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Bogue Inlet

Bogue Inlet

Anglers, mariners, and everyday vacationers can enjoy a stunning landscape that’s coupled with miles of fishing, shelling and exceptional views with a visit to Bogue Inlet. Located on the western edge of Emerald Isle, this major body of water is a popular destination for all varieties of visitors, and serves as a gateway for mariners who want to explore the open expanse of the Atlantic Ocean.

Moyock

Moyock

Moyock is located on the very edge of the Virginia and North Carolina state border, and often serves as the first introduction to Currituck County and NC in general for Outer Banks visitors who are driving to the area from the northern half of the country.

Mt. Pleasant, SC

Mt. Pleasant, SC

The sunny community of Mt. Pleasant is often overlooked by its more famous neighbor to the south, Charleston, but this large suburban town has a wealth of authentic southern charm, history, activities and dining options that are sure to keep any South Carolina newcomer completely entertained.

Beaufort, NC Museums

Beaufort, NC Museums

The Crystal Coast is renowned for its centuries of history and fascinating attractions, and new visitors will discover that when it comes to maritime heritage, all roads seemingly lead to Beaufort. Renowned as North Carolina’s third oldest town, with a long legacy of being a hopping port community, visitors will find an assortment of museums in the region that pay homage to this history, as well as the local ecosystems and culture that make this area distinctively unique.