There are several options for RV and tent camping on Ocracoke Island. Reservations are strongly recommended for all, especially during the peak season.

The National Park Service offers year-round camping at Ocracoke Campground, located a few miles outside of Ocracoke village. The 136-site campground offers restrooms and running water. RV hookups are not available, but the campsite can accommodate RVs and trailers. This campground is just a short walk from the beach and makes a great base for all your island adventures. Reservations can be made in advance here.

Jerniman’s Campground sits off a main road at the edge of the village, next door to the Ocracoke Variety Store and just across the street from popular restaurants. Teeter’s Campground is nestled in a residential area of the village and features a newly renovated bath house and complimentary Wi-Fi.

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Shelling
Whelks. Coquinas. Queen Helmet Conchs. Periwinkles. Sand dollars. And the elusive Scotch Bonnet. Bring a bucket or a bag, roll up your sleeves (and pants legs, too), and prepare for the haul of your life.
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Waterfowl Hunting
Our haven for migratory waterfowl makes for a sport gunner’s paradise. Experience what the Pamlico Sound has to offer and learn something new along the way with guides that grew up on these waters.
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Fishing
An industry that fueled and sustained our island’s economy. A leisure activity for some. A competitive sport for others. No matter what drives your interest in fishing, all are welcome to cast here.
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