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spring is arriving on the outer banksAhhh… Spring is arriving on the Outer Banks! The daffodils are beginning to bloom, the birds are chirping happily in the sunshine, and seasonal businesses are starting to reopen. We’re all excited to see what the coming season has to hold.

New restaurants and shops are opening up and down the OBX and luckily we are right in the middle of it all. Our location allows our visitors full access to the length of the Outer Banks! We may be called the Nags Head Beach Hotel – Outer Banks Travelodge but we are actually located in Kill Devil Hills within walking distance of the Wright Brothers Memorial, right across the street from the beach, and smack dab in the center of the action!

spring is arriving on the outer banks1Spring brings so much fun to the Outer Banks and March kick-starts spring with everything from tons of St. Patrick’s Day activities including the famous Kelly’s St Patrick’s Day Parade to amazing Easter activities and celebrations! If you haven’t been here to see the Kelly’s St Patrick’s Day Parade you really have to come and see for yourself. It is actually one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day parades on the East Coast. Giant crabs, lawn chair marching bands, and dancers are just the beginning. Each year is a treat and the viewer are often treated to beads and sweets!

If you are a bird watcher this is an ideal time to come to the OBX. The Outer Banks is right in the path of the Atlantic Flyway and in March the bird populations can vary greatly depending on whether the birds are north or south bound. Plus we have a amazing variety of indigenous birds that will keep you busy for hours.

Although the weather isn’t quite right for swimming on sunny days the beach is a wonderland. Beach combing in March can be fascinating. You really never know what you might find. And there are sand castles just waiting to be built!

Book Now or call us today and get reservations for Spring Break, Easter Weekend or a mid-week getaway and take advantage of our great rates! (800) 873–4914

We’re all excited Spring is arriving on the Outer Banks and we hope you are too. We are a pet-friendly, family-friendly hotel and we can’t wait to see you!

 

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Dog Friendly Outer Banks – OBX Travelodge Nags Head Beach Hotel wants you to enjoy a vacation with your “whole” family. Even the four-legged members!

The Outer Banks is a sincerely dog-friendly place to go. The Travelodge Nags Head Beach Hotel believes that your pet is a part of your family and we offer pet-friendly rooms so you can enjoy spending time with every members of your family at the many dog-friendly beaches, parks, and historical sites all over the islands.

You can enjoy a wonderful time at the beach with your pets but please keep in mind that there are leash laws that apply to every beach. By ensuring you are aware of the rule regarding pets on the beach you and you dog will enjoy every minute here.  Each town, county or location has it’s own rules, which are subject to change, so be sure you keep these in mind.

Currituck County – including Carova and Corolla – Leashes are required. For more information visit: http://www.co.currituck.nc.us/Frequently-Asked-QuestionsDup22.cfm

Duck – Leashes of no more than ten (10) feet in length are required within town limits. Pets are allowed to play unleashed on the beach under close supervision of owner. For more information visit: http://www.townofduck.com/pets/

Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands – Most of the beaches on Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands are part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.  The leash law at National Parks requires leashes not to exceed six (6) feet in length. Guide dogs for the visually impaired are permitted to remain with their owners at all times. For more information visit: http://www.nps.gov/caha/parknews/dogs-on-seashore-must-be-on-leash.htm

Kill Devil Hills – Between May 15 and September 15 no dogs are permitted on the public beach between the hours of 9:00 am and 6:00 pm., unless being used to aid a handicapped person. At all other times, no dogs are permitted on the public beaches except while on a leash and under the control of the owner or handler. For more information visit: http://kdhnc.com/faq.aspx 

Kitty Hawk – Dogs are allowed on beach. From the Friday before Memorial Day until the day after Labor Day between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., dogs must be on a leash not exceeding six (6) feet in length. For more information visit: http://www.townofkittyhawk.org/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC={61E76570-E869-4D10-8B60-7A3244CB9E42}

Manteo – Leash law requires leash not to exceed six (6) feet in length. Leashed pets are allowed on the waterfront year round. For more information please call:  (252) 473-2133

Nags Head – Dogs are allowed on the beach year round with a leash. For more information visit: http://www.nagsheadnc.gov/index.asp?Type=B_BASIC&SEC=%7B5E603581-549A-4412-ABAE-879FA2F0965C%7D

Southern Shores – From May 15 to September 15 of each year, dogs are allowed on town beaches only before 9 a.m. and after 6p.m. with a leash not to exceed ten (10) feet in length.  Leash laws enforced remainder of year. For more information visit: http://southernshores-nc.gov/visitors/beach-rules/

No one likes to step in it so please be courteous and scoop the poop!

Most importantly, enjoy every minute of your vacation with your pet!

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MOTBlogoSmFor the 5th year in a row, the Nags Head Beach Hotel Travelodge is the Host Hotel and proud sponsor of the “Manx on the Banx” dune buggy gathering. This week-long event features tons of dune buggy fun! We could not be happier to welcome back the Manx Club, October 12th-18th.