Cape Hatteras Natl Seashore/Oregon Inlet Good Sam Verified Campground

Hwy 12, Nags Head, NC 27954

Good Sam Verified Campground
(1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
(1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
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Address

Hwy 12
Nags Head, NC, 27954

Open all year

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Facility

Type: National Park
Partial Handicap Access

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 120
Site length (Max length): 80 (80)
Paved sites: 120
Pull-thru size: 15 x 80
Pull-thrus: 6
Back-in size: 12 x 75
Room for slideouts: No

Restrooms
Fire rings

Swimming
Body of water: Atlantic Ocean
Fishing
Watersports
Watersports

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Hiking
Kayaking / canoeing
Kayaking / canoeing

4 (1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
Facility
4
Restroom
4
Appeal
4
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 04/28/2017

Non-site specific reservations can be made via recreation.gov. We stayed April 21-24. Rangers are friendly, helpful, and made frequent tours of the campground and beach areas. As is the case with most NPs, the sites are quite narrow. Each site pad has a wheel stop, and most sites are about 42' long to the wheel stop (there may be a "few" larger ones). Restrooms were clean and functional (cold water only), there are outdoor showers with "warm" (whatever temperature the sun manages to get the... Read More

Non-site specific reservations can be made via recreation.gov. We stayed April 21-24. Rangers are friendly, helpful, and made frequent tours of the campground and beach areas. As is the case with most NPs, the sites are quite narrow. Each site pad has a wheel stop, and most sites are about 42' long to the wheel stop (there may be a "few" larger ones). Restrooms were clean and functional (cold water only), there are outdoor showers with "warm" (whatever temperature the sun manages to get the water lines to) water. There is construction immediately South of the campground at the Bonner bridge. The noise from this construction did not bother us at all (we stayed in site C17 which is near the off-road vehicle beach access road), but we're not sure if that was because the bad weather kept the work in check or not (the rangers did say that the normal construction noise wasn't bad at all). When the wind wasn't howling (we stayed during a storm), you could hear the ocean from our site. Beach access is via trails either to the ORV access road or through the dunes. Pet friendly (6' leash, including on the beach). Easy access to the fill/dump station across the highway at the marina (Oregon Inlet Fishing Center). It's about 10 miles to the closest city, but the marina store has general items available. We'll definitely be back.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 04/28/2017

Non-site specific reservations can be made via recreation.gov. We stayed April 21-24. Rangers are friendly, helpful, and made frequent tours of the campground and beach areas. As is the case with most NPs, the sites are quite narrow. Each site pad has a wheel stop, and most sites are about 42' long to the wheel stop (there may be a "few" larger ones). Restrooms were clean and functional (cold water only), there are outdoor showers with "warm" (whatever temperature the sun manages to get the... Read More

Non-site specific reservations can be made via recreation.gov. We stayed April 21-24. Rangers are friendly, helpful, and made frequent tours of the campground and beach areas. As is the case with most NPs, the sites are quite narrow. Each site pad has a wheel stop, and most sites are about 42' long to the wheel stop (there may be a "few" larger ones). Restrooms were clean and functional (cold water only), there are outdoor showers with "warm" (whatever temperature the sun manages to get the water lines to) water. There is construction immediately South of the campground at the Bonner bridge. The noise from this construction did not bother us at all (we stayed in site C17 which is near the off-road vehicle beach access road), but we're not sure if that was because the bad weather kept the work in check or not (the rangers did say that the normal construction noise wasn't bad at all). When the wind wasn't howling (we stayed during a storm), you could hear the ocean from our site. Beach access is via trails either to the ORV access road or through the dunes. Pet friendly (6' leash, including on the beach). Easy access to the fill/dump station across the highway at the marina (Oregon Inlet Fishing Center). It's about 10 miles to the closest city, but the marina store has general items available. We'll definitely be back.
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Hwy 12, Nags Head, NC 27954
Coordinates: 35.799296, -75.545856
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From town, S 10 mi on Hwy 12 (L)

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