It’s obvious that the main reason the Outer Banks attracts so many visitors is its environment. You have Carolina blue skies, rolling sand dunes, expansive marshland, the Currituck Sound, Pamlico Sound and the mighty Atlantic Ocean. And what better way is there to enjoy this landscape than by living in it? Outer Banks campgrounds punctuate our coastline, but most are situated on the southern end, from Roanoke Island down to Ocracoke. Some are cradled in trees and cater to mostly tent campers; many of the National Park Service campgrounds are located right next to the ocean in sandy, unshaded terrain; a few are clusters of long-term camping RVs combined with weekly tent campers; a couple offer so many amenities they're called camping resorts -- horseshoes, badminton nets, tennis courts, pools and game rooms. You get to choose what geography you like along with the personality of the campground that will fit your needs. Check out all the listings we have here that will describe each Outer Banks campground and its amenities, then your choice will be as easy as folding back up that mega-tent!
Outer Banks Accommodations by Area
Outer Banks Accommodations by Category