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We really enjoyed our night at Oyster Point. The host was friendly and helped me find another campsite when my was taken by an unregistered guest. We were able to launch kayaks almost directly from campsite #11. Tent pads are big enough for 1 large tent or 2 small tents. The campground is small so fairly quiet.
Metal Fire Ring/Grill
Lots of lantern hooks
Port a Johns were very clean
The bugs are bad in June and bug spray didn't really help.
The sites aren't in order by number.
The gravel road had a lot of ruts in it so getting my trailer with kayaks in and out was a lot of trouble.
Port a johns were noticeably tilted down hill
The campground is in an awesome location. Walking distance from the beach or accessible by vehicle. If you have a four wheel drive, you can drive right into the beach. There is also a boardwalk that spans a lowland area and takes you to the dunes from the campground.
We had two sites. P57 and P62. 57 was barely usable. We were able to put stuff on the picnic table, but there wasn’t even room for the tent. 62 made up for it though. A little trail led from the parking spot into a massive area that had room for a large tent, picnic table, 5 chairs, and four hammocks. All of this was in a shaded area.
The shower/ bathroom facilities were great and the sites seemed secluded because of the trees that separated them.
We stayed in the Avon, Buxton, and Frisco area the entire time for surfing, paddle boarding, and just time at the beach.
The mosquitos were bad. Bring spray and candles for your campsite. Once we had citronella candles we were pretty good.
Shout out to Fox Watersports in Buxton for boards and lessons!!
This is not a”campground” per se, but rather a large area of national forest where dispersed camping is allowed. This is about as close to nature as it gets! All primitive camping, no amenities at all. Beautiful natural surroundings. Watch out for snakes and alligators!
We stopped to check it out and it was closed due to the coronavirus. It is also the location on the southern trailhead for the Neusiok trail, part of the mountains to see trail. Highly recommend hiking the trail from the campground! Views are beautiful!
The campground layout is nice, we had to move a picnic table to have a spot for our tent that wasn’t half in the grass. The area was teeming with mosquitoes in early June, and they bite through multiple layers of clothes.
Make sure you don’t face your tent entrance directly in the wind so you don’t blow the mosquitoes in.
If you want to go to the beach at night definitely bring a headlamp or flashlight because you’ll be taking a long wooden pathway across the swamp that’s next to the campgrounds. There was almost no one there after dark and it’s quite lovely on the beach.
The shower water is cold but there’s plenty of room. Portapotties and flush toilets are available.
Big campground with decent space between sites. Watch out for cacti and other prickly things in the grass.
Parked on the P loop to be closer to the beach boardwalk. He sites at the top are up the hill and have a nice view of the water.
Two of the bathrooms were open (post-Covid). They were ok. A used tampon on the floor of the shower turned us off!
They don’t have first come, first served anymore. Every site has to be reserved in advance.
The beach was pretty with lots of shells, but tons of 4x4 trucks and jeeps driving around was less than appealing to those who just want to walk on quiet beach.
One bar of Verizon service.
This campground feels built right into the dunes. It is a perfect place for a true Outer Banks experience. We enjoyed deer stopping by our camp site, and the wild, remote feeling here. It is dependent on the site you choose. Some are much more secluded than others.
Pet friendly, Fire ring and picnic table at each site. We return here often. There's amazing, world-famous fishing in the area, so in Spring and Fall this place can be packed and hard to get a reservation. It's a little too hot in July and august so we tend to avoid it during those months.
HIGHLIGHT: you can have a fire on the beach in this area and also drive on the beach. It's very peaceful and during certain times can be very remote.
WARNING: Bring a pad for your tent. We stayed on two different sites here and the first one had cactus and sand spurs so long they punctured our air mattress, through the bottom of the tent and two blankets. They were so bad on this site, we moved to another site that was much better. While looking at sites, we did notice this issue on multiple sites.