Travel Status Updates

With so much confusion about travel during this pandemic we thought it would be helpful for you to know what is happening here in our state and community regarding Covid-19.  We have gathered information that we hope will help to answer your questions about travelling to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. 
For road closures or weather related travel concerns the local authorities of Dare County will monitor the forecasts and release information via their website and social outlets. You can find information links and helpful information on our 
Emergency Weather Information Page

What changes can you expect due to COVID-19 ?  

We have made adjustments to services concerning Guest Health and Safety .


You can also find answers to commonly asked questions about vacationing here on the OBX :


  The State of North Carolina has an executive order that requires the wearing of a face covering both indoors and outdoor public spaces where social distancing cannot be maintained.  Current restrictions in place also include a stay-at-home order from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am until at least January 8, 2021. 


Save Lives - Wear a Mask, Wash your Hands, Wait Six Feet apart.

                                                                 



We know you have a lot of questions and concerns. Please note that social distancing and other protocols related to the Corona Virus are are put in place in place to protect the well-being of all. 
FOR THE MOST ACCURATE AND UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON COVID-19, RELY ON THESE TRUSTED SOURCES: 

The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau has prepared a list of restaurants that offer takeout and/or delivery.

   RESTAURANTS WITH TAKEOUT - DELIVERY