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Albert Styron's Store (Historical Site) One of five general stores on Ocracoke during the first half of the twentieth century, Albert Styron’s store, established in 1920, served the need of people living Down Point.
Berkley Castle Influenced by both New England turn-of-the-century resort architecture and by Colonial Williamsburg style, the Castle was built in the mid-1950s by industrialist Sam Jones.
Books to be Red A full service independent bookstore and gift shop offering a wide variety of gifts, from books and art supplies, to pottery, toys, yarn and much more.
Bragg-Howard House This house is representative of the basic island home, the historic "story and a jump," a diminutive frame house, one and a half stories high.
British Cemetery This small graveyard is the final resting place of four British sailors from an armed trawler torpedoed in 1942.
Captain's Landing All accommodations have excellent harbor and lighthouse views just steps from the water and enhanced by spectacular sunsets.
Captain's Cargo Captain’s Cargo is a unique gift boutique located in the old brick post office building carrying a delightful array of coastal and nautical items.
Dajio Enjoy the air conditioning interior or alfresco dining on the jasmine-filled patio and lively music at the Dajio bar many summer nights.
Ferries Part of an extensive state ferry system, the south terminal provides passage to Cedar Island and Swan Quarter and the north terminal connects Ocracoke with Hatteras Island..
Flying Melon Café The Flying Melon serves Creole and Southern cuisine made with fresh ingredients and local seafood.
Hammock Hills Nature Trail North of the village across from the NPS campground is Hammock Hills Nature Trail, a ¾ of a mile loop through some of the highest points on the island.
Howard Cemetery The Howard Cemetery is one of the oldest on the island and one of the largest. George Howard, son of the last Colonial owner, is buried here.
Howard Street Howard Street is a North Carolina treasure. No other street has the history and charm it boasts.
Loop Shack Hill A U.S. Navy installation designed to detect and deter U-boats off the North Carolina Coast during World War II.
NCCAT Ocracoke Campus The historic old Coast Guard building houses the Ocracoke branch of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
OCBA Information Center Ocracoke Civic and Business Association is a non-profit organization that promotes local businesses and events.
Ocracoke Beach The NPS lifeguarded beach is part of approximately sixteen miles of National Seashore and one of the most beautiful beaches on the eastern seaboard. The day use area has parking for about 100 vehicles.
Ocracoke Lighthouse Ocracoke Island’s most prominent landmark is its 75′ tall lighthouse built in 1823.
Ocracoke Preservation Society Museum & Shop The Ocracoke Preservation Society is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the preservation of Ocracoke Island’s rich historical and cultural heritage.
Off Road Driving South Point Road ORV beach access. Other access points are available as well.
Old Diver About one hundred years ago, Augustus Abner McQuire drown while attempting to repair the hull of a ship anchored off Ocracoke. He was buried on Ocracoke and became a local ghost legend.
Silver Lake Native islanders almost always refer to Silver Lake Harbor as "The Creek." More formally it is called "Cockle Creek," a name used for generations.
Springer's Point Springer’s Point is the last maritime forest remaining in Ocracoke Village. Off its shore is Teach's Hole, where Blackbeard's last battle took place.
The Slushy Stand Whether renting a bike, or looking for a robust cup of coffee or something to satisfy your sweet tooth, The Slushy Stand is a great choice!
Variety Store The Ocracoke Variety Store carries groceries, bait, tackle, ice, ice cream, propane exchange tanks, beer, wine, and fresh meats daily.
Village Craftsmen Village Craftsmen on Howard Street offers an extensive selection of quality American-made handcrafts.


Published:March 26, 2016

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