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For our drive down from NYC to Charleston, my boyfriend wanted to take the scenic route down along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway rather than going on I-95. So we made our way to Kitty Hawk, NC to spend the night before heading out....More
Gotta be one of the last places on earth where a person can visit such long stretches of undisturbed beaches. 4-wheeled drive vehicles can drive on beach with a permit. Often nothing else on beach but you!
Our National Seashores are a treasure and this is one of the crown jewels. I’ve driven it three times and will do so again. A beautiful, peaceful coastline, amazing sand dunes, majestic lighthouses, an array of coastal wildlife and plants, and some unique beach homes...More
So peaceful and serene in the fall. I went in September and loved it. The Bodie Island Lighthouse is beautiful. The drive is peaceful and you get in free if you are a National Park member. We didn't go as far as Cape Hatteras, but...More
This was our third attempt to try to stay in this area of Hatteras and to visit Ocracoke Island. Unfortunately, like last year, due to bad weather, there were poor road conditions. The ferry to the island was closed. The scenery is beautiful although it...More
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Ocracoke's ponies are penned up off the northern beach road; sometimes you see one or two, maybe not, from a small viewing platform. Can't get anywhere near them! In Currituck area, you need to pay about $50 for a buggy... More
Ocracoke's ponies are penned up off the northern beach road; sometimes you see one or two, maybe not, from a small viewing platform. Can't get anywhere near them! In Currituck area, you need to pay about $50 for a buggy ride to a preserve to hope to see them. Several of these operations around. Sad, but it's not safe for them to not be in a preserve.