- The list below includes 66 free or cheap things to do in or near Nags Head, North Carolina, including 48 different types of inexpensive activities like Piers & Boardwalks, Go Karts, Fishing and Laser Tag.
- From Jockey's Ridge State Park to Jennette's Pier, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Nags Head and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manteo, Kill Devil Hills, Kitty Hawk and Duck.
The Outer Banks beach dunes are a draw for outdoor lovers, and Jockey's Ridge State Park features the tallest sand dune on the Atlantic coastline. Facing Roanoke Sound, the 426-acre dune-filled park is popular for flying kites and watching fabulous sunsets. Hang-gliding and sandboarding are permitted, although …
Spend the day on Jennette's Pier to enjoy its wide, public beaches, pier aquariums, and fishing. You'll find catches like mahi mahi, bluefish, king mackerel, puffers, trout, pompano, flounder and other species, with bait, license and rod rentals availabe.
Nags Head Fishing Pier is a fishing pier and seafood restaurant. The pier is suitable for walking, sightseeing, and of course, fishing. The restaurant serves several fresh seafood dishes and offers a you catch them, we cook them' service.
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8901 S Old Oregon Inlet Road, Nags Head, NC 27959 MoreLess Info
Lighted and open 24 hours a day, Outer Banks Pier & Fishing Center is 600 ft and requires no fishing license. The pier house features a fully stocked tackle shop, an oceanfront grill, video games and fishing rentals.
The isolated Nags Head-based Bodie Island lighthouse was open in 1872, and today is located on the National Seashore, along with Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and Ocracoke Island Lighthouse. One of the two lighthouses you can climb, self-guided tours are available April through Columbus Day. Bodie is a 10-story clim…
Rock Solid Fishing is a charter fishing guide service featuring three boats: the Rock Solid, The Carolina Blue, and the Southern Run. The company tailors trips to match customersâ€™ experience levels, and includes all gear.
Specializing in the repurposing of household items, Seagreen Gallery features many interesting art pieces. Housed in an old department store, the artists have taken soda tabs to create jewelry, and beach glass to craft stained glass mirrors and the like.