1 Park near Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
May 2015 - $60.00
OBX campground gave us some good and some bad. The sites are larger than other campgrounds in this area and the price is resonable for Outer Banks. Gravel roads and mostly gravel sites. Utilities were good but there is a charge for a cable box so we just used our satellite. The park is clean and well maintained. There are several sites that have that "permanent"look but they are well cared for. The wifi was good at our spot near the office.
The only issue I have is the site they assigned us to. I said earlier mostly gravel sites. When I called to make reservations,there was much discussion on their end of the phone about did they have a site for our 40' MH. They finally decided we could have site 22 for the requested 4 nights. Upon arrival we proceeded to site 22 and found a gravel pad for the MH with a sandpit for a patio. Across the street are two empty sites that would easily accommodate our rig with a gravel pad and nice green grass - no sand. So I'm thinking those must be reserved for people coming in later. After 3 days they are still empty and meanwhile we continue to try and keep sand out of our rig. I just don't understand why they would do this. Be sure and take look at your site and ask questions before you pay. - Pjoe
Apr 2015 - $60.00
This is a basic campground with full hook-ups, large sunny, grassy sites with a picnic table and a fire-pit at each site. There is a fishing pier also. We checked out other campgrounds in the area and this is the best by far. It is close to walking trails, the Wright Memorial, restaurants and shoppes. It is also close to Roanoke for the Memorial there. It is a beautiful drive down Cape Hatteras to the light house and the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum. We would stay her again. - swike
Nov 2014 - $40.00
This is a secluded and fairly new campground Located west of the Wright Brothers Memorial. The sites are large with gravel, surrounded by lawn, and level side to side. Features include a small dock on an inlet. The area is quiet except for an occasional fishing boat. The office staff are very helpful. There is no store or pool and few other amenities other than a small playground. The bath house is large and clean. After looking around, OBX appears to be the nicest campground in the north half of the Outer Banks. We will definitely stay here next year. - Solem8s