Expert Travel Advice to Outer Banks

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Top Answers To Outer Banks Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    It will be warm in mid-August, but not terribly. I was there for Labor Day weekend, and the weather was variable, but early Sept is great--the water is warm and the crowds start to thin.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I lived there for 4 years and favorite time of the year was off season. Typically "the season" would end after Labor Day. Temps are still nice. I personally love the beach in the mid/late fall,winter,and spring (before Memorial Day)quiet and peaceful. Enjoy your trip when you go!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    From Nashville, Kay, I think you should head southeast through Chattanooga and Atlanta to the Georgia, Florida, or South Carolina coast towns. Loads of choices there, including laidback Tybee Island (http://blogs.away.com/travel/2009/06/beach-bytes-tybee-island-georgia.html), which offers plenty affordable options. Another cool place might be Holden Beach (http://blogs.away.com/travel/2009/05/beach-bytes-holden-beach-north-carolina.html), perhaps a more affordable, charismatic alternative to Myrtle Beach. Congrats to you both!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    A good resource for this sort of search is Away's guide to vacation rentals. For example if search for Outer Banks homes with 7 or more bedrooms you get over 200 results. http://trips.away.com/vacation_rentals/location-Nags-Head--NC/bedrooms-7.max

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