Saturday, August 27, 2016

U S Park Service - Oregon Inlet Campground

There are National Parks, National Monuments, etc.  This is a National Seashore near Nags Head, North Carolina.

We stopped at the National Seashore information center to ask about national park service campgrounds.

There are four campgrounds in the park.  We selected the Oregon Inlet campground at Nags Head to visit.

Each campsite is provided with a fire/barbecue stand and a picnic table.  The sites are all back-ins and are suitable for RVs and tents.  Just over the dunes here is the ocean.

There are no hook-ups at the sites.  Restroom/shower facilities are provided as shown here.  There is a spigot for drinking water.  Each back-in site is paved as are the access roads.

I don't know the RV length limitation but as you can see, large class A's  seem to fit.  There are 120 campsites.  Reservations are welcome and the campground closes at the end of November.

There are absolutely no shady sites.  When we were here, the high temperature was 82 and there was a nice breeze from the ocean.  We will stay here next time.

Have you ever seen such a good dog?  I have never fed Tippy-Too any human food; therefore, she does not beg or try to get my snacks.  The only exception is our morning Egg McMuffin.

Our next trip is planned for a Good Sam rally in Perry, Georgia the middle of September; however, sometimes trips just pop-up.
Whenever, we'll hope you will travel with us.

Ron, Tippy-Too and Treky

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