Do yo want to bring your beloved dog on vacation, wondering how to make them comfortable during your stay? Look no further! The Outer Banks of North Carolina have many exciting activities to do while keeping Fido entertained. Vacationers can choose from a plethora of places that their pup is welcome, providing an easy and enjoyable experience for both human and canine. Discover all the wonderful things to do in the Outer Banks with your canine companion!
Take them to the beach
Obviously! Dogs just love the beach. Running swimming or just rolling around in the sand. It’s nothing but fun, fun, fun!. Keep in mind that each Outer Banks town has it’s own leash laws so make sure your up to date on the current rules. Sunrise and sunset are the perfect time for a visit. The beaches are less crowded and the sand is not so hot as to protect those precious paws. And don’t forget about the plentiful Sound Beaches with calm lapping waves and four-legged friendly depths.
Hit the Town
The walking villages across the Outer Banks provide an amazing opportunity to take your pet for time on the town. Duck, Corolla and Ocracoke villages have shops and eateries that offer fun for pet and owner alike. Stroll down the boardwalk of the Waterfront Shops in Duck and stop in to Outer Barks for a special treat for your furry friend. Downtown Manteo is also wonderful open area with pet-friendly shops and restaurants.
Blaze a Trail
The Outer Banks is a natural paradise full of parks and history. Many of these places welcome pets! So if your up for an adventure Hike one of the many trails through Nags Head Woods, climb the mountains of Jockey’s Ridge, visit the Historic Wright Brothers Memorial, or just play fetch at one of our many open parks.
Spending time with your pet or dog on the Outer Banks is a great way to get out and explore the breathtaking beauty this area has to offer. Whether you’re looking for an easy walking trail or an action-packed beach day, there’s something just right for you and your pup. With so much to do in such a beautiful setting, it’s no wonder why people keep coming back year after year. What’s more, you can take home memories of a fun and unforgettable day spent bonding with your pet or dog on the Outer Banks. So what are you waiting for? Pack up your furry friend and hit the road–the perfect beach adventure awaits! What’s your favorite thing to do with your dog on the Outer Banks?
Any one who has braved the Bypass (US158) or the Beach Road (NC12) during the summer months knows all to well that traffic on the Outer Banks is highly unpredictable. The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has live traffic cameras and speed detectors online to make the easy life easier! This year, 2 new cameras have been installed at the Hatteras/Ocracoke ferry docks. These new additions will help keep travelers and locals informed 24 hours a day.
We reopened our Corolla office last month under a new property manager, Kristina Cifers. Cifers, with over ten years of real estate experience, will be in charge of all operations at Stan White Realty’s office in Corolla. “I am known for my realistic prowess, market knowledge and results-driven approach, and it shows when I bring my client’s vision to existence,” said Cifers. Cifers is a resident of the Outer Banks and has a strong sales background. “After months of searching, it is my pleasure to welcome Cifers to the SWR&C team. Her passion for helping others and ambition to succeed make her an ideal leader to grow and sustain our current effort to provide better value and accessibility to the Corolla area,” said John White, CEO.
Established in 2004, Silicon Travel is a locally based company specializes in internet and advanced technologies specifically applied to the vacation rental industry and currently serves over 2,000 rental properties on the Outer Banks. The Vacation Attendant allows Silicon Travel to remotely diagnose and/or rectify issues in the event that a renter experiences connection problems during their vacation. Guests must simply call the toll free number for the Help Desk, which provides over-the-phone tech support 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Internet is the number one requested amenity for vacation rentals. It is not uncommon for one or more guests staying in a home to work while on vacation, and an interruption in internet service can lead to very upset renters. “Providing tech support for connection issues can not only restore service for guests, but conveys to them that we understand the importance of this amenity to their vacation” says White. “Even when the problem cannot be solved during their stay, guests appreciate our willingness to try and help, which is why we want our guests to have access to professional tech support representatives.”
Vacation Attendant, the next phase in Silicon Travel’s wireless Internet service, also serves as a concierge-style web portal that is accessed by vacationers every time they use any wireless device in their rental property. This new platform assists vacationers in effectively communicating with the rental company, and also connects them with the best businesses in the area. In true concierge fashion, Vacation Attendant is the perfect vacation assistant, and for potential advertisers, a direct advertising opportunity.
Installation began in Spring of 2013 with homes south of Kitty Hawk and was completed in November for Duck and Corolla properties. 2014 will be the first season in which the majority of rentals will feature the Vacation Attendant.
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