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Nags Head continues to lure visitors more than 150 years after the first vacationer set foot on these shores. Naturally, the most popular Nags Head attraction is the beach, and vacationers take full advantage of it by swimming, surfing, sunning and beachcombing. But, overall, Nags Head recreation offers a wonderland that reaches from beneath the ocean waves into the blue skies. Whether you're seeking sun, fun and thrills as a single adventurer or as a family, a great time awaits you in Nags Head.
Snorkel famous shipwrecks, sail sound waters, kayak rolling waves or soar over Jockey's Ridge in a hang glider. Witness wildlife through dolphin watches or become a card-carrying member of the Nags Head fishing tradition. Or if you enjoy more low key activities you can bike or walk the town bike path or travel along a wooded trail.