North Carolina

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Sometimes when you’re on vacation it’s nice to have the comfort and convenience of home. Plan the perfect family reunion with rental properties from Boone to the Crystal Coast. Find a pet-friendly beach house at Oak Island, named a top 10 beach for dogs by Dog Fancy. Plan a romantic getaway for two to a cabin near Asheville, or rent a place big enough for a bridal party in Wilmington. You can even rent a beach house beyond where the road ends on the Currituck Outer Banks, where the neighbors are wild horses that have roamed the area for 400 years.

Coastal North Carolina

Worries can’t follow you to a place this beautiful. With more than 300 miles of barrier island beaches, two national seashores and dozens of charming small towns, the pristine landscape of the North Carolina coast is made for relaxation. Set sail in Edenton, named one of "America's Prettiest Towns." Explore our seven coastal lighthouses. Tee it up on world-class golf courses. Taste exquisite seafood caught the same day. Witness the mystique of wild horses and native wildlife in picturesque settings. Visit sites steeped in Revolutionary and Civil War history, or just enjoy the sand between your toes.

Albemarle & Pamlico Sounds

Visit our first state capitol at Tryon Palace, walk in Blackbeard’s footsteps in Bath, and enjoy year-round sailing, fishing and paddling.

Holden Beach

Named best family beach in the United States by Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, also known as “Dr. Beach,” Holden Beach offers small-town charm and unspoiled beauty.

Crystal Coast

These south-facing beaches are home to America’s Coolest Small Town, Cape Lookout National Seashore and the nation’s best wreck diving.

Inner Coastal Plain

Pair Revolutionary and Civil War historic sites with local flavor ranging from fine dining and craft beer to muscadine wine and barbecue.

Topsail Area

This tranquil beach destination located on our southeastern coast is a haven for anglers, boaters, campers and visitors looking to unwind.

Wilmington Area

Tour the Historic River District, board Battleship North Carolina, and enjoy the surf and sand at Carolina, Kure and Wrightsville beaches.

Let the seasons guide your way to an unforgettable vacation in the North Carolina mountains. Spring brings crisp, fresh air perfect for hiking the Appalachian Trail or biking the trails at Rocky Knob Mountain Bike Park. Summer offers water sports ranging from kayaking tranquil rivers to rafting Class IV-V whitewater rapids. Fall offers spectacular color along the Blue Ridge Parkway, America’s Favorite Drive. And winter creates a snowy wonderland at High Country ski resorts. Whether you’re looking for mountain cabin rentals, a stay at a spa, a secluded camping spot or a zip lining adventure, you’ll find it here.

North Carolina Mountains

Blue Ridge Mountains

Discover Chimney Rock, Lake Lure and other outdoor sights as well as the quirky charm of this region’s arts, dining and craft breweries.

High Country

Enjoy mile-high views at Grandfather Mountain, visit landmark country stores, and hike, ski and snowboard the highest peaks in the East.

Smoky Mountains & Cherokee

Explore the beauty of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Land of the Waterfalls, Cherokee and the nation’s first fly fishing trail.

The Outer Banks (OBX) is a 200-mile-long (320 km) string of narrow peninsulas and barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina and a small portion of Virginia, beginning in the southeastern corner of Virginia Beach on the east coast of the United States. They cover most of the North Carolina coastline, separating the Currituck Sound, Albemarle Sound, and Pamlico Sound from the Atlantic Ocean. The Outer Banks are a major tourist destination and are known around the world for their subtropical climate and wide expanse of open beachfront. The Cape Hatteras National Seashore has four campgrounds where visitors may camp.[1] The treacherous seas off the Outer Banks and the large number of shipwrecks that have occurred there have given these seas the nickname Graveyard of the Atlantic, and the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum is located in Hatteras Village near the United States Coast Guard facility and Hatteras ferry.

Outer Banks

The English Roanoke Colony—where Virginia Dare was born - vanished from Roanoke Island in 1587. The Lost Colony, written and performed to commemorate the original colonists, is the second longest running outdoor drama in the United States and its theater acts as a cultural focal point for much of the Outer Banks.

The Wright brothers' first flight in a controlled, powered, heavier-than-air vehicle took place on the Outer Banks on December 17, 1903, at Kill Devil Hills near the seafront town of Kitty Hawk. The Wright Brothers National Monument commemorates the historic flights, and First Flight Airport is a small, general-aviation airfield located there.