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All reviews light house limited parking walk up private residence the outer banks minute parking worth the trip ferry ride nice stop quick stop piece of history silver lake few minutes golf cart coast guard north carolina island
Not much to see other than the lighthouse and plaque explaining that it is still used today and its walls are 5 ft thick at the bottom and the house is a private residence. You can't go up it as it's still used today. We...More
The Ocracoke Lighthouse reminds me of serenity. It is small and quaint with a white picket fence. So peaceful looking! It is located next to the historic lightkeeper's house which is now a private residence. The lighthouse is the oldest active light in NC. My...More
We saw it coming in on the ferry and then wandered around to look at it. This is just a few minutes to check out as the inside is not open. Italy’s for great pictures especially when they sky in the background is interesting.
The original Ocracoke Lighthouse was built in 1795; the Ocracoke Lighthouse we see today located at 360 Lighthouse Road, Ocracoke Road, Ocracoke, NC 27960, 252-473-2111, was built in 1823.
The lighthouse has full interior access during the Summer months which means access to the interior...More
Picturesque beauty abounds here and if you're going to visit, seek out Springers Point in the inlet. It's where Blackbeard lost his head, and it's also a nature preserve with great views and sea glass for collectors.