Set away from the highway behind the service station/market it was quiet. Sites are short but wide, level and mostly on grass. Some had outdoor showers or grills, most had picnic tables. However, for $50/night in mid-April, they should have had adequate voltage. We had voltage drops low enough to cause the progressive to interrupt the power. This was with only 8 other sites occupied. Restrooms were rustic but very clean. On the women' slide, one of three toilets and one of three showers was out-of-order. We didn't use the Wi-Fi but both major cellular carriers had strong signals. Golf cart rental next door and the market were convenient. The staff were pleasant. They very kindly extended my checkout time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites with water and electricity make for much nicer camping during hot weather. Dump station on site. Comfortable size sites, quiet even with live music next door since the music ended at 10 pm. Walking distance to everywhere in the village. Nice fence with places to put up a line for wet towels, etc. Site was not pull through, but large enough to back in easily. Open year around. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A small basic campground in back of the gas station on Ocracoke Island. New manager is trying to clean up the campground. He is trying to control the free roaming dogs and feral cats in the area. A few 50 amp sites and most sites are for 35 foot or less. We get the E/W site and use the dump station a few times during our 2 week stay. In October, lots of surf fisherman were there - us included. We had no problems and it was very quiet. The bugs were not too bad until the last night but I hadn't sprayed around our area for a few days. We plan to stay here again next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I made our reservations in August for an October stay. When we arrived they did not have our reservation. We were told we could dry camp, next to the road and have a hook up site the following night. It had rained and the campground was swamped. We have a 38 foot motor home and doubt we would have fit anyway. The sites are crammed into a small area behind the only gas station on the island. There are not good interior roads. They do offer a dump station. Even though they are on "island time", I don't think this is very professional. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No water/electricity at the sites, and no hot water showers. Bathrooms are pretty basic/rustic. Lots of sand spurs they were everywhere. Very nice beach. Not many CG choices on the island, and they close this one at the end of October for the winter. The rate reflects the National Park Senior Pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A beautiful campsite. Despite the fact that there are no hook-ups on site, we thoroughly enjoyed our time here. We did take advantage of the 50% discount resulting from the National Park Senior Pass. Even though it was the end of April, we were often attacked by large mosquitoes. There are only limited sites for RVs of 40 ft or more; check at the gate. There is a free dump across the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large National Park flat campground with nicely spaced asphalt sites though about 30 feet deep on 4 loops. Bathrooms were clean. Cold water showers in separate shacks ("shack" accurate description) Sand spurs in the grass so check shoes for stuck on ones before getting back in camper. (yeh, really stick in van carpets and then in you) Right by dunes and gorgeous Atlantic beach. Dump just across the highway by nice nature trial. Stayed 2 days and enjoyed it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful inexpensive alternative to some other facility in the area. We truly enjoyed it there. We drove our Jeep on the beach, that was great experience. WARNING: there are some kind of yellow flowers and small spiny cacti that will stick to everything including your dog, and they hurt. The last day of operation was on 10/10/10, and we had to leave this little bit of paradise even though it was 83 degrees, and the campground had a lot of individuals there. (US government I guess.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has over 130 sites in four loops along the dunes. There are no hookups but they have modern bathrooms and outside cold showers. Pretty campground but not much privacy. Some of the people were able to pitch their tents under the undergrowth for protection. A quick walk over a dune to the big, beautiful beach. The closest National Park Campground in the outer banks to the beach. Very peaceful campground but we did have some jerk keep his truck running most of the night with his headlights on our site and the one next to us. The Pleasure Way next to us from Quebec left around 1:30 am and found another site in the campground. A nice bike trail 3 miles into the village and the village has anything one would want – markets, restaurants, visitor centers, docks and shops. We would definitely stay here again and you can find a spot most nights except in the summer the holiday weeks. One guide told us why anyone wants to camp here in the summer is amazing because it is hot and the big swamp bugs come out in force to bite you. You can make reservations for the campground and with a pass it is only $12 a night! Great little island and especially visiting it during the spring and fall! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Delightful dry campground tucked behind the dunes. Open with scattered low evergreens. Water available (to fill tanks). Dump available (just outside CG). No Cellphone Service or gas stations on Ocracoke. Sites are well spaced with paved pads. Multiple "trails" across dunes to beach. Only 3 miles to Ocracoke Village. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice campground with sand dunes between the camp sites and the ocean. A good place to ride bicycles, walk along the beach, and eat great seafood in the nearby town of Ocracoke. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Fantastic dry camping spot right behind the dunes on the Outer Banks (Hatteras Nat'l Rec Area). Listened to the surf as we drifted off to a restful sleep. Steps to a gorgeous wide beach. Relatively few campers this time of year. The campground was closing in a few days. This one stays open the longest off all the NPS campgrounds at Hatteras. Skeeters were quite bad. A lot of souvenirs (bug bites) to take home. Also, watch out for jellyfish. Saw a number washed up on the beach. Oh well, that's camping. Only 3 +/- miles to great town of Ocracoke for some cheap eats and good company at Howard's pub and Jason's Restaurant across the street. Dump station right across Hwy 12 from the campground. Also, can take on potable water here for your RV. Friendly rangers also, they accept credit cards. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We parked our motor home here after Labor Day when the park was half empty. Our site was grassy and open. Others were under trees. Most of the park were permanent seasonals, so reservations would be necessary in the summer. I think that only the seasonals have sewer connections. This park is very convenient - directly next to the British Cemetery and within walking distance to the Deepwater Theater. The park is also within walking distance of the public library which has Wi-Fi and computers to use. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would not stay here again except in case of emergency. We thought this would be the perfect place for a night stopover before heading further north on the OBX. But right on arrival we were attacked by large mosquitoes and counted more than 10 bites while parking the trailer. The site was swampy with a grass cover, very unlevel and the electric hookup had no breaker. Access to the site from a public road (not very busy but still unacceptable to me). The village is quaint and easy to access from the campground. When leaving on the next morning it took me 10 minutes and a phone call to find somebody who would collect the rate. My overall impression is that this campground is meant for permanents and not for travellers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Actually this campground is in someone's backyard. Price is right and you can walk to anything in the village but don't expect any amenities except electricity and water. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
"Mosquito-infested swamp" is the description that first comes to mind. We arrived one day after a rain and most of the place was flooded. Stayed one night with little change in drainage. No sewer hookups were available. The sewer system consists of a network of above-ground pipes, all of which seem to run to the "permanent" residents. The power hookup was an outlet with no circuit breaker. The proprietor has a full-time job elsewhere, so it is extremely difficult to get him on the phone. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Teeters is not a resort Campground, far from it. It is a decent place to put your camper within walking distance of mostly everything. It has no amenities but it is quiet and certainly has charm. I always liked the place and will return. This is a great island to walk around and relax and slip into an "Ocracoma". If you are looking for fancy and fast paced, Keep Going! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is inexpensive. Only $25 a night for water and electric. This was our second time here. It is located in the center of it all in Ocracoke. Basically, it is a good place to park your rig. The sites have good grass, but watch out for the sand burrs. It is not a resort campground, but you do get what you pay for. A nice campsite with water and electric. Our friends camped with us in a 40ft. motorhome and were able to get in a site. Bring cash, no credit cards. We camped here in a Motorhome.