For endless unspoiled sand and surf, head for this oceanfront KOA on the Outer Banks. Its just a few steps from your campsite over the dunes and right to the Atlantic. Walk the beach for miles, hunting for shells, casting for bluefish and scouring the surface for dolphins that often cavort on by. Or head across this sliver of an island its just a quarter-mile wide, to Pamlico Sound, where windsurfers and kiteboarders scoot off toward the horizon. There's also a full roster of summer activities at the campground - everything from pool games to basketball tournaments, craft activities like bead jewelry making, live skits and live music provided by the Summershiners. Finish with a dip in either of two pools and grab a bite at the poolside snack bar. Our Big Bouncer is a great hit with the entire family. Enjoy a family-oriented film under the stars at our Outdoor Cinema. Grab your sleeping bag and some change and hit the snack bar. The KOA Fun Train chugs through the campground daily, with your conductor pointing out campground highlights and local attractions. Fun here is as limitless as the sand. Enjoy the comforts of home in our all new lodges that sleep up to 6 people! Fires are allowed at your campsite in a fire stand only. We have fire stands that we rent ($10/night) or, if you have one, please feel free to bring it. GPS Coordinates: N 35 Degrees, 34.499W 075 Degrees, 28.006
Beaches, Fishing, KOA Campfire Time, KOA Express Fun Train, Local Crafts and Galleries, Outdoor Cinema, Shelling, Summer recreation program, Tie-Dyed T-shirts, Water Activities, Windsurfing
Electrical hookups, Pets OK, Water hookups
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Reviews of Cape Hatteras Koa
Reviewed by Justcallme Mel on February 7, 2013
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It's a fun, family campground in a great location. There's always something for the kids, young and old, to do. They are rebuilding and growing since hurricanes hit. New pool, new buildings. The ocean is beautiful - but the surf can be rough for the timid. The staff is friendly and outgoing. The only negative I can give is that due to the nature of the grounds, there is very little privacy or scenery at your campsite.
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