Beacon Motor Lodge

Address: 2617 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2617 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, is near Jockey's Ridge State Park, Nags Head Woods Preserve, Stop-N-Shop Beach Shop, and Tracks in the Sand.
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Travel Blogs from Nags Head

North Carolina and co.

A travel blog entry by k.christian on Aug 09, 2015

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8 plus hours of driving from Charleston SC, we finally reached the outer banks in North Carolina. Seems like two very large states considering the next day we'd drive through 4 states in half the time, but whatever. The last leg of the drive is pristine as you cross about 3 bodies of water on long highway bridges and once you enter the region, you realise there are huge bodies of water on either side of you. My initial feeling was that the ...

Fort Raleigh and a Lighthouse

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 23, 2014

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... the pilot refused to take them any further. The settlers repaired the original fort and dwellings. On August 18, 1587, Ananias and Elenora Dare had a daughter who was the first Christian born in North America and because of that, she was named Virginia. The Indians remembered how they had been treated, they killed a settler. The settlers then attacked a nearby Indian village, killing a villager before realizing that they were a friendly tribe. With ...

OBX

A travel blog entry by rachelk34 on Jun 26, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... for a short hike through the Currituck Sound Reserve to take a look at some marshland along the banks of the sound. Did you know there were wild ponies in the Outer Banks? Neither did we, but per the sign on the gate at the reserve to "Leave shut for Wild Ponies" I guess they live down on this island as well. Maybe they are renegades from Chincoteague running away from the firemen so they don't have to do their yearly swim? From the top of the island we made ...

Irene gets the last laugh

A travel blog entry by andante_abroad on Sep 12, 2011

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... are now hatched in hoards and hugely hungry. Folk are running from the beach, crowded into netted gazebos or like us, spending the evening behind screened windows. A neighbour dashed outside to do something and nearly lost both arms and legs! But we’re parked and thankful. Over 400 k’s on the clock today.

We learn later that it will take 1100 piles to get the bridge back, the only access from the north, to date they’ve done ...

Mission: Feline Rescue

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 21, 2010

... in the rental house but dogs are fine. My personal feeling is that a dog does more damage than a cat but not the rental company feeling. Since they had lied to me about allowing cats, I truly didn’t feel bad about having them in the house for a couple of days. In retrospect, I think we could have had them in the house the ...