Located on the Outer Banks in Duck, North Carolina is the preferred beach resort of Barrier Island Station at Duck. Not only is this property praised for all that it offers its owners both on-site and nearby, but also the additional exchange benefits it provides.
Though not associated with any larger timeshare brands, there are still thousands of exchange options available with Barrier Island Station Duck NC’s affiliation with the world’s leading and largest external timeshare exchange company, RCI. All Barrier Island owners must do is purchase an affordable annual membership, deposit their timeshare, and then trade with any of the comparable timeshares in their database. Interested Barrier Island Station timeshare resale buyers will also be happy to know that there are no restrictions for purchasing an annual RCI membership, so not only can they save thousands on their ownership by shopping on the secondary market, but they can also enjoy all of the same benefits as those who paid the developer prices.
From the moment you arrive at your Barrier Island Station timeshare, you’ll be met with many of your favorite coastal activities. You’ll never be too far from all of the on-site fun you can have at this resort, with many activities and attractions catered to families of all ages. Some of the property’s highlights include but aren’t limited to:
Barrier Island Station is the ideal coastal retreat for those who love the beach and for a variety of vacationing groups. One-, two-, and three-bedroom units can sleep anywhere from four to ten guests and have generous square footage to allow everyone to have a space to call their own. In addition to having more room than a traditional, cramped hotel room, there are available with comfortable in-unit features like:
Duck is located on the Outer Banks, a group of barrier islands just off the coast of North Carolina and one of the most popular vacation spots for families in the United States. Beautifully maintained beaches are one of the top attractions but there’s plenty of other activities to do and see. The Duck Town Park is 11 acres of green space with a boardwalk that extends almost a whole mile into the Currituck Sound and connects to Duck Village’s commercial village area. The village area is filled with various shops, restaurants, and rental businesses so there’s plenty of fun to be had just in the center of town.
Parasailing, deep-sea fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, and other water sports activities can be found close by, which gives you even more of a reason to spend time in the ocean. For those who want to stay on land, there are bicycle and other similar rentals so it’s even easier to get around and there are plenty of lavish golf courses that are just a short drive away. Duck will provide you with the quaint, quiet, beachfront experience you’ve been searching for and you’ll find yourself wondering when you can return before your vacation is even over.