This section features the lighthouses of coastal North Carolina. From north to south they are:

  • Currituck Beach
  • Bodie Island
  • Cape Hatteras
  • Ocracoke Island
  • Cape Lookout
  • Bald Head Island
  • Oak Island

In this series, each lighthouse has been digitally created in a photorealistic style, framed within an oval border and captioned with a calligraphy type font. These great landmarks are sure to remind anyone of their visit to coastal North Carolina's outer banks. Light up your memories of North Carolina by collecting this whole series.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
North Carolina's outer banks are the home of this national treasure.

Currituck Beach Lighthouse

Currituck Beach Lighthouse
Unlike other lighthouses on the North Carolina coast with it's non painted brick exterior, Currituck Beach is a unique lighthouse structure.

Ocracoke Lighthouse

Ocracoke Lighthouse
Ocracoke Island lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse In North Carolina.

Oak Island Lighthouse

Oak Island Lighthouse
A newer structure having been built in 1958, Oak Island lighthouse structure is built from reinforced concrete.

Cape Lookout Lighthouse

Cape Lookout Lighthouse
Our series of North Carolina Lighthouses continues with this southern outer banks beacon.

Bodie Island Lighthouse

Bodie Island Lighthouse
This lighthouse is a famous landmark in the outer banks of eastern North Carolina.

Bald Head Island Lighthouse

Bald Head Island Lighthouse
Located in south eastern North Carolina, Bald Head Island Lighthouse protects mariners from the treacherous waters off Cape Fear.


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