Vacation is a fun time to relax and unwind but you always have to be safe while relaxing! When you're having a beach day, there are a few things you should always keep in mind.
Beach Accesses With Lifeguard Stations
|Kitty Hawk||Byrd Street||Kitty Hawk Bath House|
|Kill Devil Hills||Helga Street||Hayman Blvd|
|Avalon Street||5th Street|
|3rd Street||2nd Street|
|1st Street||Asheville Drive|
|Woodmere Ave||Ferris Ave|
|Raleigh Ave||Carlow Ave|
|Sutton Ave||Ocean Bay Blvd|
|Oregon Ave||Martin St|
|Atlantic Street||8th Street|
|Nags Head||Albatross Street||Bonnett Street|
|Hollowell Street||Enterprise Street|
|Epstein Access||Forrest Street|
|Gray Eagle Street||Jennette's Pier|
|Gulfstream Street||Hargrove Street|
|Ida Street||Indigo Street|
|Juncos Street||Limulus Drive|
Sunny days on the Outer Banks beg for long days on the beach or by the pool. Make sure you're taking care of your body with these essentials:
- Always Apply Sunscreen
Always use a sunscreen of at least SPF 15. When applying, pay special attention to the nose, ears, scalp, and shoulders.
- Stay Hydrated
Make sure you're drinking plenty of water while you're out playing in the sun
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- Wear Sun Friendly Clothing
Hats and sunglasses are the best options for sunny days spent by the beach or pool. Try your best to wear a cover up to minimize sun exposure. In the event you do get sunburned, try your best to stay out of the sun and wear large, loose fitting clothing to avoid further skin irritation.
Keep Our Beaches CLEAN!
|Help do your part and please, keep our beaches clean! All public beach accesses feature garbage cans for you to place your trash at the end of your beach day. Also, clean up after your pets. Pick up your pets' waste and throw it away, please don't bury it in the sand. Pet waste contains harmful bacteria that can spread disease.|