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This is our 2nd year camping here. Different staff, we love Stephanie from last year and glad when we were able to see her again. Weren't able to get our same spot, which we were prepared for, bring canopies for shade. Checked in last year...More
My son and I recently spent an awesome weekend at the campground. We arrived on the Swan Quarter ferry at about 12:30 after a short drive to the campground we picked out a spot (D10) went back to Ranger Station and checked in.
The campground was close enough to the center of everything that you don't feel like your on a deserted island, park rangers were great, super nice and helpful. I'm not sure who was supposed to be cleaning the bathrooms but that was not happening, there...More
Most National Park campgrounds have potable water fills and dump stations at their entrance, or inside the campground. The three Cape Hatteras campgrounds we visited decided to break with this pattern and place theirs at undisclosed locations, and not necessarily near the campgrounds. (Potable water...More
We went in shoulder season so our 3 night tent camping trip turned into an overnight because of the storms. We were also able to get a prime spot. We stayed at site D-1 which is directly behind the dunes with the beach on the...More
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We used an Eureka Taron 6 Basecamp. It weathered a storm with 50 mph gust like a champ with no leaks. Big thing make sure you set your tent up properly. Especially ensure tent is guyed out as it should be. If you are in open... More
We used an Eureka Taron 6 Basecamp. It weathered a storm with 50 mph gust like a champ with no leaks. Big thing make sure you set your tent up properly. Especially ensure tent is guyed out as it should be. If you are in open area of campground make sure you pay attention to wind direction and which way you point your tent. Use the wind to your advantage setting up tent. Stake out windward side first let wind help you set other sides. Take your time we saw a few tents destroyed while being set up. People trying to fight the wind they lost. Have fun.