The first of the seven villages you come upon when traveling south on HWY 12 is Rodanthe. Home to the Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station, the first such station established on the North Carolina coast.Rodanthe NC Rodanthe is a delightful town full of great history and beautiful beaches.

A popular surf spot for locals, Rodanthe also offers tons of locally owned shops, restaurants and the Rodanthe Pier.

Featured Properties In Rodanthe

Jamaican Me Happy (7034)

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Head on down to Hatteras Island for a vacation you're sure to remember at Jamaican Me Happy! This 6BR, 6BA, 2 HB OBX vacation home in Rodanthe, NC. ill have you smiling from ear to ear as soon as you arrive!

Chez Scov II (7043)

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This quaint coastal home sits on the beautiful, wide-spread beaches of Rodanthe and offers the perfect retreat for small families. This two-story home features a comfortable layout that maximizes the ocean views, a hot tub for evening relaxation...

Black Pearl (7012)

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*PLEASE NOTE: 4 Wheel drive vehicles are recommended at this oceanfront location as sand can cover and make the driveway inaccessible during times of heavy winds or inclement weather. IT'S ALL ABOUT LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION...

Light up the Night

July 24, 2019 — July 24, 2019
Join Kitty Hawk Kites at Waves Village Watersports Resort on Tuesday, July 24th for our annual Light up the Night event! Come enjoy free NOCQUA watersports demos, light up games and toys and a movie under the stars on the big screen. (Bring a blanket!) Strap a NOCQUA light onto the bottom of your stand-up paddleboard and make playing on the water at night more...
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Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station

Located in Rodanthe, NC on Hatteras Island, this museum pays homage to the U.S. Life Saving Service, now known as the United States Coast Guard. As the nation’s largest and most complete example of a historical life-saving station, visitors flock here to learn about the lives of the members of the U.S. Life Saving Service, the heroic feats of the service members and...
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Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge

The 6,000-acre refuge is a haven for more than 360 species of birds. From spring to autumn, a large variety of wading, shore and upland birds can be seen. The observation platforms are near parking areas. Pea Island is located between Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe. Refuge Visitor's Center is located five miles south of the inlet
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Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge Center

T Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge Center is a place to learn about animals native to the OBX. Located in Rodanthe, the Pea Island Center is fun and educational for the whole family. Use telescopes so you can see various bird species that call the Outer Banks home. Enjoy trails, stunning views, and education exhibits at this free to the public center.
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