Castle on Silver Lake

Ocracoke, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27960, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Ocracoke

    Day 5 of the Bowser family vacation, lighthouses

    A travel blog entry by bambinmike on Jun 11, 2014

    ... up this lighthouse twice. We then ended up in Ocracoke where we stayed the night and ate dinner outside on the harbor. After dinner we went to check out the Ocracoke Lighthouse. Brian and I sat on a pier that night watching the water in the bay and enjoying our time together while Mike got the baby to sleep. She has been sleeping pretty good considering she is in a little pack and play and moved from hotel to hotel every few ...

    Nice little drinking island with a fishing problem

    A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 13, 2013

    43 photos

    ... we hit the road at 7, with a whole 5 hours of sleep in the tank we were raring to go. If the gods were with us we might even be able to make the earlier 11:30 ferry. And we might have made it if it were not for Marc spending 30 minutes at the gas station trying to work out what kind of fuel his hire car took. To be fair i also made a wrong turn, so with our dreams of that 11:30 ferry crushed we pulled off the road in Beaufort for a little breakfast action ...

    Pretty little island

    A travel blog entry by rachelk34 on Jun 27, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... We were covered in sand when we got back to the car! Then it was lunch by the pamlico sound at salvo where we watched some crazy kite boarders prepare to head out. How do they get back in? Aren't they scared the wind will just take them over to the mainland? Well at least I would be. We stopped to check out hatteras lighthouse after that (stamp 3! In one day!) we went to see where it used to live and then checked out the tallest lighthouse in the ...

    Meeting Warm Showers Host and making new friends

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on Jun 03, 2013

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... I had visited the Wright Brothers museum when I was in grade school and wanted to see if much had changed. Nope, it's pretty much the same. It's still a WINDY, desolate area of sand and sand dunes. I still find it hard to believe that with that much wind, that the brothers actually needed a motor on their aircraft. After leaving Orville and Wilber behind in Kitty Hawk, we pressed on toward the bridge that I had dreading - the Oregon Inlet Bridge. The ...

    Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... large facility. Now we're beginning to sweat our arrival for the 4 pm ferry. Thanks s lot, Marine Corps.

    The 246-square-mile base has 14 miles of beaches, making it a major area for amphibious assault training. Military forces from around the world come to Camp Lejeune on a regular basis for bilateral and NATO-sponsored exercises. Click here to learn more about Camp Lejeune, which is home to more than 43,000 Marines.

    It's only ...