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Jeep Rentals OBX NC

Jeep rentals
Outer Banks, NC

Beach driving/parking pass included 
​ 2 day Minimum rental ​$205 per day
​Weekly Jeep rental savings

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Jeep wrangler 4-door for rent

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Rental Jeep Wrangler seats-5

  • All of our 4x4 are ready for beach driving 

  • Include passes for Carova Beach/Corolla (wild Horse 4x4 beach)

  • Include (ORV) off road vehicle driving pass for Cape Hatteras National Park

  • Pet-friendly 

  • All of our 4x4's seat 5-people

  • All of our 4x4's are 4-door

  • 2-day minimum rental,  you can return anytime.

  • $205 per day rental 

  • 3+ day rental is $175 per day

Where to drive on the Outer Banks beaches Town Information

  • Corolla - 4x4 vehicles can access the beach at the Northern end of NC 12 where the paved road ends. 4x4 access North of this point is permitted year round. 4x4 access South of this point is permitted between

  • October 1 and April 30. Driving at night is allowed.  

  • Duck - No public 4x4 access. Private access allows vehicles vehicles on the beach between October 1 - April 30 Southern Shores - Driving on the beach is prohibited.

  • Kitty Hawk - Driving on the beach is prohibited.

  • Kill Devil Hills - Driving on the beach is permitted with permit between October 1 - April 30 through designated access points. Vehicles must have current safety inspection, registration, insurance and license plate. Obtain a beach driving permit either from the Town of Kill Devil Hills or the Town of Nags Head. Through a reciprocal program, each town recognizes the beach driving permit issued by the other.

  • Nags Head - Driving on the beach is permitted with permit between October 1 - April 30 through designated access points. Vehicles must have current safety inspection, registration, insurance and license plate. Obtain a beach driving permit either from the Town of Kill Devil Hills or the Town of Nags Head. Through a reciprocal program, each town recognizes the beach driving permit issued by the other.

  • Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Buxton, Frisco, Hatteras, and Ocracoke - The beaches of Hatteras Island and Ocracoke Island are managed by the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Permits are required, and can be purchased online and sent via mail, or in person at one of the following locations: Coquina Beach office, Cape Hatteras Light Station, and the Ocracoke Visitor Center. Each vehicle must have its own permit. Vehicles must be registered, licensed, insured, and have a current safety inspection if required in home state/country. Vehicles must have low-pressure tire gauge, shovel, jack and jack support board. A spare tire, first-aid kit, fire extinguisher, trash bags, flashlight and tow straps are recommended. ATV's are not permitted. Night driving is generally allowed from November 16 through April 30. See current access ramps and beach closings by visiting this page and clicking on the "daily beach access map". Obey all posted signs.

Carova - Note: Parking permits are required on the Friday before Memorial Day until 11:59pm on Labor Day. Parking permit information can be found here. One of the most notable locations to drive on the beach on the Outer Banks is the small village of Carova, and the neighboring beach communities of Seagull, Penny's Hill, Swan Beach, and North Swan Beach. (Although visitors will find that generally the majority of locals simply refer to the entire area as "Carova.")
To access the 4WD beaches of the Carova coastline, visitors simply take the sand ramp located at the very northern end of Corolla. From there, they can enjoy miles of beach driving, scenic ocean views, and if they're lucky, a glimpse of the wild horses, the area's first and most treasured local residents.

loads of good info can be found at OuterBanks.com