Not many people have ever heard of us. We’re generally unknown to the travelers who visit North Carolina’s Outer Banks every year. This isn’t too bad, though. If everyone did know about us, they’d all want to move in.
We do like to have visitors, so look around the site. There’s a lot to see. We have a search engine to find things you don’t see. Browse around with the links below. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for just drop us an e-mail.
Visit the gift shop.
Get a coffee mug.
Get a T-shirt.
Get a license plate frame.
Frequently Asked Questions- This is a good place to start your trip to the island. Have a question? Send it here.
There is a vineyard on the island producing wine and open to the public for tasting.
It also has an orchard where you can pick your own fruit. Click here to visit them online.
There are stables on the island. Each may have something to offer the visitor and resident alike.
See them here.
Nature and landscapes are the reasons many of our visitors come to see us. Learn about the wildlife of the island here.
There is a lot of artistic talent to be found on the island. Artists, carvers , and crafters can be found on this page.
Hunting and fishing are not only pastimes around here, these activities have been a way of life for as long as Currituck County was established. Visit the sportsmen’s’ page here.
Like to paddle a canoe or kayak? The island has miles of water for you. Visit the paddling page here.
We’re waiting for another restaurant to open up.
There are two churches on the island. A Baptist church and a United Methodist Church. You can see them here and get information about services on this page.
And now, we have this nifty Sky Watch Weather Cam. 2-29-12
We have a weather page with useful links for the island. 2-17-12
The Knotts Island Scrapbook is almost two years old now and bigger than ever. Nice job, everyone. 2-16-12
Visit this page to see the schools that the children and young people of Knotts island are attending.
The island is home to the Knotts Island Ruritan Club. Visit the club here.
Here is the page for the Knotts Island Volunteer Fire Department. Check it out. There’s a lot of good information.
Don’t forget those whose lives were changed on September 11, 2001, but don’t dwell on it either. Let’s move on now.
If you fly your flag, read this.
Knotthead took a couple of trips off the island. One to Seattle, WA, and the other to Savannah, GA We caught up with him and he told us a bit about it. Click cities and see them.