Teeter's Campground

Address: 200 British Cemetery Road, Ocracoke, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27960, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 200 British Cemetery Road, Ocracoke, is near Ocracoke Lighthouse, British Cemetery, Windfall Schooner Cruise, and Deepwater Theater.
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      Travel Blogs from Ocracoke

      Windy Cape Hatteras

      A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Nov 08, 2014

      23 photos

      ... space underneath the home & no basement. I bet they can't get flood insurance here!! Oct 30, 2012 Hurricane Sandy swept through this area & caused millions in damage, but to look at this area today you would never know it!





      There is a ferry from Cape Hatteras to the next island, Ocracoke, then another back to the mainland & we would have loved to have done that route. To bad the small ferry only takes cars, ...

      Outer Banks - Part 2

      A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Oct 07, 2013

      11 photos

      ... camp manager told us to be careful about the roads, so after talking with her, we packed up and left! and we saw what she was talking about. on both sides of the road are sand dunes and the wind was blowing sand into the road and puddles were gathering, we were glad that we got out before the flooding. but to tell you the truth the road didn't look too different from ours at home when we have a big snow.once we got back on ...

      Ocracoke Day II

      A travel blog entry by mrweinstein on Jul 10, 2013

      35 photos

      ... operations off the American coast when a German U-Boat sank it. The entire crew was lost at sea and four bodies washed up in Ocracoke, two of whom were never identified. They were buried in the town and even to this day the U.S. Coast Guard maintains the plot, including flying a British Union Jack over the site at all times. It's pretty amazing to see, and quite humbling on many levels.

      We retired back to the motel for a bit and ...

      We are on our way west

      A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jun 07, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... br> Tomorrow there is a Western and Country music festival so we will try our hardest to get the hot tickets in town. Lynn, there is still time for you to come and join us. I know how much you love Western and Country music.

      Being keen motorcyclists we are always on the lookout for great bikes. About the only ones we see are Harley's. However Lynn tells us that there are some amazing Nortons that we must look out for. No sign of any yet Lynn but trust us we ...

      Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

      A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

      6 comments, 15 photos

      ... s Outer Banks, a 200-mile long string of narrow islands separating the Currituck Sound, Albemarie Sound and Pamlico Sound from the Atlantic Ocean. Ocracoke is one of the most remote islands in the Outer Banks, and can only be reached by public ferry, private boat, or private plane. Of those three choices, the ferry seems the most logical and affordable.

      The average elevation of Ocracoke Island is less than five feet above sea level. Many ...