Outer Banks Articles & Shorts - Days Inn by Wyndham Kill Devil Hills Oceanfront

If you’re like a lot of people – like hundreds of thousands of people – you love the Outer Banks of North Carolina. You might consider us presumptuous drawing this conclusion so quickly, and we would agree with you . . . except for the fact that we’re right. You love the Outer Banks beaches, the Outer Banks water sports, the Outer Banks towns, Outer Banks shops, the Outer Banks events and Outer Banks activities . . . everything about this place (you wouldn’t be on this site if you didn’t). We do too. And, lucky for you, we also love writing about the Outer Banks. Locals and visitors alike value our Outer Banks information.

Our local writers tell you how to negotiate dining out if you have a big crowd. We show you, step by step, how to pick a crab. We’ve written articles highlighting Corolla and the Currituck Outer Banks or about charming Manteo on Roanoke Island or telling you the mysteries of Ocracoke Island. We cover the events happening on the Outer Banks – and, boy, are there a lot of them to cover! Outer Banks activities, everything from water sports to walking tours to lighthouse tours to birdwatching trips, are focal points. Businesses, rituals and legends local to the Outer Banks are detailed in our articles. You’ll find out how that restaurant got its name or the modest beginning of that now-booming business. We give you insider Outer Banks information about staying safe in the ocean, how to navigate those pesky turn lanes, which restaurants to check out for the best Southern cuisine in the area and resorts’ present and future aspirations. Our Outer Banks articles are good reading. You’ll feel like a local with all the knowledge you’re sure to collect! And we’re adding to them all the time. Click on in to learn about the Outer Banks from the locals' side!


Fall in Love with the Outer Banks in the Off-Season

By Molly Harrison
You know how wonderful the beach is in the summer, but have you ever experienced the magic of the Outer Banks in fall and winter? Before you say “too cold!” consider that the Outer Banks’ average temperatures are typically in the 70s in October and often in the 60s through December. And at this latitude, the Atlantic... Read More

Keeping Outer Banks History Alive

By Lexi Holian
The award-winning oceanfront hotel looks less like a hotel and more like one of Old Nags Head’s classic beach box cottages with a wide-angle roof, green shutters and charming rockers that are always occupied by guests in season – guests who are likely contemplating a walk to the nearby hill where man first learned to... Read More