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Located at the southernmost tip of North Carolina's Outer Banks, Ocracoke Island is part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore and boasts almost 16 miles of pristine, undeveloped beaches. Accessible only by Ferry, private boat or plane, Ocracoke is a oasis for the family, casual tourist, nature lover, fisherman, or recreational boater.
Edwards of Ocracoke
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Ocracoke Preservation Society, Inc.
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Wind and water shape the island's dunes and inlets, and yet a maritime forest at Buxton provides a calm oasis. The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, tallest in the nation, was nearly claimed by the Atlantic Ocean but was rescued in the nick of time in 1999 by moving the entire structure away from the sea. But perhaps most importantly is the fact that Hatteras Island is one of the last places on earth where you can go on the Fourth of July weekend and stake out a stretch of beach to call your very own.
The Wind Surf Shop
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Visit Creekside Cafe in Ocracoke
The Island Inn & Dining Room
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Howard's Pub & Raw Bar Restaurant
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Visit Restless Sportfishing in Ocracoke
Thurston House Inn
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