It’s back to school season, which means it’s time for a pop quiz: Can you name all 3 of your OBX National Parks? (Don’t worry if you’re drawing a blank—most people can’t name them all! Your secret’s safe with us.) We are lucky to have three National Parks—Wright Brothers National Memorial, Fort Raleigh National Historic..
National Park Rangers come in all shapes and sizes. Our Meet Your Ranger series introduces you to the many amazing faces that support your OBX national parks every day. Hometown: Whitney Point, New York Position: Public Affairs Specialist for Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Wright Brothers National Memorial (Outer Banks Group). Where..
Earlier this month the Great American Outdoors Act was passed into law. While many of the details of how, when and where funds from the Act will be used has yet to be determined, we’ve put together a brief overview for you of the purpose of this Act in assisting national parks around the country…
Over the next few weeks we are excited to share a deeper dive into our recently announced projects! These projects are only possible with your support. Check out the full list of projects and how you can make them happen here. Today’s post was written by Maeve Coughlin, Community Volunteer Ambassador for your OBX national..
National Park Rangers come in all shapes and sizes. Our Meet Your Ranger series introduces you to the many amazing faces that support your OBX national parks every day. Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee Education: M.B.A. Emory University; M.S. in International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology; B.A. in German, Samford University Position in Your Parks: Management Analyst Where she can..
Greg Honeycutt, owner of Ocean Atlantic Rentals, shares his story of why he chose to support his OBX national parks through a Forever Founder business sponsorship. To find out how your business can support the parks and get in front of park visitors in 2020, contact Jess Green today. I first began visiting Ocracoke Island in the..
Kill Devils Hills, NC – Outer Banks Forever, the local nonprofit partner of the three national parks of the Outer Banks – Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, and Wright Brothers National Memorial – is pleased to announce its new slate of projects and programs to protect and enhance these special..
The following news release was shared by the National Park Service. Click here to view all news releases from Cape Hatteras National Seashore. News Release Date: July 15, 2020 Contact: Mike Barber, 252-475-9032 Cape Hatteras National Seashore (Seashore) experienced the 2nd-highest level of June recreational visitation* since the establishment of the Seashore in 1953. Last month’s total..
July is Sporting in Parks Month at your OBX National Parks! To celebrate, we’d like to introduce you to Trip Forman, Outer Banks Forever Advisory Board member and owner of REAL Watersports, as he shares his passion for getting more people involved in water sports in our parks. Trip Forman has gills. At least..
This month’s National Park Service theme celebrates all of the ways we enjoy sporting in our parks. We invited our friend and partner Al Adam, Vice President of the North Carolina Beach Buggy Association to share how their members #RecreateResponsibly and enjoy a variety of sporting activities at Cape Hatteras National Seashore! A Note from..