Overlooking the Pamlico Sound, Hatteras Watersports Salvo gives Outer Banks visitors an opportunity to explore the area from a new perspective. A fleet of eight Yamaha Waverunner jet skis sits at the ready, beckoning guests who want to feel the thrill of a 110-horsepower engine propelling them across the water. Alternately, a Hobie Wave catamaran eschews engines in favor of wind power, allowing as many as four adults or one homesick walrus to effortlessly sail out toward the horizon. For a completely different experience altogether, Hatteras Watersports Salvo also rents kayaks to individuals looking to explore nearby marshes and wetlands while keeping their eyes peeled for the area's abundant wildlife. Those looking to walk the waves can rent a standup paddleboard and cruise the shorelines while basking in sunshine. Hatteras Watersports Salvo's sprawling lawn keeps groups occupied before or after aquatic outings with a picnic area, a volleyball court, and even hot showers for rinsing off at the end of the day.
Centrally located in Duck, The Sanderling Resort And Spa is within the region of Sea Scape Golf Links and Avalon Fishing Pier.
Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring microwaves. Bathrooms with bathtubs are provided. Conveniences include safes and irons/ironing boards, and you can also request cribs/infant beds.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including a health club, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional amenities include babysitting/childcare and a hair salon.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Sanderling Resort And Spa. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, audiovisual equipment, and express check-out. Free parking is available onsite.
Movable walls, luminous rocks, mirrors, ramps, and unexpected dead ends. These are just a few of the obstacles players face at Ultrazone Laser Tag, a multi-level arena that, much like a spring-break DJ?s apartment, is always flooded with black light and fog. Before separating more than 66 players into mulitple teams and setting them loose in the arena, a game master delivers rules and moves teammates to the vesting room, where they grab laser guns and flashing vests. As the beat of pulsing music hammers the arena, players stream into the field, launching beams at opponents and attempting to seize their strongholds. When players are hit they aren't eliminated from the action; a computer keeps a running tally of points throughout the mission and awards champion status to the team with the highest count after the game. The facility also includes an arcade and a snack area.
Extreme Laser Tag sets the stage for space-age combat with its labyrinth of smoky corridors, ramps, and neon-lit walls. Equipped with Nexus Generation laser-tag technology, the arena can host up to 60 vested combatants as they split into teams and vie for points by scoring chest shots on their opponents.
Large plasma monitors outside the arena display the hectic battles in real time, with beam-by-beam battle stats showing who is the scoring leader and who has been melted into plasmic goo. The facility frequently accommodates birthday parties, large corporate gatherings, and fundraiser groups; everyday customers and private partiers often join in battlefield alliances, exacting laser-powered revenge on bosses and double-crossing imaginary friends.
Golfers who last played The Pines at Elizabeth City prior to 2004 may not recognize the 6,700-yard, par-72 golf course. The surrounding forests of pine trees that swaddle the fairways and greens remain, but that's about it. Course architect Tom Clark revamped everything on the course, from the new hybrid bermuda fairways to the A1/A4 bent-grass greens. Even the bunkers have been overhauled to protect against erosion, and the practice facilities now incorporate target greens, a putting green, and fairways for rehearsing real shots off the tee. The result is a course that feels brand new while rewarding the skills of precision, power, and creativity, which are each as old as the game itself.
The IKO-certified instructors at Kite Club Hatteras help their pupils grab hold of kites and soar above the sky-blue waters of The Outer Banks. Using the ocean as their classroom and the back of a sea turtle as their chalkboard, the boarding profs teach students how to launch, land, and master complex techniques during three levels of instruction. Aside from helping pupils gain their IKO certification, they also lead multiday events, during which kiteboarders can relax in beach houses and take lessons on becoming independent riders.