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Vacation Rentals in Harkers Island, North Carolina

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Harkers Island, North Carolina Vacation Rentals and Tourism

Harkers Island vacation rentals do well because in addition to boating and fishing, one of the area’s main industries is tourism! After the hurricanes of the late 1800’s devastated the Outer Banks, a horde of new residents and tourists turned to Harkers Island. Eventually, Harkers Island lodging became popular not because the Outer Banks was in turmoil, but because people discovered the island was a great vacation spot in its own right.

However, Harkers Island beach house rentals are a far cry from those in the Outer Banks and other parts of North Carolina… that is their appeal! Harkers Island, NC rental homes are wonderfully remote, meaning you won't be forced to deal with noisy crowds and high-energy attractions. Instead, just relax by the beach! Don’t forget to visit the wildly unique Core Sound Waterfoul Museum however, in which you can witness migratory birds.

If you’re looking for a change in pace, beachfront rentals in Harkers Island, North Carolina will meet your needs. Staying in a Harkers Island rental is an eye-opening experience for anyone who’s used to hotels. Once you’ve experienced the joys and comforts of feeling at home while on vacation, via Harkers Island, NC cottages and the like, hotel rooms will lose all zest.

So start your search for Harkers Island, NC vacation rentals today. It may be the best decision you’ve made in a long time. Whether it’s North Carolina or vacation homes (or both) that you’re unfamiliar with, Harkers Island vacation rentals will comfortably introduce you to both worlds and you’ll want to come back to North Carolina’s lovely coast again and again; chances are, you won’t think twice about staying in a home over a hotel.

Sites and tours to see

Core Sound Waterfoul Museum

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Harkers Island things to do

 

Cru Wine Bar and Store

Writing this review strictly from a "coffee snob's" perspective (we didn't go there for wine). Great location, cool ambiance, and good coffee. They messed...read more

 

North Carolina Maritime Museum

First of all, it is free, so you can't beat that! My son particularly enjoyed all of the weaponry and artifacts on display. The best to me was the huge...read more

 

Fort Macon State Park

As a history lover, this fort is one of my favorite places to visit in Eastern NC. What's more, it's FREE! When we first visited in 2010, I really enjoyed...read more

 

Island Ferry Adventures

We used Island Ferry Adventures to get us to Shackleford Island and we were NOT disappointed! Like Chad E. mentioned, you can really be taking a risk when...read more

 

Chasin Tails Outdoors

A tackle store can be such an interesting store. However, one can get overwhelmed with the wide variety of lures, baits, rods, weights, hooks and...read more

 

Lookout Cruises

I took the six hour afternoon cruise to cape lookout. Steve and Dewey were on the ship with us today. Dewey was completely helpful and charming. He was...read more

 

Emerald Isle Woods Park

Richie K. and I stopped here for a quick hike and some photo ops on the way to The Point one sunny Sunday when I was desperate for some sand. The park is...read more

 

Cape Lookout National Seashore

Let the tour of Outer Banks' Lighthouses begin!!! We decided to take a trip to Cape Lookout on our last day of our trip to Atlantic Beach. I had read a...read more

 

Outer Banks Ferry Service

This ferry service runs boats from the Beaufort docks to various Crystal Coast islands. I took the boat to Shackleford Banks on two different vacations....read more

 

Emerald Isle Boating Access Area

There are 4 access points with 3 of them are floating docks. 125 parking spots with trailers. Bathroom and picnic tables on-site. The best part is that it...read more

 

Beaufort Inlet Watersports

We went parasailing here a few years ago while vacationing in Emerald Isle, and it remains one of my best vacation memories. I had never been parasailing...read more

 

Atlantic Beach Boardwalk

Atlantic Beach, NC has a small boardwalk area at the beach. It includes a seawall, bath houses, benches and picnic tables. On the beach are several...read more

 

Fairfield Harbor Food & Spirits

Only been open about two weeks. Lots of earnestly nice people, led--apparently--by a couple of guys overreaching. The menu is extensive to the point of...read more

 

Lookout Adventures

Captain Kirk and his mate Rosie were awesome ! Great size boat for the 4 of us and the crew. Didn't expect to catch so many fishes and sharks ! Caught 4...read more

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