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Home > Nags Head - One of the Top 10 Dog Friendly Beaches

Nags Head - One of the Top 10 Dog Friendly Beaches


The Dog Friendly Beaches of Nags Head, North Carolina    

Nags Head, from its earliest beginnings in the 1800's, has predominately consisted of single family cottages and a few small hotels and cottage courts. Visitors to Nags Head can still enjoy the town's several historic cottages, which are primarily located across from the town's most significant landmark, Jockey's Ridge State Park. The tallest natural sand dune system in the eastern United States, the park offers unparalleled views of Nags Head from its heights.
  

     
Right across from Jockey's Ridge, on Highway 12 you'll see unpainted, cedar shake beach cottages that encompass the Historic District, and are classic examples of the original architecture that once dotted the Outer Banks. Many of today's new beach homes borrow from the old Nags Head Style. The town is home to a thriving art community as well, and Gallery Row is another recognized District at the north end of town that harbors treasures of canvas, woodcarvings and so much more.
 
 
  
Great Dane and Golden Retriever at Nags Head BeachDogs playing frisbee at Nags Head Beach
    

Plentiful public beach accesses and accompanied parking can be found along the Nags Head oceanfront. Two public fishing piers, the Nags Head Fishing Pier, and the Outer Banks Fishing Pier in South Nags Head provide sweeping access to the copious species of fish that make their home off our sandy coast. Incorporated in 1961, Nags Head has the longest municipal stretch of oceanfront at 11 miles, and with 6.5 square miles within its borders, the town is physically the largest on the Outer Banks. Often the name Nags Head is used loosely to ascribe the Outer Banks region in the national media. Beach driving is allowed during the off-season, with a proper town-issued permit between October 1 and April 30.
  
Rules for Dogs: Dogs are allowed on the beach year-round as long as they are restrained by a least not exceeding 10 feet.   
 

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