While several of the Outer Banks' most popular sports seemingly flew onto the scene in the past decade or two, like kiteboarding or stand up paddle boarding (SUP), windsurfing has been drawing water sports lovers to the North Carolina coast for nearly fifty years. In essence, windsurfing can pride itself as being the Outer Bank's oldest, and one of its most beloved sound-based sports, and everyone from seasoned riders to windsurfing newcomers can catch an exceptional ride.
A friendly staff and small town atmosphere makes this well-equipped grocery store a pleasure to shop at, and many visitors come regularly on their annual vacation. Situated on the oceanfront next to Jennette’s Pier, this local family-owned market has been in business for more than 50 years. This is a great place to pick up fresh-made sandwiches, snacks and salads for a picnic lunch at the beach, or on your way to go fishing all day at Oregon Inlet. Cold drinks, beer and good selection of wine and quality meat are also available here, as well as gourmet cheeses and fixings. There’s even fresh local produce for sale. You can also purchase bait and tackle, and pick up a nice beach souvenir at the gift shop.