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The Best Reasons to Visit the Outer Banks in June

04/30/2021 | by Joseph Mitchell | Outer Banks Travel Tips

Summer beach getaways are fun for the entire family, especially on the North Carolina coast. The excellent weather and beautiful scenery combine to create one of the most relaxed atmospheres on the East Coast. Keep reading to discover how to spend your trip to the Outer Banks in June. 

For more ways to make the most of your summer vacation to the Outer Banks, be sure to download our complimentary Vacation Guide. It’s full of the best things to do and places to see in our area! 

Outer Banks Weather in June 

Summer kicks off in the Outer Banks in June. Daily temperatures stay in the low to mid80s during the day, making it a fantastic month to relax on the beach and work on your summer tan. Being that it’s the coast, rain comes and goes somewhat frequently. Sunsets are simply incredible this time of the year, especially since evening temperatures sit around 70 degrees. While summer crowds start to pick up at the beginning of June, it’s definitely one of the best times to visit solely based on the weather. Plus, events and happenings start to kick up. 

What Are the Best Things to Do in the OBX in June? 

Make the Most of the Fantastic Summer Weather 

Make the most of your Outer Banks summer adventure by exploring the beautiful outdoors. Whether you love watersports, hiking, biking, or swimming, there’s something here for everyone. The Alligator River National Wildlife RefugeNags Head Woods Preserve Trail, and Jockey’s Ridge State Park are just a few of the unique wilderness areas unique to the coast.  

Kick Back and Relax on the Beach 

There’s nothing better than relaxing on the beaches of the North Carolina coast, especially when the warm summer weather comes into play. Head to Nags Head Beach and Kill Devil Hills Beach during your trip to the Outer Banks in June for plenty of family fun.   

Experience Outer Banks History  

The North Carolina coast is full of rich heritage revolving around centuries of maritime history. Roanoke Island is home to a handful of these attractions, including Fort Raleigh National Historic SiteRoanoke Island Festival Park, and “The Lost Colony” play. You can also head over to the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills to see the location of the first flight. These are all fantastic places to check out during your visit to the Outer Banks in June 

Gulfstream building at Pirate's Cove ResortPlan Your Early Summer Getaway With Pirate’s Cove Realty

Pirate’s Cove Realty is the ultimate home away from home for your next summer getaway to the Outer Banks. We offer condos and homes at a variety of locations around Roanoke Island, including our private gated community and Shallowbag Bay Resort. We even have properties in downtown Manteo that are steps away from the lighthouse!   

Start planning your Outer Banks getaway by booking one of our accommodations. We look forward to welcoming you to our coastal oasis.