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Hatteras Shopping in Buxton & Frisco

This page provides information for shopping in Buxton & Frisco, NC on the Outer Banks.
 

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A.S. Austin Company

57698 N.C. Highway 12
Hatteras Village
(252) 986-1500
47039 Buxton Back Road
Buxton
(252) 995-0530

Located in a cool historic building in the heart of Hatteras Village, this company can equip your Hatteras excursion. They offer kayak rentals by the hour, day or week as well as kayak tours. Offshore fishing trips are available. They also rent surfboards and standup paddleboards and offer lessons in these sports. Skateboards, boogie boards, golf carts, beach chairs, umbrellas, beach wheelchairs, fishing poles and fishing carts are also for rent and sale. All your biking needs are covered here, with a great selection of cruisers for rent or sale. They even have fat tire bicycles specially made to ride on the beach. The store offers one-of-a-kind local artwork on display, locally made jewelry, T-shirts, flip flops, hats, beach necessities and more. New for this season, A.S. Austin will offer yoga paddleboarding for beginners; no experience is necessary. 

Buxton Village Books

47918 N.C. Highway 12
Buxton
(252) 995-4240

Established in 1984, Buxton Village Books makes its home in a vintage island cottage with sloping, creaky floors. The owner, Gee Gee Rosell, has a welcoming smile and great taste in books. Look for current bestsellers in fiction and non-fiction, cookbooks, local interest books, a great selection of Southern and contemporary fiction, mysteries, field guides, unique greeting cards and journals. Buxton Village Books offers a great selection in a charming space and maintains a website so you can shop local when you’re not on Hatteras Island. The shop is open year round.  

Indian Town Gallery and Gifts

50840 N.C. Highway 12
Frisco
(252) 995-5181

Come by Indian Town Gallery to experience the joy of art! Now entering their 16th season, Indian Town Gallery is featuring their freshest and most original collection of handmade jewelry, painting, pottery, photography and sculpture yet. Their selection of local and coastal work is massive, and they have lots of North Carolina jewelry and pottery, too. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind gift, they’ve got all sorts of art and accessories made out of metal car engine parts, wine bottles, recycled glass, forks and spoons, old license plates, vinyl record albums and much more to adorn your home or body. One look in Indian Town Gallery and you’ll be convinced that the spirit of creativity is abundant by the sea. The upcoming season offers lots of exciting classes in mediums such as watercolor and oil painting, photography, sea-glass jewelry making and more, plus frequent trunk shows with some of their favorite artists. Be sure to stop in and visit, or call or check Facebook for their weekly schedule of activities.