2014 Taste of the Beach Chowder Cook-off, sponsored by Coastal Provisions.

Just about everyone gets the winter blues at some point. Maybe not everyone—professional skiers probably dream about this time of the year, but for the rest of us, sometime about the end of February, we start to dream of longer days and warmer weather.

We all know its coming, but somehow it seems such a long way off just about now. 

However, since we do know it’s coming here are a few things to know about the Outer Banks in the springtime. 

We’ve already mentioned what a great Outer Banks week March 15-22 is going to be: Mike Kelly kicks things off with the Kelly’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Nags Head. Then the end of the week is the Taste of the Beach—as much a lovefest for the beauty of the Outer Banks as it is a four day culinary masterpiece.

The Duck and Wine Festival is coming up at the end of April—April 25.

May has so much happening in it that it almost looks like a summer list of events. A the ESA Regional surf championships at the beginning of the month, the Kitty Hawk Kites Hang Gliding Spectacular in the middle of the month and lots of music throughout.

Summer is a great time to visit, but spring is awfully nice too. 

We have some great rates on our Brindley Beach properties in the spring. Let us know what your needs are and we’ll do everything we can to make your visit to the Outer Banks the best you have ever had.