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Relax with your favorite people at this peaceful place to stay! Something for everyone! Vaulted ceilings in living & dining, efficient kitchen space, one bed/bath, screened-in porch, plus Hot Tub on this 2nd level deck overlooking the Sound! Take spiral staircase up to two more bedrooms & full bath. At ground level: half bath, outdoor shower, pool with Sound views, kayaks & SUPs! If that is not enough walk 0.3 mile to private Beach Access! Convenient to Corolla/Carova, Duck, & surrounding towns!

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Cozy home with MANY places to retreat for your privacy! Sound facing office with wireless printer and all the conveniences of a home office to make it easy for you to work/study at your home away from home! Smart TVs in all three bedrooms with streaming channels. One GB mesh network for top speed WIFI service.

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Back in the mid-70s, there was a bumper sticker that adorned some Outer Banks cars that read Stuck in Duck, alluding to the absence of development that characterized this community (which wasn’t incorporated until May of 2002). The Duck, NC, of that relatively recent era was quite different from today. There was a Winks convenience store, some tackle shops, a few houses and little more. Development started slowly, but very quickly the residents and loyal visitors realized that they would need to protect their little piece of Duck heaven from outside forces that wanted to pave paradise. After a particularly scary brush with a large grocery chain planning to build a 31,000-square-foot store in the middle of the village, representatives from the town sprang into action to do whatever was needed to grow yet preserve the essence of the place they loved. Most think they succeeded. The small seaside town of Duck, NC, today is a popular Outer Banks beach destination for good reason. Visitors and locals can roam 7 miles of beaches that are wide and uncrowded. A soundfront boardwalk makes getting around to Duck's many shops and restaurants very pleasant, not to mention safe. Duck is one of those places where you can ditch the car and get around on bike or foot. Duck consistently ranks high on the Travel Channel’s annual America’s Best Beaches list and has been somewhere on the best beaches list since 2000. This is what the Travel Channel has to say about Duck. “Duck’s relative solitude and its vast array of neatly constructed rental homes make it ideal for families. That is, unless your family likes to go bar hopping until the wee hours, in which case you may be out of luck. ... Still, while we admit Duck would never make the list for top spring break party spots, boredom is hardly a threat here.”

Duck, NC, Things to Do
Duck things to do have a lot of tie to the ocean and sound that sandwich the town. Watersports are big, especially on the Currituck Sound. Outfitters can get you out on the water on standup paddleboards, kayaks and sailboats, and there's just as much focus on getting into or onto the ocean on surf or body boards and probably anything else that floats. Duck things to do stay dry too, though: Trails and quiet side streets make biking, running and walking a preferred activity here (and the town sponsors several 5Ks every year). Duck is also a center for yoga and fishing. For some, the most enjoyable Duck activity might be visiting a spa and getting pampered. Several of the most highly regarded Outer Banks spas call Duck, NC, home. (Here’s a local’s hint: Book Early.)

Many of the things to do in Duck, NC, can be found in its soundfront Duck Town Park, complete with a playground, kayak launch, soundside boardwalk and amphitheater. This is the heart of the village, and the Town of Duck fills the park with activities in the summer. The popular Duck Jazz Festival is held here in October.

Duck, NC, Shopping
Let us fill you in on the Duck, NC, shopping scene ... how much energy do you have? Locals sometimes laughingly call Duck the Rodeo Drive of the Outer Banks due to the concentration of truly great stores. Some of the best clothes shopping is there, and the home outfitters shine too. Then there are the art galleries, jewelry stores, gift shops, specialty food shops, farm stands, bookstores, spas with great products, surf shops, pet-oriented stores and so much more. There's also an ABC store where you buy liquor and a small but well stocked grocery. It's all walkable too, connected by an amazing waterfront boardwalk and an expanding sidewalk that runs the length of Duck Road. Suffice it to say that visitors who know what the locals know spend part of their vacation either shopping in Duck, regardless of where they’re staying.

Duck, NC, Restaurants
The charming self-contained village is full of top-notch Duck, NC, restaurants that draw locals and guests from all over the Outer Banks for, probably, the biggest variety of culinary adventures of any town. Some of the area's top-notch eateries are found in this small town, and as with shopping it's worth the drive to experience them no matter where you're staying. Since many restaurants are situated to take in the amazing sunsets here, you'll also find outside bars and comfortable sitting areas at many of them.

Frequently Asked Questions
How did Duck, NC, get its name?
There's no mystery about the origin of this town name, as there is with some of the others. In the early 1900s, duck hunting brought many to the area (so many, the population of the waterfowl was almost decimated). The thousands of ducks that considered the sound waters bordering the town their roost caused the postmaster to give the area its moniker.

