Looking for Activities For Your Kids In The Outer Banks?
If you have kids, whether you are visiting the Outer Banks or not, you know you are going to have to entertain them. Whether they are toddlers, pre teen, tweens, teenagers (and even sometimes adults) having things lined up to do can really reduce your stress level as a parent.
Kids Activity Ideas
There are a lot of ways to keep kids busy. Here at Life On A Sandbar we have a number of things to occupy them including:
These all have applications with different age groups which is perfect for grandparents or the modern family who may have children age 3 to 17.
Kids Activities By Age Group
Here is a basic match up of some things you can do for different age categories
Use Sand Art to Make Your Baby’s First Outer Banks Beach Memories
Babies should learn to love the beach too, but first memories probably won’t be of sand and surf. If you want a keepsake for your little one to remember, come on over to Life on a Sandbar and check out our unique sand art. Your little one can make an art project that will bring joy for years to come.
A Rainy Outer Banks Day? No Problem!
Beach vacationers don’t have control of the weather, and that is why we are more than just a retail store providing what you need for a sunny day at the beach. We also offer fun activities for families indoors for when the weather refuses to cooperate with your vacation plans.
Infants may not have enough hair to get hair wraps and braids yet, but there are plenty of other enjoyable activities. Stepping stones and other forms of sand art are perfect for little ones because the texture of the sand and stones are perfect for tiny hands. The bright colors also attract a child’s attention.
Young Kids and Older Kids Love Arts and Crafts
Even infants can create sand art by pressing their tiny hands into the sand. Hand or footprint art can also be colored with shells and stones, producing a family keepsake that will be enjoyed by all. Babies don’t stay little forever, but those hand or footprints will stay the same with time, making a perfect memory for mom or perhaps grandma.
Whether you need a place to get out of the rain or just want to drop in to create your keepsake, Life on a Sandbar is your Outer Banks destination. And don’t forget to bring the older kids in for hair braids and wraps that can add a touch of style to your coastal getaway.
What About Toddlers..
Entertaining a toddler, even in a town overflowing with fun like the Outer Banks can sometimes present a challenge. Bring them to Life on a Sandbar in Nags Head and entertain them for a while. At our toddler friendly environment, your boy or girl can make sand art or wood art creations. Beads, shells, and sounds stimulate their imagination. And most importantly, it keeps those little hands busy doing something constructive.
Dog Art in the Outer Banks?
Maybe the family dog is with you. Dogs love to go places, but not many places will accommodate them. We have things for them to in our Corolla or Nags Head locations. We can braid your pooch’s hair. They can make dog art with their paw. If you want something more elaborate we can take a cast of the dogs paw as a fun reminder of the trip the ENTIRE family made to the Outer Banks
Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
Don’t take our word for it. We have received the 2016 Trip Advisor Certificate Of Excellence. This is the second year in a row we have received this and we are proud. We are also grateful to the hundreds of families which come back year after year because they, like Trip Advisor, know they can trust us.
Entertain the whole family, girls, boys, toddler, tweens, and teenagers for hours on kids day. Kids day is sponsored by our Nags Head suite mate Kitty Hawk Kites and is a day of fun right next to Life on a Sandbar. Between their activities and ours, you can entertain the whole family.
Nags Head: Next To Kitty Hawk Kites on the 2nd Floor
Corolla Outdoor Blue Kiosk in front of Lighthouse Bagel in Monterey Plaza (next to the Tomato Patch)
Check out some of the fun things the entire family can do at Life on a Sandbar.
It’s summer in the Outer Banks and the last thing you are thinking about is a Christmas or holiday gift of your babies hand or foot prints.
A baby hand print or foot print from Corolla’s Life on a Sandbar baby souvenir store offers an easy way to make a heart warming gift.
Using shells and stones your baby (or Toddler) will place their hands in the sand art mold. Once hardened you have captured this Corolla or Outer Banks beach memory forever. This makes a perfect gift for the grandparents for their birthday or Christmas.
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