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Vacation Rentals in Nags Head, NC

Our vacation rentals in Nags Head can place you and your loved ones near the most famous attractions of the Outer Banks. Book unique vacation rentals in Nags Head, NC complete with pools and amenities to keep you rejuvenated during your vacation. Whether you are looking for rentals that are pet friendly or have a pool, we know that you will find all of that and more when you book with Coast Realty.

Browse through our 3-to-5-bedroom vacation homes which can house up to as many as 10 people. Reserve your Nags Head Vacation Rental today while spots are still open.

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About Nags Head

Nags Head has been a popular tourist destination in the Outer Banks since the mid-1800’s. Stretching from milepost 10 to 22, Nags head offers tourists many shopping, eating and attraction opportunities, as well as plenty of opportunities to hit the beach. Want to feel completely out of the city? Head to the Pea Island Wildlife Refuge for some fresh air, yet still close enough to town.

Head to the crown jewel of Nags Head, Jockey’s Ridge. This ridge is famously known for being home to the largest living sand dune on the entire East Coast.

Contact Coast Realty today to find a local team to help you find the best Nags Head rental to make your next beach vacation complete.

Nags Head Rentals FAQs

Where is Nags Head?

Nags Head is located on the Outer Banks in North Carolina. It is located across from Roanoke Island.

What county is Nags Head NC in?

Nags Head is located in Dare County in North Carolina.

How did Nags Head get its name?

Nags Head received its name according to a famous legend from pirates. The legend claims that pirates used to tie lanterns around the necks of ponies, also known as “nags” and walked them along the dunes to simulate bobbing lights of a boat anchored nearby. Captains of ships out at sea would see this ruse and then come to shore, thinking they too could anchor for the night, only to get their ships stuck on the sandbar, resulting in pirates attacking and plundering the stuck ships for all their valuables.

When is high tide in Nags Head?

High tide changes regularly. It is best to stay current on tide changes by watching the local surf zone forecast.

How far is Corolla from Nags Head?

Corolla is approximately 32 miles away from Nags Head.

How far is Kitty Hawk from Nags Head?

Kitty Hawk is approximately 9 miles away from Nags Head.

What is the closest airport to Nags Head?

The closest airport to Nags Head is Norfolk Airport which is 73 miles way.