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It is on its way from the ferry from Hatteras so you might as well stop for a few minutes. It wont take your breath away but its free and a nice place to stay and stretch you legs for a few minutes and watch the ponies or the beach across the road before you continue your journey down to... 更多
Knowing this attraction was a hit or miss with seeing ponies, we didn't put much expectation on it. We stopped just after we got off the ferry in the most searing heat we've experienced in a while. There is a little platform with stairs so you can look over the fence and see the ponies that were milling about. We... 更多
We stopped here twice during the week we were at the Outer Banks on vacation. The ponies looked healthy, but there are only 2 ponies in the pen closest to the road. Having been to see the wild horses up in Corolla, this was a big letdown. On the other hand it's a free activity so I suppose that's a... 更多
We stopped and climbed the short way to the deck overlooking the Ocracoke pony grazing and feeding pens. Limited signage tells less than the history available on-line. Please read on-line to better understand the history and the importance of this stop.
I have been ther before but this time was only able to see one white pony in a coral from a distance. I love horses and all animals so we will be going again on our next visit to the island.
I think we just hit it at wrong time of day. Since the ponies have a great deal of freedom to roam, there was only one pony peaking from the pen. It was also very hot and I'm sure they were seeking shade.
There's some pony in a pen...that's really about it. They were all just laying around when we came by so really pretty boring
The pony pens are somewhat underwhelming, since there are only like 3 horses there, and they're basically domesticated. But it's still a fun stop, especially if you don't have a lot of time with animals and enjoy it. It's amazing to think about horses living out on what is now a complete island, and the history here is fun to... 更多
I met with the heard manager and got a facility tour and met several of the ponies. The viewing deck allows travelers to see much of the sanctuary and ponies while they are out in their fields. Please don't feed treats to the ponies. They are not domesticated like our horses we have at home.
The pony pens are at the far side of the island. It's a nice drive out (about 7-8 miles). The ponies are in pens and are standing in a field. You can take pictures of them but not get real close.