Welcome to the World famous
Avon Fishing Pier
Built by two local brothers from the village of Kinnakeet (now known as Avon Village), the pier took two years to construct. It opened its doors in the summer of 1963 and has been in continuous operation since then. The pier stretches 665 feet out into the Atlantic Ocean. Its visible crooked bends are testament to the forces of Mother Nature over the many years. Today the Avon Fishing Pier is the only pier remaining in operation in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The pier is world famous for its many records, especially with giant Red Drum that frequently school just off the end of the pier. Today the pier is in even better hands with ownership belonging to Koru Village Resort and Spa. Whether you are a seasoned angler or just taking the family fishing for the day, the Avon Fishing Pier is the perfect spot. Come and start a tradition of your very own today.
All of your fishing and beach needs are met just inside the Pier House. Fishing made simple. No need for a fishing license. Whether you are an avid angler or just taking the kids fishing for the day, the Avon Pier makes fishing fun
Rod, reels, combos, tackle, coolers, and accessories from the name brands you know and trust
World-Famous Avon Pier T-shirts and hats.
1 week ago by Avon Fishing Pier NCMax Morrision with the first drum of the season caught last night!!!!1 week ago Scott Wood 1
Sarah Beth Jackson1 week ago Ethan Dinges
Jack DeMoss ???1 week ago Paige Harper
Evan Be1 week ago Casey Davenport
Korey Mason1 week ago Jonathan Griffiths
That is some special kind of Sun burn. Might need a skin graf. Nice fish too1 week ago Christine Robinson Macon
Nice fish...see you in a month. Save the big ones for us.1 week ago Michael Eppard
Nice fish. Congrats1 week ago Bryan Lester 1
Good job old boy1 week ago Anna Poff
1 week ago by Avon Fishing Pier NCBob Christopher with a 6ft black tip shark off of the Avon Pier. 🎣1 week ago Mia Della Polla
Travis and we thought they caught nothing big there...hahaha1 week ago Tracy Gebhart
Looks like the same size black tip you caught in Buxton.1 week ago Darlene Epstein 2
Im good. !!! No water for me. Kristine Carey1 week ago Rudy Buynoch 2
I was there last summer when someone hooked this 11' monster on the pier and had to drag it all the way back to the beach. They let it go.1 week ago Monica LaMacchia
Don't go in the water.1 week ago Richard Morrison 1
Yep1 week ago Stanley Lawrence 11 week ago Stanley Lawrence 11 week ago Beth Mccarthy
Scary1 week ago Lisa Sexton
Wow that's crazy
The Spoon Coffee Shoppe
Whether you are a morning fisherman looking for a cup of great coffee and a quick biscuit or coming off the beach on an early morning walk and need to refuel with a refreshing beverage, The Spoon is the perfect spot. And for the beach crowd, now you can grab a quick bite in the middle of the day without missing a moment of beach time.
The Spoon Coffee Shoppe
The Spoon opens up every day at 6am. It is the perfect spot for the early birds. But the Spoon shines all day long whether it is a mid-day snack or a late evening ice cream and a walk on the pier. Slow down and enjoy the ride, and stay thirsty.