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Jockey's Ridge State Park
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Giant sand dunes that allow for some great views all around. All kinds of things to do here, rent a kite, hang glide and shop! Let the kids loose to run!
Wear thick socks in winter and leave shoes at base and run freely over giant sand dune! Follow arrows to soundside walking path
This 426-acre park has the largest natural living sand dune on the East Coast. Two self-guided trails and nature programs available year-round. Hang gliding, kite flying, hiking, visitor's center, small gift shop, museum, picnic facilities and restrooms.
Go climb the dunes and see the ocean and the sound at the same time or fly a kite. Lots of paths. Stores and restaurants directly across the street.
Cool place to fly kites, view sunrises & sunsets and hike up the dunes and if you are really adventurous you can even hang glide through Kitty Hawk Kites.
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