While numerous travelers make their way towards the Outer Banks of North Carolina when the summer sun is high in the sky, spring provides plenty of opportunity for enjoyment without the large crowds to contend with! There are so many fun things to do in Outer Banks in August! A trip to Duck and Corolla provides the pristine scenery you’ve been craving as well as opportunities to get out and into the fresh coastal air. When you’re here in Outer Banks in July, make sure to add these exciting stops to the vacation itinerary!
Spring means cooler temperatures but tons of color, making it the perfect season to get out and bike your way through the Outer Banks. When it comes to bike rentals, Duck Cycle is the place to be. A vast collection of bicycles as well as watersport gear and beach accessories make this a one-stop-shop for all of your outdoor needs. Take to the sand on a beach cruiser or go tandem. Duck Cycle even offers children’s bikes for those traveling with little ones. Rentals are available by the hour or by the day and provide the wheels you’ll need to get around in style.
1211 Duck Road
Duck, North Carolina 27949
Tucked away inside one of Duck’s original cottages, the Roadside Bar and Grill is a great springtime stop when you’re in the mood for some local fare alongside a wonderful selection of creative cocktails! Feel free to sit outside and enjoy the water and rays when the weather calls for it. Menu options include everything from shrimp and grits to clam chowder and sea scallops. When you’re looking for a drink to accompany your meal choice, a Beach Bellini comes highly recommended with its perfect balance of Kava, peach, and mint. Click here and check out some of Outer Banks amazing restaurants!
Roadside Bar and Grill
1193 Duck Road
Duck, North Carolina 27949
While a standard Segway tour on any beautiful day makes for fun outdoors, the team at Back Country Safari Tours has taken it to a new level with options for guests to participate in off-road Segway excursions. These guided trips take you off the beaten path of the Outer Banks as you cruise along rugged sandscapes in search of the area’s many wild horses. Far from traditional, this tour is an ideal option for those looking for 4-hours of fun to fill during a springtime visit to Corolla! This is a super fun activity to do in Outer Banks in August!
Back Country Safari Tours
1159 Austin Street
Corolla, North Carolina 27949
When you’ve explored the beautiful landscapes that make up Duck and Corolla, make sure you have a luxurious vacation rental home to call your own in the Outer Banks. The team at Brindley Beach Vacations and Sales is happy to take care of the booking details so you can focus on enjoying your time exploring and savoring every moment. Contact us today to start planning your next getaway!