Different Strokes for Different Folks

June 6, 2020 | Jet Ski Rental

At Kitty Hawk Watersports, our business is so many things to so many people. It can be an emotional outlet, an adventure, a time to stretch boundaries, entertainment, or it can simply be play. Some people come out just to get away from the daily ho-hum, while some want to give their kids a new experience. Others come out for the excitement, and many customers just want to relax.  

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5 Great Kayaking Activity Ideas in North Carolina’s Outer Banks

December 4, 2017 | Kayak Rental

Many people who come to Kitty Hawk Watersports on the Outer Banks of North Carolina are first-time visitors who are looking for activities to try on the Outer Banks.  If, like most people, you are vacationing here for the week, having a kayak rental at your disposal is a great way to get outside and enjoy the water.

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Explore the Outer Banks at Your Own Pace

October 17, 2016 | Jet Ski Rental

At Kitty Hawk Watersports, we’ve noticed that everyone has their own vacation speed. Some people like everything to just shut down while on vacation. They’re in the Outer Banks to slow things down and breathe deeply. However, others are in North Carolina to check out all the action. They want their vacation calendars filled with activities. The good news is that at Kitty Hawk Watersports, we have a rental to meet your speed.

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3 Reasons to Try Kayaking

April 30, 2016 | Kayak Rental

The Outer Banks are host to a number of watersport activities and beach fun. From paddleboarding and sailing to jet skiing, you can spend your entire day out on the water. A popular rental here at Kitty Hawk Watersports in Nags Head, NC, is a kayak—and here’s why.

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3 Things To Do in the Outer Banks

February 29, 2016 | Jet Ski Rental

Are you headed to the Outer Banks for your next getaway? We’re psyched that you’re headed in our direction and want to give you a few suggestions on how to spend your leisure time. At Kitty Hawk Watersports, we love lounging on the beach as much as the next person. However, we believe that time in the Outer Banks is best spent out on the water. Here are just a few ways you can do just that.

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