Of all the fun activities while you’re on vacation, Outer Banks beach driving is at the top! When you leave the pavement behind, you see sights that others who are restricted mainly to the Bypass and the Beach Road just can’t see: wild horses, wild boar, nutria, deer and other creatures, ecosystems that are not seen in the more developed areas, wide open expanses where you see few other people even in the midst of summer, flora that used to prevalent throughout this area but that is now found only in a few places. Locals know that off-roading is one of the best Outer Banks things to do . . . and now you can experience it too. Outer Banks beach driving through Outer Banks Jeeps is affordable and convenient. Since you may rent for a day or two or for the entire week, your options can fit your time and your pocketbook. And the Jeeps we have are either 2-seaters or 4-seaters (that can fit five people), so you can get the vehicle that’s right for you.
Outer Banks Beach Driving Tips
Remember that Outer Banks beach driving follows all the rules of regular road driving. Be safe and be respectful of these delicate areas you will have access to. We love our beaches, dunes and critters and we know you do too, so watch out for them. Follow where other 4WD vehicles are driving – never, ever up and over the dunes. And, even though seeing the wild horses of Corolla is one of the #1 Outer Banks Things to Do, it’s the law that you stay at least 50 feet away from them.