Buck Island is a family-oriented community located on the beautiful northern beaches of the Outer Banks. This quaint, stylish community is within walking distance to numerous shops, local restaurants, and area attractions which makes Buck Island an ideal vacation destination for all family members. Buck Island is a fantastic community loaded with amenities that also gives the feeling of old Southern tradition with its beautiful homes, tree-lined streets and meticulously landscaped lawns.
Olympic-Sized Community Swimming Pool The community pool will be open from 9:00am – 7:00pm: Daily Saturday May 9th – Saturday October 10th, 2020 The pool area includes Olympic-sized pool with lap lanes and wading area, kiddy pool, hot tub, lounge chairs, shaded tables and restrooms. NOTE: The community pool DOES NOT have a lifeguard on duty. Small children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Glass and Pets are prohibited in the pool area at all times. Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts & Playground There are two tennis courts, a half-court basketball court and a playground that are always available for your enjoyment. Adult supervision is required. Beach Facilities NOTE: Please refrain from using the PRIVATE OCEANWALKWAYS. Use of these walkways is exclusively for our ocean front owners and their guests only. The community beach access is located at the east end of Orion’s Way just beyond the Beach Cabana. The lighted beach walkway is available for your enjoyment at any time. The Beach Cabana has restrooms and showers exclusively for Buck Island owners and guests to use at their convenience. Parking is located in the lot to the south of the Beach Cabana.
A roll-in/roll-out service is provided for all homes in Buck Island. Only trash in containers will be picked up. Trash and recycle is picked up on Mondays and Fridays in season and on Mondays only in the off season. Cans will be rolled out to the curbside on Sunday and Thursday evenings and rolled back in on Monday and Friday mornings. Please ensure adequate access to the trash cans.