This is one of the original small family cottages from the 1950's. EI was largely unsettled until then. It is a non-fancy cinderblock Beach House with everything you need and located near Bogue Inlet Pier, the first recreational spot at the island's west end. This part of Bogue Banks was first home to the nomadic Algonquin Indian tribe, then whalers, and home to about 15 families who arrived in 1893. In 2015 the population was 3,720 and during the summer 50,000 visitors inhabit the area.
Bogue Banks offers residents and visitors a special treat. The island runs east to west and its Atlantic Ocean side faces due south, so you can watch the sun rise in the east over the ocean, travel ac…
Bogue Banks is the narrow barrier island that stretches below Morehead City, with its main highway, N.C. Highway 58, nearly parallel to N.C. Highway 24. The body of water, called Bogue Sound, separate…