Life is Better at the Beach!
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The Beach Road runs north and south, alongside the Atlantic Ocean on the Outer Banks. Known as Virginia Dare Trail, the road begins in Kitty Hawk and ends in Nags Head at Whalebone Junction. From there it intersects Highway 12, Route 158 and Highway 64. Hwy 64 will take you over the Washington Baum Bridge to Roanoke Island and north to the historic town of Manteo and County seat, or south to the fishing village of Wanchese.
Along the Beach Road you’ll pass a number of fishing piers, fine dining and casual picnic-table restaurants, Mom & Pop grocery stores, art galleries, rustic seaside cottages, go-carts and nationally known hotels. The driving is slow with frequent pedestrian crosswalks over to the beach. Driving the Beach Road allows you to drive slowly, roll the windows down, glimpse the sea, smell the salt air and be reminded of the lifestyle and tranquility of the Outer Banks.