This campground was basically our summer home growing up! So many good memories! Had the opportunity to bring my husband and kiddos there and it was exactly like I remembered! ❤
FHU, 30/50amp and right on the beach!
This was a great campsite! We came in after dark, but they are open late to still check us in. The parking spot for the trailers are paved and that was an easy set up. The beach area has close parking, and beach area was very clean, spacious, and beautiful. The tennis, put put, shuffleboard, dog park, and playground were all fun. The only downside was the equipment for the sports area was not in good condition. Bathrooms were always very clean, so glad for that. Overall, will return for another visit!
Great spot especially on a clear night with a full sky of stars. Feels like you are far away from everything.
My friends and I stayed here over the summer. Very beautiful scenery between the Atlantic and the sound.
We stayed at the Atlantic beach side of the campground, sites were just over the dunes from the beach. Beach area was for use by camp Hatteris customers and was uncrowded the times we were there. Facilities were clean and well equipped. Some free games putt putt golf and such, game room with coin operated pool tables and video games. Campground was very busy most of the time with a lot of golf carts running around the narrow streets but relatively quiet evenings and friendly staff. Lost power a couple of times during our stay, the day we left it was out for a few hours had to use the generator, for what they charge for a site seems they could have a backup power source. The nearest town was Nags Head about 30 ,miles has all the usual restaurants and shops, grocery stores and Walmart. Kitty Hawk is 45 minutes away with the Wright brothers museum. The ferryboat ride to ocracoke island is essential to a visit to the OBX very nice little town.
Great facilities. Very clean. On the ocean or across the road on the sound. Staff excellent. We have been here 3 times. We look forward to coming back
Just got back from another trip here. Site 382 and most of the sound front sites now have less tall grass (to improve view?) And the sound front area now has large rocks on the shore for erosion control. This is good and bad, it's now much harder for people and dogs to go out there and swim and harder to launch paddleboards and kayaks into the sound. We made it work and still went in with our dogs, but watched many struggle to launch a kayak, often needing 2-3 people to make it work.
We still love everything this place has to offer and they seem to be increasing their Facebook presence, posting activity reminders on their page for those of us staying to keep us up to date on where and when activities are. It's a nice touch to stay connected with guests.
We stayed for two weeks in July and dealt with heat waves and other days of terrible winds, either way it was an amazing place to call home for that long. Laundry is easy to access and the bath houses are clean and well lit inside and out.
They are also in a great location to walk or bike to shops, restaurants, ice cream, the pier and other activies, yet still not be in an over run touristy area. There were many days we walked to shops, breakfast, lunch and gift shops.
Highly recommend it here and can't wait to go back.
Camp Hatteras is a gated campground in the Outer Banks of NC. this was a very large campground with level pads for RV's, picnic tables at every site, a bathhouse near a covered picnic area and a beautiful board walk to the beach.
They had many fun amenities our kids loved, like shuffleboard, tennis a playground, basketball court, game room, putt-putt and more!! There was a fishing pond for catch and release fishing (on site) and even bike parking! There was even a dog obstacle course would be quite an experience for any family with four legged friends! There is a laundry room on site and even a conference center on the sound side of Hwy 12.
We also liked that we could choose a site on the ocean side or on the sound side. We have had such beautiful sunsets on the Outer Banks - we couldn't resist the sound side! The sites are close together - just hope for good neighbors!
Our biggest disappointment was that there were no fire pits - although we did have a bonfire on the beach (after acquiring a permit) - not the same as at your site!
Our absolute favorite place. This is the reason we got a camper….to make this vacation possible every year. They have concrete pads, full hook up sites on both the ocean and sound side of Rt 12. They offer themed activities, multiple pools, playground, dog park area, bath houses with laundry, arcade/game room, mini golf, basketball, tennis courts, and amazing sunset views from the sound front sites and viewing area. They also have a marina on site to rent jet skis or drop in your kayaks and paddle boards in the sound. Not far from restaurants, the Rodanthe Pier and family activities.