For bird lovers, the Outer Banks is hard to beat. This delicate chain of barrier islands is not only home to dozens of different native shorebirds, but also thousands of migrating birds who make a rest stop on the Outer Banks every year. Add to this the fact that the islands have hundreds of miles of deserted beaches, maritime forest, and marshlands for species to quietly flourish, and it's clear that the Outer Banks is literally for the birds.
Rustic waterfront pub at a fishing pier with a large deck for seafood eats, draft beer & live music. Fish Heads Bar and Grill is THE tiki bar of the Outer Banks. Located at Mile Post 18.5 in Nags Head, we offer a view that is second to none! Check us out!
Outer Banks Fishing Pier is well known for it's great fishing and family atmosphere. Located in South Nags Head, it is the fishing pier nearest to Oregon Inlet. The pier is lighted and is open 24 hours a day. The historic pier has been serving fishermen for over 50 years!
NO FISHING LICENSE IS REQUIRED to fish on our pier.
In the pier house you will find a fully stocked tackle shop with all your fishing needs, an oceanfront grill open for breakfast and lunch, video games for the kids as well as rental rods and reels. Daily, weekly and weekend passes are available. And, we DO offer Senior Citizens' Discounts.