Outer Banks lighthouses are attractions to see when touring the barrier islands, which stretch from Virginia Beach VA to the Southern reaches of North Carolina. The Outer Banks is a wonderful, scenic area to visit, and even to plan a whole vacation trip. Why don't we arrange a self-tour for you, to see the lighthouses all around the Outer Banks. You won't regret the chance to go there!
Our cousin lives in Manteo, NC - a wonderful little town Southwest of Nags Head on the Outer Banks. He's been involved in helping with a few of the local lighthouses, in particular, Carrituck Lighthouse. We've have numerous occasions to visit and enjoy all the area has to offer. Of course, including the OBX lighthouses!
This scenic drive officially ends when reaching Currituck Banks North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve. With changing weather all the time be sure to get the most Recent Updates when you plan to travel this Outer Banks Scenic Drive and observe some favorite lighthouses.
If you're intent on seeing all of the Outer Banks Lighthouses, you can plan a whole trip to do this. Stay awhile in North Carolina, because it would be difficult to do this in just one day!
You will be allowed to climb most, but not all of the lighthouses. So we'll take a look at them all, with a bit of the details you'd like to know for background info and planning. We want you to have a great trip! We loved traveling the Outer Banks, ourselves (still do love it!) - visiting some of these Outer Banks lighthouses.
On the Coast of North Carolina, and on the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway - these are close enough, and certainly terrific lighthouses to see while on a North Carolina trip!
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