Cape Pines Motel on Hatteras Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina

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Hang Gliding: Jockey's Ridge State Park is the spot for learning to fly. Hang Glide over sand dunes or tandem to 2000 ft. Lessons from qualified instructors available.
Parasailing:   Whether you are by yourself or with a friend, you can experience the thrill of floating above the Sound.. The views are fantastic from these heights - up to 1400 feet.
Surf and Pier Fishing:  Cast away from more than 100 miles of beach and piers located from Kitty Hawk to Hatteras. Season begins in March and peaks in May and November.
Offshore, Inshore, or Head Boat Fishing:   Catch and release a Billfish, reel in a big tuna for dinner, or fill your creel wit any number of inshore good-eatin' species.
Bicycling:   Ride on more than 100 miles of paved paths and wide shoulders from Corolla to Cape Hatteras.  The Outer Banks is flat, with the only "hills" being a few bridges.
Hiking:  Take the path less traveled and explore beaches and maritime forests on foot. Discover hidden treasures in Buxton Woods or Nags Head Woods Preserve.
Horseback Riding:  Scenic trail rides through Buxton Woods and peaceful beach rides make horseback riding along The Outer Banks unforgettable.
Kayaking and Canoeing:  Easy to learn, kayaking and canoeing offer a unique way to tour the area's many unchartered waterways and salt marshes.
Kiteboarding:  Using only the power of Mother Nature, launch 30-foot jumps or just ride some waves to the sunset. Kite Point, the best spot for kiteboarding, is located near the motel.
Surfing:  The Outer Banks is a premier surfing destination. The summers are great for beginners, but it's the early fall that embraces the pinnacle of the Atlantic hurricane season.
Sailing:  The Outer Banks Community Sailing Program, located at the boat shop on the Manteo Waterfront, teaches basic, intermediate and advanced sailing skills.
Windsurfing:  The Outer Banks is the "Wind Surfing Capital of the East Coast" and Canadian Hole, world famous for windsurfing, is 2.5 miles north of the motel on Route 12.
Tennis:  Whether you're game for a singles or a doubles match, Outer Banks tennis courts await you. You will find a number of free public courts on The Outer Banks.
Diving:  More than 1,500 wrecks line our seafloor, which is why the Outer Banks is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic." Charters, lessons & equip. rental available.
Golfing:  Play some of the finest year-round golf courses in North Carolina on the Outer Banks.  Hatteras Island's only golf course (9 holes) is located near the motel.
Birdwatching:  The Outer Banks is a haven for nearly 400 species of birds, best seen int he fall and winter. An exceptional birding area is the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.
P.O. Box 100, 47497 Highway 12, Buxton, North Carolina 27920
Phone Number: (252) 995-5666 Toll free (866) 456-9983