We were a family of eight, six kids ranging from 2.5 to 17. I decided to get the kids into seeing if they could find Blackbeard's treasure, which is what helped them want to explore this area. It's true - no parking remotely near it. It's a small residential street - you really wouldn't expect it to be there if... 更多
July 20-22 National Geographic Your Shot crew was hosting free photo shoot tours all around the Ocracoke island, including sunset from this place. If you photographer, you will appreciate this spot. Come one hour before the sunset time, you will find what to photograph there. Don't forget to put long sleeves and pants, nats are nuts. Or spray, before you... 更多
There is no parking near the entrance to this location. We parked our golf cart at the lighthouse and hiked to it. Sand fleas on the beach welcomed us so we didn't stay long.
Been to Ocracoke many times and never really knew how to get here, but always heard about it. After a kayaking trip, we finally were able to explore it and follow it back to the road. It is a past the lighthpuse and as others have said, there is no parking. The house we rent is actually nearby, so that... 更多
Okay, so just like many other reviews say, there is literally no where to park, but you must find a way to get to the end of the trail. We ended up parking the car at the town center across the road to get to the lighthouse. It was a long walk to the preserve. My boyfriend and I hiked... 更多
I was here with friends and we were told not to miss this attraction. We had rented a golf cart and there was no place to park! You either have to walk here or ride a bicycle and lock it up at the bike rack inside the pathway. The path is thickly covered with foliage and rather buggy.
You can only walk to here or bike there--no car parking. There is a bike stand just around the bend from the main road. The trail is so well maintained it is an easy walk to the small beach. There are some oyster regeneration and some other habitat protection so be careful.