Have you and your family been wanting to explore the Outer Banks on your next vacation this winter? The Outer Banks is a great location to enjoy the beaches, fishing and exploring the island. Staying in one of our Outer Banks vacation rentals will allow your family to stay close to the surf and sand. Let’s look below at a few of the things that you and your family can do on your next vacation to the Outer Banks this winter.
Winter Weather on the Outer Banks
Vacationing to the Outer Banks during the winter months can be fun and your family can enjoy some pleasant weather too. The temperatures can vary between 55° – 60° during the day and between 38° – 40° during the night. It typically rains between 8 – 9 days during January & February, allowing you to enjoy the sunshine more along the coast. Even though the ocean is going to be a lot cooler than it would earlier in the season, it’s still pleasant weather to enjoy.
Vacationing to the Outer Banks in the winter can have some great perks. During the winter months, we often run specials that you and your family can take advantage of. One of the specials that we offer is book any week during the month of January or February and you can receive 30% off the weekly rental rate on select rentals. Saving money on your vacation can not only help on the wallet but will also allow you to enjoy the beach during the off-season too without the crowds.
Enjoy the Outdoor Activities
Some of the fun things that you and the family can enjoy while you are on vacation during the winter months would be enjoying the beach. You may find that the kids will enjoy an empty beach where there is enough room for them to run, scream and play together. Another fun activity that you can plan is fishing from the beach. This is a prime time when many loves to explore the beach as you find your new place to fish from. There are so many different things that you can do outdoors together as a family while on vacation to the Outer Banks during the winter.
While there are so many other reasons to vacation to the Outer Banks during the winter, these are just a few we wanted to share with you. If you haven’t booked your next vacation to the OBX this winter, now is the time. We can’t wait to see you and your family in the next few months making new traditions and memories!