Does a day at the beach sound like a slice of paradise? If so, why not stop by the beaches at Hatteras Island, also known as the Outer Banks? You and your pooch will have a doggone blast! While doggos are not allowed to swim, you will find that all of the beaches found on Hatteras Island warmly welcome your pooch to join you on the sand for your day of seaside fun. To keep the local pawlice at bay, be sure to keep Fido leashed at all times. Your leash can be a maximum of six feet in length or less.
Hatteras Island is part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore which offers over 70 miles of pawsitively stunning coastline for you and your pupperoni to explore. Each of the Hatteras Island's seven villages is home to beaches that are doggo-furiendly. These beaches offer many nature trails for you and your fave pooch to meander along together. If you fancy yourself a bird or wildlife enthusiast, you will find many here, so bring your camera to capture a few snapshots of these unique creatures in their natural habitat. Be sure to pack a beach bag which includes the things you will need, such as snacks, water, sunscreen, and cleanup bags.
You can bring your pupperoni to explore any of the beaches found in the following towns on Hatteras Island: Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, and Hatteras Village. These seaside retreats are often quite private, affording you the opportunity to enjoy a quiet day by the water with Fido and the whole fam. "The Point" is one of the most famous beaches on the island and takes its name from its location at the center point of the region. Among the most pawpular beaches on Hatteras Island are the Canadian Hole which is located in Avon, the Old Lighthouse Site in Buxton, and the Bathhouse which lies to the south of Frisco.
Hatteras Island beaches are open year round, so you and your doggo can enjoy frolicking in the sand all year long! Just be sure to note that this beach zone is closed on weekends.
If you fancy digging your tootsies into the sand with your best canine pal along for company, stop by Hatteras Island today. You'll have a barking great time!