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Resort communities?

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Resort communities?

We are considering a visit to the Outer Banks next July (8 of us - 3 adults, 4 teenagers, and a child). I would love to stay in a house that is in more of a resort community - pools (indoor and outdoor), basketball and tennis courts, and of course, easy walking distance to a beach with lifeguards. Is there anything like this that someone would recommend in Duck? I was looking at the Corolla Light Resort as well.

Also, how is the water temperature usually in July?


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1. Re: Resort communities?

You might like Four Seasons in Duck. www.twiddy.com/homes/duck/four-seasons/

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2. Re: Resort communities?

Yes, Four Seasons is about the best you will find that has all those features. There are others that meet most of the features, but I am guessing you have never been here and are thinking it is more like Myrtle Beach. But it's not like that at all (which I like).

Edited: 2:52 pm, January 26, 2014
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3. Re: Resort communities?

Corolla Light would also fit the bill. Both are very nice, newer communities that I would not hesitate to recommend. Water temps in July are usually nice and warm, but temps do change depending on wind direction so you can never know for certain.

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