According to USA Today Travel Tips … “One of the East Coast’s best-kept fall secrets is Nags Head, North Carolina. October temperatures range from 57 to 71 degrees Fahrenheit, with little to no crowds in this Outer Banks town. Even though summer is over, all the retail establishments and restaurants are still open for business. With miles of beachfront, art galleries, the nation’s largest sand dune and seafood restaurants, Nags Head is a perfect October destination.”

 

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Mojo

Please Don’t Miss This …

Mojo Collins & Triple Vision Band
Playing LIVE at Scarborough Faire,
This Friday October 10, 2-6pm

If We’re Lucky, Special Guest &
Town of Duck Jazz Fest Headliner,
Renee Marie, Will Join the Crowd
for a Song or Two in the Courtyard!

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outer banks hotel special - seafood festival

The 2014 Outer Banks Seafood Festival is being held on Saturday – October 18th. The event celebrates Outer Banks fisherman and seafood heritage. Nearly 20 Outer Banks restaurants have committed to serve their signature dishes featuring fish and seafood caught along the Outer Banks.

The event site will be held near the Nags Head Inn Oceanfront Hotel on the 10 acre soundfront Windmill Point site in Nags Head. Stay at the Nags Head Inn and you could walk to the nearby festival!

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