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Old 04-05-2019, 07:42 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has any updated reports on the campground conditions throughout the Outer Banks of North Carolina since any possible hurricane damage from 2018.

Our locations to consider would be Camp Hatteras, Cape Hatteras KOA, or Ocean Waves Campground.......unless you have other suggestions and recent reports.
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Old 04-05-2019, 07:55 PM   #2
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just stayed on Ocracoke Island, at Teeters Campground, for several nights. Ferry access only on and off the island from Hatteras, 1 hour each way, IF you get on the next ferry, otherwise it could be another hours wait on top of that.
Passing by all the other campgrounds on Hatteras and Avon and other towns and they looked just fine.
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Both Camp Hatteras and the KOA are open for business. All repairs are done at Camp Hatteras I was told. Got reservations the week after Easter.
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Hi Chuck,

Did you make it to Hatteras, and if so how were things there? We are currently in Williamsburg on our way back to Colorado after two weeks in DC. Since we are this close I was thinking of going to Hatteras for a few days. Your advice on where to stay would be appreciated. Thanks

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Old 04-28-2019, 07:49 AM   #5
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Hi Chuck,

Did you make it to Hatteras, and if so how were things there? We are currently in Williamsburg on our way back to Colorado after two weeks in DC. Since we are this close I was thinking of going to Hatteras for a few days. Your advice on where to stay would be appreciated. Thanks

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We havenít camped in Hatteras for quite awhile, but we stayed at the KOA. Iím interested in hearing about the others in the area, but theyíre so close, theyíre walkable to check out. Just waiting for reports on comparisons and pricing.
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I camped at Camp Hatteras the week after Easter. I checked out a few other campgrounds they looked fine and open for business.
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Thanks Chuck,

We moved into Camp Hatteras a couple hours ago. Not very busy and in great shape. Looking forward to 5 nights here. Mike
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Thanks Chuck,

We moved into Camp Hatteras a couple hours ago. Not very busy and in great shape. Looking forward to 5 nights here. Mike
Iíll be waiting to hearing your report after your stay.
Let us know if you hit any of the local eateries or watering holes.
Hope the weather cooperates.
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This is a great time of the year to visit Cape Hatteras, before the kids get out of school. You can still find good campsite, usually not real crowded. All the local eating establishments are open. Great fresh seafood. Cape Hatteras tends to be less crowded than Kitty Hawk and the area. Great new bridge over the Oregon Inlet. As you can tell I really like it there, great place to chill.
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