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More developed than the Tri-Villages, heading south on NC12 will lead you to Avon, the next of Hatteras Island’s villages clustered around the Cape, where the Outer Banks take a turn to the west and where Cape Hatteras Lighthouse guards the coast. From here you can’t see the Lighthouse, but you can see other Hatteras Island landmarks like the Avon Fishing Pier, a water tower that reads “Kinnakeet,” and the island’s biggest grocery store. Like neighboring villages, Avon relied on the waters of the ocean and Sound for a way of life, but rather than fishing, boat building was the main industry.

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The Town of Avon

Outer Banks Photography

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