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fall-ing on the obx

Ask just about any Outer Banks local their favorite time of the year and they’ll probably say fall. The sun is out, the temperatures have cooled slightly and the water is warm. And, there’s still lots to do as Brandon Fuller, blogging for Kitty Hawk Kites, shares in this great list.

Visit the Whalehead Club in the fall. Photo Kip Tabb

Visit the Whalehead Club in the fall. Photo Kip Tabb

“Once considered to be only a summer vacation destination, the Outer Banks has transformed into more of a year-round place for sightseers and tourists to explore. Weather during the spring and fall months on the Outer Banks is superb, and winters are typically more temperate than what many visitors may be accustomed to in the Midwest and Northeast.

Not long ago, there were few activities that were available during the offseason and most restaurants would close for the season after Labor Day. However, this is not the case any more and there are certainly no shortage of things to do or places to dine at year-round on the OBX.”

 

Not just a summer vacation spot any more, there is lots to do year ’round on the Outer Banks.

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