This Week on the Outer Banks | January 1 - January 8
January 1st - January 8th
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I think we can all agree that 2020 was not the best year for weddings. But, it did allow wedding professionals to come together and still create the same beautiful experience of an Outer Banks Wedding (albeit, a little smaller).
Weddings in 2020 endured a lot. Some were canceled. Some were postponed to later in the year or 2021. Some were still held on a much smaller scale with a larger reception to follow. Some were moved to the couples backyard with only those closest to them. Some were never planned but, in the spur of the moment, two people decided to make the drive to the Outer Banks and say, "I Do," on our beautiful little sandbar (in front of a registered officiant and two witnesses of course.)
However your wedding changed, if it happened or not, if the date is still TBD, we thank you for choosing the Outer Banks to begin your lives together. We know the magic that this place holds in peoples hearts and all of us at the Outer Banks Wedding Association are here to help make your dreams come true.
Thank you & Happy New Year,
The Outer Banks Wedding Association.
The beginning to 2021 is a little damp, but brighter sunny days are ahead!
Events & Live Music
- Ice Skating at the Wanchese Marina
- Spend New Year's Day Ice Skating at the Wanchese Marina! Located at 4457 Mill Landing Road in Wanchese. Open 10am-8pm. Call (252) 423-3157 for more information.
- Kitty Hawk
- Downtown Manteo
- Kill Devil Hills
- Jennette's Pier
Beach driving is back in Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head until April 30th, 2021. Beach permits are available for purchase at Kill Devil Hills Town Hall by appointment only. Call (252)-449-5338 to arrange an appointment. Nags Head permits are available at Nags Head Town Hall or at all tackle shops in Nags Head. Permits issued in Nags Head are accepted on KDH beaches and vise versa. Seasonal permits are $25 and temporary permits are $10, which are accepted for 14 days. Drivers license, proof of insurance and registration are required to purchase.
The Ocracoke Campground at Camp Hatteras National Seashore is to remain open year-round. All 136 campsites are open to use. Reservations can be made at www.recreation.gov
Cape Hatteras National Seashore beached will open to permitted off-road vehicles 24 hours a day if no sea turtle nests are nearby beginning on Tuesday, September 15th. Permit and Access information can be found at .