Atlantic Beach

Atlantic Beach welcomes new visitors and returning vacationers with warm sunshine and a treasure of activities. Atlantic Beach is located on the eastern end of the Southern Outer Banks Island called Bogue Banks. Bogue Banks Island is 30 miles long, with Emerald Isle on the westernmost end and Atlantic Beach at the easternmost end. Come and enjoy the beautiful beaches and landmark attractions while enjoying the history, heritage, and incredible beauty the area is known for.

HOT SPOTS

View of Fort Macon in Atlantic Beach

FORT MACON:  Situated in Atlantic Beach, Fort Macon is packed to the brim with southern history. There are cannons galore as well as great informative videos to begin your visit. There is history on the stairs, on the walls, and even on the doors. Be sure not to miss an inch on your trip back in time.

The Atlantic Beach Circle, Welcome Sign at the Circle at Atlantic Beach

THE CIRCLE AT ATLANTIC BEACH: The Circle at Atlantic Beach is one of the most popular beach access sites along the beaches of the Crystal. It is bordered by shopping boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife. It offers a variety of things to do on and off the sand.  

LOCAL FAVORITES

Atlantic Beach's Restaurant Amos Mosquitos Bar

AMOS MOSQUITO’S RESTAURANT: If you’re looking for the latest culinary trends, Amos Mosquito’s is sure to please. With a fun environment and detailed service, the chefs at Amos Mosquito’s focus on presenting delicious house-made creations. Be sure to try their table-top S’mores for dessert! 

Kids playing in the Atlantic Beach Town Park Splash Pad

ATLANTIC BEACH TOWN PARK: Spend an afternoon at the Atlantic Beach Town Park playing a round of miniature golf, taking the kids to the skateboard and bike park, or cooling down at the splash pad in the summer months. It’s a great place to keep the entire family busy for the entire day.  

Aerial view of the Oceanana Pier in Atlantic Beach North Carolina

OCEANANA PIER: The Oceanana features the only ocean fishing pier in Atlantic Beach. The pier stretches nearly 1,000 feet into the ocean which allows for catching a wide variety of fish. For those who do not fish, the pier is an excellent place for an evening walk to watch the sunset.