Hatteras Island is unique in that it has a different fan base for each season. While folks that come to Hatteras Island certainly love it all year round, most folks are pretty dedicated to the time they choose to visit.
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Fun Hatteras Activities
We’ve strategically put together a list of stops that can allow you to pass the time more enjoyably. Choose your route from the pit stop ideas below, and make your trip to Hatteras Island “pit-stop perfect”!
As the wind starts to weave through the intricacies of Hatteras Island, as it often does, adrenaline begins to course through the veins of every watersports junkie to have ever walked these coastal shores.
Are you a night owl visiting Hatteras Island in 2019? Well, you won't find a disco and you won't find many places open past 9:00pm on this quiet little island get-away, so we've taken the time to map out a night life guide for those who just "got to boogie".
Hatteras is the most southern village on Hatteras Island. Home to the charter boat fishing community, Slash Creek and more, this close-knit village has a lot to offer in the way of things to do.
Frisco is a largely residential village, blossoming with nature and wildlife, and lined with miles of open beaches. With plenty to do, Frisco keeps people returning to Hatteras Island year after year!
While Avon is quietly nestled between significant stretches of untouched seashore, it is also a well-known hot spot, jamming with Hatteras Island hustle and bustle.
Once known as “Clark”, Salvo is the third most northern village on Hatteras Island, and the most southern of the locally coined “Tri-Villages”. Quiet and peaceful, this tiny town is chock-full of history and perfect for a nice day on the water.
Waves is the middle of the locally coined “Tri-Villages” on Hatteras Island. A quaint fishing village, the area has amassed a large kiteboarding following. We recommend touring the village of Waves on an optimal weather day as the plethora of outdoor explorations is endless!