Dog Events in Nags Head, NC

There are 6 upcoming pet friendly events in Nags Head. Use the links below to get details on each event, print directions, look at pictures, and even read reviews of last year’s event. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Nags Head.

Pet Friendly Annual Rogallo Kite Festival
Annual Rogallo Kite Festival BringFido along to celebrate Francis Rogallo and his many accomplishments. Kitty Hawk Kites and friends will be displaying amazing 30 – 100 ft kites on top of Jockey’s Ridge State Park. Fly a kite of your own, take part in FREE stunt kite lessons, kite coloring for the kiddos, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular kites as the fly in the sky. Traditionally, this weekend is supposed to be extremely hot and sunny. While this makes for perfect flying conditions, it is also important to remember to bring plenty of water and sunscreen. If you plan to bring a pet, make sure you have the provisions necessary to keep them comfortable. See Details
Pet Friendly Outer Banks Watermelon Festival
Outer Banks Watermelon Festival Celebrate summer with Kitty Hawk Kites and support the Outer Banks Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Coalition. Enjoy games, food, face painting, arts and crafts activities, TONS of watermelon fun and more. The event is free for guests to attend; however, the purchase of tickets is required to play and eat! Compete in classic competitions like seed spitting and watermelon eating to win from a selection of awesome prizes. Enjoy frozen treats from Jockey Ridge Creamery. See Details
Outer Banks Pirate Festival Ahoy Mateys! Get ready for a swashbucklin’ good time as Kitty Hawk Kites hosts the Outer Banks Pirate Festival. Pirates of Blackbeards Crew and mateys will be camped out at Jockey’s Ridge Crossing. Come learn the vast history of pirates on the OBX. See Details
Outer Banks Kite Festival Enjoy massive show kites flying high above the sand dunes at Jockey’s Ridge State Park, and participate in stunt and power kite lessons given by pros. Come watch some of the nation’s most talented kite flyers put on world-class displays of artistry and skill with kite flying set to music, synchronized performances, and more. See Details
OBX Brewtag A celebration of flight and beer, OBX Brewtag contestants will be competing to see who can launch and fly an empty 1/6 keg barrel the furthest. Dogs must be leashed and picked up after. A crafty selection of local and regional beer and food will be available for purchase that day. Want to compete? The sky’s the limit as to how creative your homemade flying contraption can be! Individuals and teams are welcome. Proceeds from the Outer Banks Brewtag benefit The Rogallo Foundation. See Details
Kites with Lights BringFido along to see a light display like no other. This event features large 19-to-30 foot kites decked out in the spirit of the holiday season! At 5 PM, enjoy the lighting of the Jockey’s Ridge State Park Solar Christmas tree out on the dunes directly across from Jockey’s Ridge Crossing. Warm beverages and baked goods are available across the street at Jockey’s Ridge Crossing. All donations benefit the Friends of Jockey’s Ridge. See Details
Annual Wright Kite Festival Take flight where flight first began with Kitty Hawk Kites and the Wright Brothers National Memorial. Enjoy a walk on the hallowed grounds where Wilbur and Orville took their historic first flight in 1903, then come join the fun for some fun flight of your own. Large 30 – 100 foot kites will be flying high on display. Come fly kites of your own and take FREE stunt and power kite flying lessons. Admission to the park is $10 for ages 16+, but participation in the kite festival is totally FREE! See Details
WOOFstock at The Elizabethan Gardens Let the dogs out for this annual tail-wagging' happy affair. Features local fur-loving exhibitors and activities for your entire family with contests (and first place prizes) for your dog. WOOFstock also features live music, a dog photographer and concessions available for both dogs and humans. FREE for canines. See Details