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Currituck Outer Banks

With our wide, sandy beaches and refreshing waters, it is easy to see why the Currituck Outer Banks is a popular vacation destination among travelers from the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast, and from all over the country. But there is more to enjoy on the Currituck Outer Banks than just laid-back days spent along the North Carolina coastline. Currituck County is a region rich in history and serenity - an ideal vacation spot for golfers, families, and honeymooners. Sample the fruit of our vineyards and watch for wild mustangs frolicking in the surf. The Currituck Outer Banks is more than you imagined - come see why!

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Offering visitors a surprisingly diverse environment, the Currituck Outer Banks, located in the northeastern corner of North Carolina, seems to have something for everyone.

In the summer, families flock to its beaches, attracted by a perfect combination of sand, sun and water. But every season brings something special to the Currituck Outer Banks--the temperatures stay temperate through October and the water temperatures are ideal for a dip in the ocean. Although water temperatures are colder, spring is mild, the air is fresh and clean and the beauty of nature is coming to life. Even winter has its own charm, when the forces of nature seem a perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway.

Currituck County has much more than one of the finest beaches in the world to offer. Before the first summer visitor come to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, its was known as a sportsman’s paradise--a hunting and fishing destination that attracted worldwide attention.

Surrounded by Currituck County, Currituck Sound is a an important part of the Atlantic Flyway. Every autumn hundreds of thousands of waterfowl land in its waters to feed after their long flight from the north. The Sound is a birder’s paradise and Mackey Island National Wildlife Refuge in the northern corner of the county is a must see site for birders and the curious.

With its flat, shallow waters, Currituck Sound is an ideal setting for novice kayakers to learn how to paddle. More Currituck Sound Outer Banks, NCexperienced paddlers will want to explore the many marshes and islands of the sound. Numerous paths and easy hiking trails border the shoreline inviting the whole family to explore the maritime forest that is unique to the Outer Banks.

There is much more to the Currituck Sound than its natural side. One of the first lands inhabited by European settlers, it has a long and fascinating history. Those first settlers were, for the most part, farmers, and that tradition continues today, with produce stands selling just-picked fruits and vegetables.

Currituck County seems to have something for everyone. On the mainland, a slower pace of life that is so much a part of its farming heritage and the Currituck Outer Banks, a sophisticated tourist community that has kept its southern charm.


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Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, N.C., is more than a blossoming Southern metropolis. Savvy locals drive innovation and creativity from modern museums, galleries and sports venues to artisan food and beverage culture and thriving live music scene. See what the city inspires in you.

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Raleigh, N.C., may be quiet about the fact that it’s leading in most recent quality of life rankings, but the fact is, you’ll enjoy visiting as much as people enjoy living here.
A visit to Raleigh will leave you feeling enriched and energized, thanks to the area’s smart and welcoming locals.
Discover gifts and treasures from local boutiques, including many handmade and custom designs for truly eclectic finds, and broaden your horizons through an enticing array of museums and visual and performing arts exhibitions. Explore serene natural parks, lakes and vast greenways, take in a game at one of the area’s many sports venues or live life on the edge at an extreme sports park.
After hours, Raleigh beats to many different drums with more than 80 live music venues and the area’s largest outdoor amphitheaters, earning it recognition as one of the top music scenes in the country. From trolley bars and rare craft brews to food trucks and a James Beard award-winning chef, Raleigh has enough variety to delight every appetite.
Its authenticity is homegrown by passionate locals, rooted in Raleigh.


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Durham is home to Research Triangle Park, Duke and North Carolina Central universities and many City of Medicine, USA, medical, diet and fitness centers. Durham is also home to 13 historic sites, three art centers, 11 signature annual festivals, six science and nature centers, and great spectator sports venues.

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Kentucky Lake

Explore Kentucky Lake and find your perfect outdoor vacation. Fishing, boating, golf, entertainment and more await you at the largest lake in Kentucky. To begin your exploration, visit

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Explore beautiful Kentucky Lake, one of the world's largest man-made lakes, with 2,380 miles of shoreline and 160,000 acres of water. Ah-h-h-h. The gentle lap of the waves, the splendor of a virtually untouched eastern shoreline bursting into an array of fall colors, the magnificent sunrises and sunsets, and impressive stringers of slab crappie, catfish, blue gill, white bass, sauger, and of course--bass. Record catches of largemouth and small mouth can be had right here. An outdoor paradise located in the heart of America. If fishing isn't your passion, try some of our other activities: boating, golf, camping, dining, live music shows, antiques--whew, the list goes on and on. To begin your exploration of Kentucky Lake, visit


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Cadiz, KY

Cadiz Kentucky is nestled in the Lakes region of West Kentucky where the people are happy to see you and you will be happy to see the great natural beauty of Lake Barkley and Land Between the Lakes.

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Cadiz, Kentucky hopes you will take a chance of a Lifetime and come visit – you will not be disappointed. Located in Western Kentucky Lakes Region we have Lake Barkley, Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky lake, and of course a quaint small Historic Downtown District with specialty shops, antique dealers, and great country “farmer food”. Home to Kentucky’s prized Lake Barkley State Resort Park with 120 rooms that overlook the lake, cabins, marina, golf course, fitness center, airport, trap shooting range, beach, horseback riding, meeting rooms, on site dining, game-room, indoor and outdoor pools, trails, and great hospitality staff. Kentucky’s number one visited attraction The Land Between the Lakes with its many attractions will provide days of activities and exploration of the outdoors. Stop by the Visitor Center with shows in the modern Planetarium, drive through the Elk and Bison Prairie, explore Homeplace 1850’5 living history farm or see the many live animal programs at the Woodlands Nature Station. A great place to relax and unwind along the many miles of lakeshore, you will love it. Historic downtown with specialty shops, food, museum, music venues, farmers market, and the small town hospitality you will always remember.


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    Knoxville, Tennessee is home to a number of festivals, loads of live music, fantastic civil war sites, a world class zoo, highly acclaimed museums and a unique Urban Wilderness that offers 1,000 acres of adventure within the city limits!

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    All Roads Lead to Knoxville!
    Knoxville, Tennessee is situated at the crossroads of three major interstates: I-75, I-40 and I-81 and within a day's drive of nearly half of the U.S. population. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is located just 45 minutes away. The city is home to a number of festivals and a variety of live music. It’s on streets and stages of famous venues like the historic Tennessee Theatre.
    Some of Knoxville’s most popular attractions include the Knoxville Zoo, widely recognized as the red panda capital of the world, and the Knoxville Museum of Art, home one of the world’s largest figurative glass-and-steel assemblages.
    A great many visitors come to Knoxville to tour Civil War battlegrounds and historic homes. Visitors can also stop by the East Tennessee History Center to learn about their own history through the center’s premier genealogy research library.

    Knoxville boasts a vibrant downtown with a variety of unique shopping and dining options in and around Market Square. Just minutes from downtown, Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness offers more than 40 miles of hiking and biking trails.

    Memories are made at the Crossroads. Start planning your trip today at


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    WYTHEVILLE - Great getaway location! Museums & mansions, dinner theatre, wineries, animal park, outdoor recreation, shopping, Indian village, herbs, flowers & butterfly attractions. Hotels, b&bs/cabins, camping, restaurants & more!

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