The Outer Banks, aka OBX, has a long-standing and well-earned reputation for not letting anything get the best of it. The long thin ribbon of sand that makes up these barrier islands may change shape over time, but the resilient soul of the place remains. The expansive, natural beaches and wide-open parks of the Outer Banks feel exotic, but you don’t have to take an airplane or cruise to get here, just hop in the car! 


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Here are some reasons why people live in the OBX:

The OBX has more than 100 miles of public beaches, including some that allow 4×4 driving.

Outdoor activities
The OBX has many opportunities for outdoor recreation, including swimming, surfing, fishing, kayaking, golf, biking, and walking.

The OBX has a strong sense of community, and there are many opportunities to get involved, such as volunteering at a wildlife rescue center or participating in a local beach cleanup.

The OBX has many museums, galleries, and monuments dedicated to preserving the area’s history.

The OBX has warm weather, and summers are hot.

The Dare County school system is considered one of the top in the state, with 97% graduation rates at Manteo High School and First Flight High School.

OBX is not just any lifestyle, it’s a healthy lifestyle!

A little drive through the communities on the Outer Banks will settle the fact, people who live here are just healthier. All that fresh air and sunshine living at the beach means a morning walk or jog at sunrise, beach volleyball, bike riding, surf fishing and generally spending more time outdoors. We’re proud to call the Outer Banks home, so like most Bankers, we’re involved within our community, with neighbor helping neighbor, it’s naturally a healthy way to live.

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