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Built by two local brothers from the village of Kinnakeet (now known as Avon Village), the pier took two years to construct. It opened its doors in the summer of 1963 and has been in continuous operation since then. The pier stretches 665 feet out...more
Great little spot! Friendly staff and regulars. You can rent fishing poles for $10 for the day and fish for the day for $12. We even got to see dolphins! I definitely recommend checking this place out!
Nice pier for fishing - I must admit that I have never been on a pier with as many horizontal and vertical twists before - it was a high wind day and it was a bit unnerving. Nice ocean views though 600 feet into the...More
Love this pier. Love the staff, love the prices and the centralized location. We've made many trips to OBX and have visited/fished every pier there. This pier is our favorite by far with its old-time feel, excellent views and friendly local staff. Will return again...More
Worth the price to just take a walk and sit and relax! Odd, but the pier did sway a little, but we felt safe! Store as you enter sells bait, snacks and souvenirs! Not too many people on the pier and not much were catching...More
I love all of the piers on the Outer Banks and Avon Pier is no exception! I like that the sightseeing pass is only $1 per person and is good all day. We walked from our beach house to see the sunrise and then again...More
Easily one of the best parts of the trip - whether fishing, feeding the fish,watching others fish for sharks, or simply enjoying the sites. Not the best constructed as far as piers go, but that just adds to the character and uniqueness! Fishing licenses, poles,...More