Cape Pines Motel on Hatteras Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina

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Beaches! Beaches!! Beaches!!!  Perhaps the number one reason visitors flock to the Outer Banks.  Shown below are beaches in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore (left) and Coquina Beach in South Nags Head (right).  With more than 100 miles of undeveloped beach in the National Seashore to choose from, you're sure to find your favorite.  Choose from a secluded stretch where you'll see less than a dozen people all day, or a more popular beach with a full range of services, including restaurants, changing houses, and lifeguard stations.
Wright Brothers Memorial: Site of the world's first controlled powered flight by the Wright brothers on December 17, 1903. The Kill Devil Hills center features full-scale reproductions of the Powered Flyer.
Monument To A Century Of Flight: Dedicated during the First Flight Centennial in 2003, the Kitty Hawk monument depicts the human odyssey of flight in a single century.  Free admission.
Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station: Most complete U.S. Lifesaving Station site in the nation, with original station built in 1874 and a second station constructed in 1911. Located on Hwy. 12 (MP 39.5) in Rodanthe.
Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum: Deicated to preserving and interpreting the rich maritime history of the Outer Banks and the more than 4,000 shipwrecks off the Outer Banks. Hatteras Village.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Bodie Island Lighthouse Ocracoke Lighthouse Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse Currituck Lighthouse
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: Tallest brick beacon in the U.S., one mile north of the motel.
Bodie Island Lighthouse: In the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, not open to climb.
Ocracoke Lighthouse: The oldest operating lighthouse in NC, it is not open to climb.
Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse: Our smallest lighthouse, more akin to a light-keeper's house.
Currituck Beach Lighthouse: 15 miles north of Duck in the Village of Corolla, open to climb..
Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center: The museum contains a nationally recognized collection of Native American artifacts, exhibits and natural history displays.
Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge: A 6,000-acre refuge, located between Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe, is a haven for more than 360 bird species. Observation platforms  and public interpretive programs.
Wanchese Fishing Village: Visit the quaint village of Wanchese (on the south end of Roanoke Island) and watch fresh fish and seafood being packed and shipped around the world.
North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island: Gently stroke a stingray or touch a hermit crab at the touch tanks. Watch as fish and sharks cruise by the 35-foot long viewing window of the 285,000-gallon tank.
The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama on Roanoke Island:  A 400 year-old mystery. An exciting, action-packed drama about America's beginnings and the longest-running outdoor drama in the nation.
The Elizabethan Gardens: Flower bordered walkways, antique garden statuary and majestic trees greet visitors at this 16th century pleasure garden created as a living memorial to the lost colonists.
Elizabeth II: Climb aboard this 16th century representative sailing vessel. Meet soldiers in the Settlement Site and explore more than 400 years of history in the Roanoke Adventure Museum.
Roanoke Island Festival Park Performing Arts Series: Students, professional alumni and faculty from the NC School of the Performing Arts provide a fee summer schedule of entertainment at the Outdoor Pavilion.
Jockeys Ridge State Park: This 426-acre park has the largest natural living sand dune on the East Coast. Trails, nature programs, hang gliding, kite flying, and hiking available year-round.
Whalehead Club: Mr. & Mrs. E.C. Knight built this private club along the Atlantic flyway to enjoy their passion for hunting. The restored museum is the finest example of art nouveau architecture in NC.
P.O. Box 100, 47497 Highway 12, Buxton, North Carolina 27920
Phone Number: (252) 995-5666 Toll free (866) 456-9983