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Best places for Outer Banks pet-friendly vacation rentals

  • Kill Devil Hills: Not only is it known for its unique name, but Kill Devil Hills is the location of the Wright Brothers first controlled, powered airplane flights in 1903. Kill Devil Hills, originally known as Killdeer Hills due to the killdeer birds, is the oldest part of the Outer Banks and is part of the 200 miles of barrier islands off North Carolina's mainland. This popular tourist destination is a great place to look for pet-friendly vacation rentals in the Outer Banks. Two popular points of interest are the Wright Brothers National Memorial and the Run Hill State Natural Area.
  • Nags Head: As the first tourist spot in the North Carolina colony, Nag’s Head has been a popular vacation spot since 1830. If you're a surfer, you'll love the waves you can catch by this part of the peninsula. It’s a perfect vacation spot for those who love the outdoors, thanks to its trails, a boardwalk, and a nature preserve on top of the beach. Outer Banks pet-friendly rentals enable you to bring your dog along for all the outdoor adventures. For vacationers looking for outdoor adventure or lazy beach days, Nag’s Head is a great destination in the pet-friendly Outer Banks.
  • Corolla: With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Currituck Sound on the other, you will never have trouble finding a spot on the beach in Corolla. The village is rather secluded, being the second-most northern beach on the Outer Banks. While the housing communities showcase the modern part of the Outer Banks, the shops around the Village are unique and eclectic. This is a great area to find Outer Banks vacation properties that are oceanfront and pet-friendly. There is no reason why your dog can’t accompany you during your time away with the rest of the family.

Cheap pet-friendly vacation rentals in Outer Banks

You can find hundreds of cheap pet-friendly vacation rentals in the Outer Banks. No matter which part of the peninsula you want to stay in, you’ll be able to find a great location for you, your family, and your furry friend. The quaint beach towns all offer something different, and choosing which one to stay near is going to be the biggest stress. Luckily, no matter where you choose, you'll still be close to all of the other communities and their array of cheap and free activities and entertainment for tourists.

Book pet-friendly Outer Banks rentals on the oceanfront today

Whether you're looking to spend time at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, visit the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, or buy some fresh seafood from the Oregon Inlet Fishing Center, your Outer Banks rentals on the oceanfront will offer you easy access to everything the region has to offer. You'll be just a few steps from soft white sands and cool Atlantic waves, and within easy reach of Kitty Hawk, Duck Island, Brigand Bay and Kite Point. Pet-friendly rentals allow your dog or cat to come along on the trip and offer an abundance of amenities to keep them happy and comfortable. You can take your dog to the beach or just play in your backyard and enjoy the scenery. Book your Outer Banks pet-friendly rentals on the oceanfront to make memories with your furry family members.

Outer Banks pet-friendly house rentals

For those who are looking for a little more room or just want to have all the creature comforts of home while on vacation, Outer Banks pet-friendly house rentals are almost as popular as the condos. Houses are ideal for the added indoor and outdoor space for not just the family, but also for your pets. You want your pets to enjoy their time away just as much as you, and being stuck in a cramped hotel may not be as fun. Discover the different parts of the Outer Banks with your dog as you walk through the different neighborhoods and check out the local shops.

Outer Banks pet-friendly condo rentals

If you're looking for an Outer Banks pet-friendly condo rental, you are in luck. Condos make great accommodations, as you’ll have more amenities than you would find in a hotel, almost to the point of feeling like you’re at home. Condos, many of which are pet-friendly, are among the most popular vacation rentals available in the Outer Banks, so you won’t have a problem securing a rental no matter what time of year you want to visit. Sitting out on the balcony and watching sunrises and sunsets with your dog sitting next to you is a memory that’ll be ingrained in your mind for a long time to come.