If you need equipment while you are on vacation, you can be sure to find it at Ocean Atlantic Rentals. Serving families since 1979, this comprehensive rental destination has four locations on the Outer Banks and is happy to deliver to your door.  From baby needs to beach needs, Ocean Atlantic Rentals is ready to serve you. With Ocean Atlantic Rentals here, there is no need to lug your equipment from home if you can rent it when you arrive. Need baby equipment? Ocean Atlantic Rentals has everything from cribs and crib sheets to booster seats and exersaucers. Also in stock are high chairs, tricycles, strollers and more. Here you can find a bike for every family member and rent it for the week. Call 1-800-635-9559 and order before April 1, 2015 and recieve a discount for booking early and have yourequipment wiating at your rental home when you arrive!

You don’t have to buy beach chairs, umbrellas and coolers while you are here. Just rent them at Ocean Atlantic Rentals. Beach value packages are available depending on your individual needs. If you are looking for recreational equipment for your week at the beach, you can find it here. The store rents a wide selection of kayaks, surfboards, life vests, boogie boards, skim boards, paddle boards and life vests.  Beach towels, bath towels and hand towels are also available. 

Need a grill, movie pack, table, fan, or rollaway bed for your cottage? You can find it here. Ocean Atlantic Rentals also has a wedding and event staff ready to help you with your event needs. See website for full catalog.

Corolla
Kill Devil Hills
Hours
  • Monday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Tuesday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Wednesday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Thursday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Friday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Saturday8:00am-8:00pm
  • Sunday8:00am-8:00pm
Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve

Vacationers adore the Outer Banks for its unspoiled stretches of undeveloped shoreline, and some may not initially realize that this sporadic lack of development is completely intentional, and is the result of decades of careful environmental planning. While tourism flourished on the beaches, for generations, locals and visitors alike made inquiries and partnerships with government branches to ensure that certain areas of the Outer Banks would always remain pristine, unspoiled, and open to everyone.