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Beach Driving

Posted on: November 30, 2021

Beach Driving October 1 - April 30 - Beach Driving Closure 1/16 and 1/17/2022

Beach Driving

Beach Driving Update, Friday, January 14, 2022
Due to anticipated impacts from a large winter storm, the beach in Nags Head will be closed to driving on Sunday and Monday, January 16 and 17.  We'll re-assess conditions on Monday to determine when the beach can be re-opened to driving. 

Four-wheel drive, state inspected vehicles with a Town permit ($25) are allowed on the beach in both Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills from October 1 through April 30 each year. Modified utility vehicles ("MUTV") as described in N.C.G.S. 20-4.01(27) shall not be considered an "eligible" vehicle regardless of whether the MUTV is registered or licensed in any state.

More Information on Beach Driving

Latest Beach Driving Map (Effective 10/5/21)

Please don't drive or walk on our protective dunes and obey the speed limit on the beach, which is 15 miles per hour.

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