Ocracoke – Outer Banks, NC

May, 2013   //   by Chase Hasch   

We took the first ferry in the morning to Ocracoke. It took about 2 hours from Cedar Island. After our arrival we had to get an off road permit ($120) so that we could drive and park on the beach (this applies to the entire Outer Banks). Compare that to $12 a year beach access they charge in Texas and it includes free beach camping for the entire season – lol. No beach camping allowed on the Outer Banks. Don’t even try.

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Good news is you can’t really get lost on Ocracoke as it is pretty much one road going North to South. We found the first beach access after leaving town and checked the conditions. I got out my S Quad and my wetsuite and pumped up my 9 meter Chaos. I was out with my dad for quite a while until the wind picked up so much I couldn’t ride my 9 , plus it got late – so I packed up and my dad and I went to find a camp ground.

ferry hatteras

Turns out the camp ground had beach access and plenty of wind too. Oh well ;)

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