Edwards of Ocracoke

Address: 226 Old Beach Road, Ocracoke, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27960, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 226 Old Beach Road, Ocracoke, is near Ocracoke Lighthouse, British Cemetery, Windfall Schooner Cruise, and Deepwater Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocracoke

    Day 3 - Kitty Hawk, NC to Ocracoke Island, NC

    A travel blog entry by southtoalaska on Jun 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the outer banks to the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. At 198.5 feet it is the tallest lighthouse in the United States...which of course means it must be climbed. 257 steps later we made it to the top and were rewarded with a beautiful view of the point of Cape Hatteras and a welcomed breeze.

    We climbed back down and had a lovely lunch in ...

    Windy Cape Hatteras

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Nov 08, 2014

    23 photos

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    We stayed at Camp Hatteras at a gorgeous waterfront site on the Sound side of the "spit". The campground spans 1/2mile across the spit from the Atlantic Ocean to the other side called Pamlico Sound. We just made it in time to see the sun setting! But it wasn't long before we had howling winds at 43KMH buffeting our motorhome well into the night! In talking to someone the next day she thought the gusts were much higher! We didn't ...

    To Ocracoke!!!

    A travel blog entry by mrweinstein on Jul 09, 2013

    38 photos

    ... come to the end. Not of our journey mind you, just the end of the island! Here a ferry will take you over to Ocracoke Island since it's only accessible in this manner. No bridges, no tunnels. This is what makes Ocracoke so charming...it's isolation. In fact the small town spent so much of it's history separated from the mainland that the people native to the island actually developed their own dialect of english!

    The ferry is a small one, holding only 30 vehicles. ...

    Just A Wait'n on A Phone

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on Jun 05, 2013

    13 photos

    ... ferry that is crossing from Ocracoke Island to Cedar Island. Soon we will be turning inland and will be leaving the Outer Banks behind us. Another part of the adventure has begun. 6/5 Jim - since spending 3 days with Larry & Cheryl we consider them to be more than fellow cyclist, they are our friends. It is with a sense of great heartfelt gratitude for all they did for us that we start paddling away from their cottage and towards the ferry. I hope we see them again some ...

    Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... legendary family feud not far from here in the late 1800s, is nominated for 16 awards. Sixty-two million viewers watched it on the History Channel over Memorial Day weekend. It wouldn't be the first time a Family Feud is honored with an Emmy (Ric***********, 1978, Outstanding Host in a Game or Audience Participation Show). And that's your TV enlightenment for the day. You're welcome.


    We pass by Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on our ...