Frisco Woods Campground

Address: 53124 Nc Highway 12, Frisco, Hatteras Island, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27936, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 53124 Nc Highway 12, Frisco, is near Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station, Equine Adventures, and Frisco Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Frisco

    OBX Marks the Place!

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 25, 2014

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    ... in the morning. After we got set up we took a walk down to the beach at sunset and watched diehard fisherman cast away into the dark. Ted anticipated watching the ASU game that was supposed to be on ESPN since the campground had cable TV connections at each campsite but the game never appeared, so he watched it on the green screen again until the better end. ASU 24, Washington 10. He says it was worth it to stay up until 2am. ...

    Outer Banks - Part 2

    A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Oct 07, 2013

    11 photos

    ... it a little harder to get on the beach.

    we didn't like our campground for a few reasons, the main reason is a large neighborhood dog runs loose and barks and of course that starts phoebe up to bark as well. also they are remodeling the campground and have no dump station, but we are on a lovely piece of water. randi fished right behind our site and caught one small fish per day for 3 days, then on the 4th day ...

    U.S. Life Saving Service - Chicamocomico

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 14, 2010

    10 photos

    ... students and tourists. I am so happy that we were there to see it. Lucky that we just happened along to find it today.

    After the drill, we talked to several of the "Coasties" or Coast Guard personnel. Most of them were aviators and doing this drill was quite a novel thing for them but they were all enthusiastic and happy to learn new skills. Makes one proud to be a part of this great country.

    Preparing for a mission trip

    A travel blog entry by jben1525 on Jan 09, 2009

    1 comment

    ... whose headaches went away, of people who could now read the bible again, of people who could now do intricate sewing or weaving work again and who were once again able to earn a meager income, and of people who were once again able to lead normal lives. Listening to Juan de Dios made me remember that morning long ago when I tried on Larry's new reading glasses. I made me realize how simple it was to make a major ...

    Ocracoke Island- the wind blows

    A travel blog entry by gknopp on May 09, 2008


    ... small power vessel but no. They stay and look at it for a long time. Finally the folks threw lines and tried to tie him off (bow and stern) to prevent more damage to the lightweight vessel that was bobbing and grinding at the rocks only 150' from us. Soon we see a young, wirey young man head toward the would-be wreck in a kayak. Soon they guy is telling the captain how to save his boat and folks were putting upwind lines on her and tried ...