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Ramp 63 New beach access ramp - opening soon
Sound Access Road Pamlico Sound ORV access about two and a half miles north of the pony pasture.
Sound Access Road Pamlico Sound ORV access about one and a half miles north of the pony pasture.
North Ferry Terminal Parking Parking for about 15 vehicles is available here with several paths to the beach.
North End Final Turn Parking This lot has room for about 23 vehicles. This access point has separate pedestrian and vehicle access. Watch for trucks once you get over the dunes.
North of Pony Pasture Parking This lot has about 25 spaces available with several paths to the beach.
Pony Pasture Parking Parking available on both sides of highway 12. There are about 18 spaces total. Be careful crossing. The speed limit here is 55 mph, so cars will be travelling fast.
Campground Parking 46 spaces. Pedestrians share access with off-road vehicles when ramp is open. Watch for moving vehicles if you use this access point.
Airport Parking Room for about 20 vehicles. Pedestrians share access with off-road vehicles. Watch for moving vehicles if you use this access point.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: Ferry Office.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: The Community Store.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: Spencer's Market.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: Ocracoke Coffee Company.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: Howard's Pub.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: NPS Visitor Center.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: Village Craftsmen.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: The Slushy Stand.
Ocracoke Observer The newspaper of Ocracoke Island. Pick up a copy here: The Variety Store.
Sheriff Department Sheriff Office
Sound access road Pamlico Sound ORV access at the north ferry terminal.
Sound access road Pamlico Sound ORV access just south of the north ferry terminal.
Sound access road Pamlico Sound ORV access near the National Park Service Campground.
Ramp 59 North Point ORV beach access
Ramp 67 ORV beach access near Molasses Creek.
Ramp 68 Campground ORV beach access.
Ramp 70 Airport ORV beach access.
Ramp 72 South Point Road ORV beach access.
Ocracoke Post Office United States Post Office
Public Boat Ramp Public Boat Ramp
Public Parking Free public parking for Ocracoke visitors near the south ferry terminal and the NPS Visitor Center.
Ocracoke Health Center
Ocracoke Airport Built in 1968 and located within the boundaries of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Ocracoke Airport is maintained by the United States Park Service.
NPS Lifeguarded 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.
North Ferry Terminal Part of an extensive state ferry system, the north terminal connects Ocracoke with Hatteras Island.
South Ferry Terminal Part of an extensive state ferry system, the south terminal provides passage to Cedar Island and Swan Quarter.
WOVV Community Radio - 90.1 FM
Ocracoke Community Park Park and Ball Fields
Ocracoke Volunteer Fire Department
NCCAT Ocracoke Campus The historic old Coast Guard building houses the Ocracoke branch of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
Ocracoke Library For many years Ocracoke boasted the tiniest public library in the United States. The current library replaced the 96 square foot small wood frame building in 1998.
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Published:December 9, 2014

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