A Music Man for All Seasons

A Music Man for All Seasons is a mobile disc-jockey service owned by John Harper, who has been entertaining at weddings and other occasions on the Outer Banks since 1985.  Few people know music as well as Harper...

Metro Rental

If you’re planning a wedding or event in the Outer Banks, Metro Rentals has everything you need and then some. Metro Rentals offers serveware, fine china and glassware, linens, fog machines and disco balls, even...

Outer Banks DJ

Outer Banks DJ offers tunes for your special event or wedding day. Music makes any party or event more meaningful and fun, but it’s especially important to have great sounding music at a wedding and reception...

Storm the Beach

Storm the Beach

Jun 11, 2017

Storm the Beach is a full-fledged obstacle course and adventure race held on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on the ocean front beaches. Storm the Beach is not your typical run and grab a medal at the finish type of race. Athletes of all abilities crawl, climb, and conquer obstacles such as Swamp Scum and the Sandfiddler Crawl. Save the date and come to the Outer Banks to join the fun in the sun!
There’s nothing like it!

 

Salt Water Grille

Salt Water Grille

We are Salt Water Grill and we proudly offer fresh made contemporary coastal favorites utilizing locally sourced seafood and produce, all natural pork, beef and chicken. We feature an excellent craft beer selection and a well rounded wine list to compliment our passion to provide consistently high quality real food for real people.

The Lost Colony

The Lost Colony

In July of 1587, 117 English men, women, and children came ashore on Roanoke Island with a commission from Elizabeth I to establish a permanent English settlement in the New World. Just three years later in 1590, when English ships returned to bring supplies to the settlement, they found the island deserted with no sign of the colonists except the single word, “CROATOAN,” carved into the surface of an abandoned structure and the letters, “CRO,” scratched into the bark of a tree. After nearly 450 years, the mystery of what happened to the colonists remains unsolved.