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TravelPod Member ReviewsOcracoke Campground
This is a great national Campsite that is veryu close to a fantastic beach and a an easy 3 mile bike ride on a paved trail to Ocracoke. This town is not like the rest of the Outer Banks in that they dont allow chain stores so it is not Schlocky at all and is actually really interesting to bike
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We are on the ferry on our way to Ocracoke Island. Started the day by returning to the Wright Brothers National Memorial. We ran out of time yesterday and didn't get to visit the full size sculpture of the first flight. So cool (okay at least for aviation nerds) to be on that full scale model and imagine making that historic flight!
... some camps where it feels that we are the only campers without a golf cart. So of course, with carts to hire we had to have one. After lunching at a lovely outdoor restaurant we spent the afternoon touring all over the island and had a great time. There are two other ferries that leave from Ocracoke to various other points in North Carolina - these have a small charge and we could have caught one of these ferries with the caravan on for about $45 for the nearly three ...
... places. We both liked the naturally weathered shake homes that were nestled in the coastal dunes. We happened to stop by a North Carolina BBQ place called Sooeey's and shared the sampler platter to get a taste of all the great types of bbq they did there. The platter came with brisket, ribs, pulled pork, fried chicken (for which they have won awards), hush puppies, coleslaw and fried okra. They had local drinks ...
... myself and Marc attempted to drink all of the 20 plus beers on tap. Gave the Sachs a beating at video mini golf, which once again proves the point that you can't compete with the Marshmeiers when it comes to bar sports.
Finished off the night at the Jolly Roger where the food was as delicious as what it had looked like earlier.
Tomorrow we will be once again on a ferry as we head north to the next Outer Banks (also known as OBX) island of Hatteras.
... at a non-national brand motel -- the Sand Dollar Inn ($69 tax). There's little about this island that's franchised. It's a welcome change.
Day Three Summary: Cape Fear, Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and a ferry ride across the Atlantic Ocean (not all of it). Today's distance ridden: about 260 miles.
To see today's entire route, from Conway, South Carolina, to Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, click here.
What will tomorrow ...