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The Weather in Nags Head
Above are the weather conditions for Nags Head. July is the warmest month in Nags Head with average maximum temperatures of 87°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 35° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Unforgettable adventures from your Nag's Head vacation home
Launch your vacation at Nags Head with a trip to the scene of man's first ever flight, by the pioneering Wright brothers. Then, see if you can solve the mystery that surrounds the fate of the other pioneers in the area, the Roanoke Colony, who vanished without a trace. Full of fascinating history and spectacular scenery, enjoy a vacation in a beach house in Nags Head, North Carolina.
Exploring Nags Head with kids
Yo-ho! Don your pirate gear and swagger down to Pirate's Cove Yacht Club and Marina where you can watch catches of tuna, wahoo and other deep-sea fish arriving by boat. Charter your own boat and head out into the bay in search of your very own haul. Kids also love biking and skating at Kitty Hawk, where you can rent rollerblades and explore the paths along the beach.
Venturing off the beaten path
Past-times you may not have considered in Nags Head include OBX Bowling which takes place under neon lights at weekends. Venturing further out like the first pioneers to new experiences and less trodden beaches, you'll need some serious wheels. Outer Banks Jeep has you covered. Rent a four wheel drive and head into the wilderness with confidence.
Where to head in Nags
Fort Raleigh National Historic Park
The Fort Raleigh National Historic Site preserves some of the first New World settlements. Cultural heritage of Native Americans, Europeans and African Americans is combined in this remarkable historic site on Roanoke Island.
This nine mile island was long inhabited by the Algonquian people before becoming the site of the Roanoke Colony, an English settlement established in 1587. But the settlement vanished. To this day, it is one America's greatest mysteries. Come and find out more yourself.
The present lighthouse on this island is the third in an unlucky lineage of lighthouses on the spot. Climb the 214 spiral steps that lead you to panoramic views of the sparkling water and North Carolina shoreline.
There are actually two islands that comprise Colington, part of Kill Devil Hills. The harbor is the place to be, and has been for thousands of years. It was an important site for Native Americans before being colonised by early European settlers. Its small town charm is undisturbed by the presence of 'Fast Food Alley', which is also in the vicinity of the Kill Devil Hills.
Wright Brothers National Memorial
Visit this homage to the brothers who brought us flight after their first successful flight in 1903. Kitty Hawk was the location of one of the most influential scientific projects undertaken by these self-taught engineers. Now you can learn all about man's incredible journey into the air.
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