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Not sure about spring and fall at the beach?
Some weeks are beach-ready sunny, while other days invite you to head out with a sweater to explore the area.
Here are a few ideas...
Get up close with sea life at the Roanoke Aquarium.
Divers can explore shipwrecks littering the coastline--known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic.
History buffs--and their not-so-buff companions--can visit the historic Currituck Club, multiple lighthouses, the Wright Brothers Memorial, World War II U-boat attack sites, the Lost Colony, and the Elizabethian Gardens.
Hike, hang glide, or fly a kite or at Jockey's Ridge State Park.
Kayak or hike through protected coastline at Pea Island Natural Wildlife Refuge.
Visit Pea Island nature centers in protected along with kayaking, nature centers, and Banker Pony excursions make for a great unplugged holiday.
Take Route 1 north to Corolla and Carova where you may spot banker ponies on 4-wheel drive wild horse tour.
Want more? The Outer Banks has fun for kids of all ages: laser tag, movie theater, bowling, putt-putt, ropes course, go-karting.