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  • Beautiful Beaches, Delicious cocktails, Fun Shopping
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Schooner Ridge, Duck (nc)
Vacation Rental • 700 ft² • 1 Bedroom
4.9
(45 reviews)
WaveHi! is a beautiful, newly renovated luxury condo located just steps to the beach! Our condo is on the 3rd floor with fantastic expansive views of the Atlantic ocean beach and dunes. Our ocean front deck is the perfect spot to watch the sunrise over the Atlantic's surf, wave hi to the dolphins at play and pelicans flying by or to idle the day away. Bring your binoculars or use ours for close ups of the dolphins, pelicans, loons, sandpipers, seagulls etc. We have completely renovated the unit making it one of the very few brand new interiors in the complex.WaveHi! offers a master bedroom ...
from $119 / night
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Schooner Ridge, Duck (nc)
Vacation Rental • 700 ft² • 1 Bedroom
4.7
(20 reviews)
'At Last' at Colony by the Sea is located in the sought after Village of Duck. This condo is perfect for small families or a romantic getaway. Located on the first floor in building A, you have the largest deck in the community and a front row seat for ocean views and beautiful sunrises. Only 150 steps gets your toes in the sand!We welcome 2+ night stays off season, but ask that you make sure that the condo is ready for the next person to visit.Our condo features a master bedroom with comfortable king size bed, two full baths, queen size sleep sofa with memory foam matress, single berth bed...
from $133 / night
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Carolina Dunes, Duck (nc)
Vacation Rental • 1991 ft² • 4 Bedrooms
5.0
(20 reviews)
*** DUCK/DARE COUNTY OPENS FOR VISITORS MAY 16. WEEK OF MAY 30-JUNE 6 NOW AVAILABLE ***Features: The upper level with its connected great room and dining room, cathedral ceilings and abundance of glass feels much like a luxurious penthouse overlooking the area and both bodies of water – the Atlantic Ocean and Currituck Sound. A small rotation of the home on the large lot during construction directs the view toward the waters and horizons, while blocking out neighboring homes. The feeling is true “Wow! This is different. We’re on Vacation”. Professionally decorated to set you free, no claust...
from $383 / night

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Vacation rental prices Duck (NC)

$451for 3 Dec - 10 Dec
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Vacation rentals in Duck (NC)

Scenic Oceanside rental locations

Duck town is one the famous destination to get the ultimate holiday experience. The quiet and charming town is situated on the northern side of Outer Banks in Dare County and borders other towns such as Kitty Hawk, Southern Shores, and Corolla. The town is widely known for its beautiful beaches. The town beaches are ranked on the "Top 15 Family-Friendly Beaches in America," stretching along the Atlantic Ocean. Most rentals are situated along the coastline, which has quiet and private access to fantastic ocean fronts.

Picturesque Ocean view

The Duck rentals help you to connect easily with nature. Wake up to a picturesque view of the Atlantic Ocean, Green forests, and marshes. Besides, clear your mind with the peaceful Duck Boardwalk winds. The wonderful experience doesn't end there. If you love shopping, then you are at the right place. The vacation homes are near bookstores, boutiques, and art galleries to give you a memorable shopping experience. Also, you don't have to enjoy the vacation alone—bond with your family and friends through fun activities such as golfing and kayaking.

Vacation rentals in Duck (NC)

The area and getting around

Duck the bubbling town

There are epic spots to visit while staying in Duck. Before entering the town, you must first stop at Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills. The first flight was made here by Wilbur and Orville. On the west side is the Currituck Sound that attracts many visitors that like swimming in shallow waters. The wooden walkaway is built above swampy beaches and has access to lovely restaurants and eateries. A five-minute drive in the Southeast takes you to the natural landscapes of Sothern Shores that are ideal for biking trails.

Home to all fun activities

There are abundant activities to explore in Duck town. Enjoy surfing from the naturalistic and breathtaking sandy beaches. Alternatively, you can decide to take a less busy day and visit the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. From the top of this gorgeous monument, you can enjoy the pleasant view of Duck town. Besides, have you ever experienced a wild horse ride? Then, you are in for a treat. A rare breed called the wild Colonial Spanish horse will give you a perfect, wild horse ride along the Island treasures. Other delightful activities to engage especially when with friends, include fish swimming, and golfing.

Travelers and activities

Duck for Kayak lovers

A trip to Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest presents an opportunity to explore the Hawk-Woods Coastal Preserve. Experience the best kayaking under the green canopy of Red Maples and Live Oaks. The trip is even fun while in the company of family or friends. Why so? You get to discuss flora and fauna in the dense forest. Once in a while, your friend will help you spot pretty birds flying or perching over and, in turn, take pictures of them. The fantastic tour on the calm waters takes about two hours before returning to the Kitty Hawk docks.

Duck for wine tasting lovers

The locally-made wine is made from grapes that are grown in the vast Sanctuary Vineyards. The land has been held for seven generations by the White family. It produces some of the best wines, such as Syrah, Viognier, and Norton. Hence, be assured of getting a taste of delicious wine on your visit. The vineyards are easily accessible; it is perfect for couples. Also, consider taking a long Sanctuary Vineyard Voyage, enjoying a boat ride, an overland Safari, and a vineyard tour.

you may be wondering why this town is called Duck. Well, I think you already know the answer. Too many Ducks!

Top 5 travel tips for Duck (NC)

1. Stand Up paddle boarding

Have you ever tried Stand Up Boarding? As it is commonly called, SUP is a new exciting sport that involves paddle boarding using an oversized surfboard. You can do the best surfing like never before on the challenging waves of the ocean.

2. Crabbing and docking at the Dock

Visit the waterfronts shops and buy some fishing gear such as classy hats, shorts, and shirts. Then hit the beach and ask around for the best spots for fishing and crabbing. It will be a day well spent.

3. Cocktail and sun-basking

There are fantastic restaurants that are perfect for cocktails. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the Sound side restaurants as you enjoy the lovely sight of the sun setting. Also, live music and games will make your cocktail even sweeter.

4. Parasailing

The Duck town offers you the best parasailing experience. The parasail ride will help you catch a glimpse of the variety of beautiful birds while in the air. Relish this extraordinary moment with your spouse or kids and have an unrivaled experience.

5. Gliding and Kite riding

If you are not really into sunbathing or paddling, then you have not run out of fun. Kite riding and gliding over the stunning Atlantic coast dunes will keep your holiday rolling. Another fun option includes sunbathing on the dunes.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Duck (NC)

How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Duck?

Last year, rentals in Duck had an annual average cost of around $541 per night.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Duck?

]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Duck are March ($445 the average per night for accommodation), April ($455), and September ($468).

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Duck?

Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Duck was July, with an average price of $658 per night. This was followed by January, with an average of $625, and then June, with $608.

Is it necessary to plan a trip to Duck well in advance?

We recommend you to book in advance in Duck as only 6% of the properties remain available throughout the year, following the data observed in the previous year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

January, February and December are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 17%, 16%, and 13%. However, even during these periods of time, when the availability is the highest, the average is only 16%. So we highly recommend you always book a little in advance to make sure you get the rental of your dreams.

How many rentals are there in Duck?

In Duck we work with 3 different providers to give you a choice of 210 properties, so you will not be short of options!

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