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

    Surprises

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on Sep 03, 2014

    17 photos

    We decided to go back to Nags Head today and visit where Pat used to live. There really isn't anything there to speak of, and then we noticed the sign...Kitty Hawk is only 5 minutes down the road! Pat never mentioned that he lived by Kitty Hawk! This was pretty cool for us since we had just seen the actual plane in the Smithsonian's Air and ...

    Ocracoke Day II

    A travel blog entry by mrweinstein on Jul 10, 2013

    35 photos

    ... lifeguarded and set up camp for about two hours. We collected shells together along the water. I listened to music on my phone and Jen read books on her kindle. I got burned. She did not.

    We drove back to the motel to get cleaned up. Jen was nice enough to cut the rubber bands off my hands too (get it? I'm a lobster?). We then went to lunch at a highly reviewed taco stand just across the street and although we felt sluggish for the next ...

    We are on our way west

    A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jun 07, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... standing on the moon. We don't seem to have made much progress since then. Have we peaked technologically?

    Riding down the Outer Banks is odd. It is a narrow strip of sand with sea on both sides. Sometimes only 50 feet wide. I don't know how they stop the wind and the Atlantic taking it away.

    Hatteras is the most easterly point. Looking out to sea there I know there is nothing between me and the UK, although I think Bill is technically right, it ...

    Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... because of Carson's thesis that DDT was a threat to wildlife. Migratory birds that nest in Rachel's refuge include sharp-tailed sparrows, great northern loons, Canadian geese, mallards, buffleheads, red-breasted merganser, sandpipers, gulls and terns.

    We ride through the Cedar Island National Wildlife Refuge -- 11,000 acres of marsh and woodland habitat in the North Carolina's Lowcountry. It's not far from here to the Cedar Island Ferry ...

    Outer Banks, North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Aug 24, 2012

    7 photos

    Had the biggest breakfast yet with eggs, tuna, orange juice, coffee, avocado. Really everything I could've asked for.
    Took off at 9:00 and began our 8 hour net of driving.
    Stopped at Walmart to buy supplies and especially a tarp to protect us from the rain during the coming nights camping out possibly in the rain. A significant difference geographically was noticed by yoav when we stumbled across Rifles in Walmart.
    Eventually after ...