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Outer Banks, North Carolina, is an excellent option for pet-friendly travel because of the wide selection of vacation rentals and activities available. You and your dog can stay at any of 300+ vacation rentals throughout OBX, rentals ranging from condos to large beach-front mansions. You can definitely find the proper accommodation for you, your family, and your pet.
You and your four-legged friend will have plenty of exciting adventures along the barrier islands, which is located off the North Carolina coast. From state parks to open-sea beaches, Outer Banks will leave you wanting more time on the islands.
Dogs are allowed on the beaches with the exception of a few rules and regulations that simply keep your pet, other animals, and the natural wildlife safe and happy. When hunger strikes, head to one of the Outer Banks’ many canine-friendly ice cream shops or restaurants to enjoy your meal outside on the patio. True to its pet-friendly environment, OBX is home to several kennels and animal emergency room hospitals.
No matter where you go, the great outdoors is always pet-friendly, so you will find plenty of outside activities to do on the Outer Banks. One pet-friendly thing to do on Outer Banks is going to the beach. OBX is home to many beaches, each one different from the next. You can bring your dog to any of the beaches, but check for specific rules, such as leash laws and time regulations.
You can also enjoy a variety of walking paths and trails around town and through nature. Head to Duck Town Park and Soundside Boardwalk to explore the soundfront by walking the boardwalk. While you’re exploring the boardwalk, stop by one of the many shops and restaurants to support local and get a bite to eat.
The Beer Garden in Corolla offers pet-friendly live music events. Bring your lawn chairs and pets, and set up on the green lawn to enjoy a musical performance.
Heritage Park at the Whalehead Club in Corolla is a very popular dog-friendly outdoor space. The Whalehead Club is a restored 1920s Art Nouveau-style mansion that is set on 39 acres of beautiful land known as Historic Corolla Park. Your leased dog can walk the grounds and explore the trails all day long.
While still at Historic Corolla, take a trail to the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. This lighthouse is one of the most notable landmarks on the Outer Banks. You can bring your dog to the lighthouse too.
Head to the Wright Brothers Memorial in Kill Devil Hills if you are interested in history. This memorial commemorates the first powered flights and is a must-see pet-friendly attraction in the Outer Banks. You and your pet will get an up-close look at the legendary 60ft granite monument and more.
Take your four-legged friend to Jockey’s Ridge in Nags Head, a 426-acre park home to natural living sand dunes, as well as Roanoke Island Festival Park, a 25-acre historic site with live-action experiences.