27-acre hallowed grounds and […]

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Is Manteo is the Prettiest Town in NC? North Carolina Manteo

Nestled on the waterfront in the heart of Roanoke Island – one of the four barrier islands that make up the Outer Banks – the town of Manteo just couldn’t be any more appealing. Picturesque boardwalk, a historic lighthouse, colorful gardens, outdoor activities, high concentration of activities and restaurants, and the literal birthplace of English […]

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Carolina Renaissance Festival

Jousting knights, kings, queens, wenches, fairies, and even pirates, the Carolina Renaissance Festival is considered one of the best in America.  The fair comes alive every weekend in October and November on a permanent 25-acre 16th-century theme park that Disney would be proud of. Non-stop, day-long amusements delight children and adults alike. Activities and entertainments […]

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