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The Wright Memorial Bridge crosses the Pamlico Sound from Harbinger to Kitty Hawk. There is a hump in the middle to allow for taller ships. Obviously, it was named for Kitty Hawk's most famous residents, Orville and Wilbur Wright who invented the first airplane (despite similar claims by Santos Dumont down in Brazil). As we were coming from the north, the sharp left turn onto the bridge meant we were almost there (either to the Sykes cottage in Kill Devil Hills or the flat in Duck).
Written Aug 19, 2006
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: These are things that you must slip into your bags.. Bombay Gin - corona Although you aren't alowed to have them at the camp ground if you are quiet about it no one will be the wizer.
Written May 26, 2006
I don't play golf, but it would seem that this would be a good location for a course - lots of natural sand for sand traps, and any hurricane damage could be just incorporated in the course.
I think this is a picture of the Sea Scape Golf Links in Kitty Hawk, but there is also Nags Head Golf Links (252) 441-8073 to the south and The Currituck Club (252) 453-9400 to the north, plus three clubs on Roanoke Island 1. The Carolina Club (252) 453-3588 2.. The Pointe Golf Club (252) 491-8388 and 3. Kilmarlic Golf Club (252)491-4220
Equipment: Golf clubs are available for rent
Dates Rates Twilight Rates
April 11 - May 30 $75 $60 (after 2 pm)
May 31 - June 10 $90 $70 (after 2 pm)
June 11 - August 14 $100 $80 (after 3:30 pm)
August 15 - September 5 $90 $70 (after 2 pm)
September 6 - October 23 $75 $60 (after 2 pm)
October 24 - November 27 $65
November 28 - December 31 $45
May 31 - October 23 $60
Three Day Passes
April 11 - May 30 $180
May 31 - June 10 $225
June 11 - August 14 $260
August 15 - September 5 $215
September 6 - October 23 $170
October 24 - November 27 $130
November 28 - December 31 $115
Rates Include Cart and Green Fee
Ask about our Two-Day Pass with Kilmarlic Golf Club!
Updated May 5, 2005
Address: 5615 S. Seachase Drive, P.O. Drawer 1719, Nags He
Favorite thing: I am encouraged to learn the National Park system has started using renewable fuels.
Fondest memory: I saw alot of solar power being used in the Outer Banks. Thank God people are waking up to the impending OIL crisis and couragous enough to fight the system!
Written Feb 28, 2007