Where is Duck, NC, situated on the Outer Banks?
Duck, NC, is the northernmost town in Dare County's Outer Banks. Remember that Corolla to the north is in Currituck County, though it's still considered part of the Outer Banks. Duck's town borders extend to the Currituck County line. To the south, Duck is neighbors with the Town of Southern Shores.

Are there lifeguards and public beach accesses in Duck?
Neighborhoods and HOAs have beach access points that are not maintained by the Town. Contact your rental company for directions to the access in your neighborhood. None of the accesses have showers. That said, there are 12 fixed lifeguard stands that are staffed Memorial Day through Labor Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. As in the other towns, the best piece of advice anyone could give you about your Outer Banks vacation is to always swim within sight of a lifeguard. The ocean here is often rougher than many vacationers are used to. And note that if red flags are flying at beach accesses, that means you're not allowed to swim that day. The decision to fly these flags is not made lightly, so please don't think you can second guess the safety factor.

The fixed lifeguard stands in Duck can be found at:

Caffey's Inlet

Sprigtail Drive

Barrier Island Station

Schooner Ridge Drive

Christopher Drive

Four Seasons

Ocean Pines

Widgeon Drive

Snow Geese

Speckle Trout Drive

Scarborough Lane

Plover Drive

Duck also provides a handy sound access point at the Duck Town Park that provides a kayak launch and parking.

What's the best major airport to fly into if we're coming to Duck, NC?

If you're flying in with Duck as your destination, your best choice for airports is Norfolk International (ORF). From there to Duck the drive (and you will need to rent a car) is only about 1.5 hours. Some have started using the Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport too (PHF). Even though it's across the peninsula, the drive time to Duck is almost the same, and the airport is very simple to negotiate since it's smaller than ORF.

How long will it take me to drive to other Outer Banks towns from Duck, NC?
These drive times factor in summer traffic delays.

Duck to Corolla – 15 minutes

Duck to Southern Shores – 10 minutes

Duck to Kitty Hawk – 12 minutes

Duck to Kill Devil Hills – 20 minutes

Duck to Nags Head – 25 minutes

Duck to Manteo – 45 minutes

Duck to Oregon Inlet – 55 minutes

Duck to Avon – 1 hour 25 minutes

Duck to Hatteras Village – 2 hours

Is Duck, NC, on an island?
Duck is located on the northern Outer Banks, a barrier island that's bordered by the sound on one side and the ocean on the other. You drive across the sounds to reach Duck, NC. Arriving from the north, you take the Wright Memorial Bridge (from Currituck County) then travel up N.C. Highway 12. From the west, you drive across the Virginia Dare Bridge from the North Carolina mainland then take U.S. Highway 158 (aka The Bypass or Croatan Highway) to the intersection of N.C. Highway 12 then into Duck. Should you be driving up from Hatteras, you will cross the Herbert Bonner Bridge to Nags Head then Highway 158 to Highway 12.

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HELLO There!!! I moved to the Outer Banks from Ellicott City, MD in 2013. I studied Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise with an emphasis in Exercise and Health Promotion at Virginia Tech and put that knowledge to work on a daily basis as a Pilates Instructor at the only classical Pilates Studio in the OBX, The Presidio of Pilates! In addition to my education, my love for business and entrepreneurial spirit led me to AirBNB! I CoHost multiple spaces in locations throughout the United States and as a Professional Referrer of AirBNB I take great joy in teaching folks how to start their own business hosting by themselves or with assistance. I have taught a course at the local church - The Path To Financial Freedom with AirBNB - I LOVE to TRAVEL - so reach out if you would like me to teach a course in YOUR home town in the US or Internationally! Things that bring me great joy: 1. My relationships with my K9 Medusa, kitties Oli & BB, close friends & family, clients & guests! 2. Water (referring to all large bodies of water....not the beverage! ;) 3. Beach walks and Podcasts! 4. Meditation 5. Pilates 6. Quotes!! As an Air Ambassador, I am grateful for every guest, and potential new host, I correspond with! I look forward to hosting YOU, your loved ones, and many more in the months and years to come...truly a labor of love! Should you need assistance in hosting your own property, I would be delighted to help you with that AS WELL! Travel quotes that inspire: ~A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. Laozi ~Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers, that the mind can never break off from the journey. Pat Conroy ~All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware. Martin Buber ~Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -- I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Robert Frost ~Remember that happiness is a way of travel - not a destination. Roy M. Goodman ~Own only what you can always carry with you: know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn ~We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend. Robert Louis Stevenson ~Experience, travel — These are an education in themselves. Euripides ~Little by little, one travels far. J. R. R. Tolkien ~Travel far enough you meet yourself! Joseph Campbell
HELLO There!!! I moved to the Outer Banks from Ellicott City, MD in 2013. I studied Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise with an emphasis in Exercise and Health Promotion at Virginia…

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