Some campgrounds in North Carolina with beach access are Bear Island in Hammocks Beach State Park, Cape Lookout National Seashore and the Cape Hatteras Kampground of America. The state park sites offer a primitive camping experience, while the KOA has several modern amenities.Continue Reading
Bear Island lies near Swansboro in the Hammocks Beach State Park. The island contains 14 regular campsites, each with space for six people, along the beach and near the inlet. Two more campsites cater to registered groups of 12 or 24 people. The island features minimal campgrounds but does offer water, electricity, showers and restrooms in select areas from March to November.
The Cape Lookout National Seashore offers 56 miles of coastline along which visitors can set up primitive camps. There are no designated camp sites, no regularly-maintained drinking water locations, no trash cans and no RV hook-ups. Campers must arrive fully prepared and leave nothing behind.
Conversely, the Cape Hatteras KOA on the Atlantic coast offers a full range of modern amenities. Tent sites, RV hook-ups, television, wireless Internet, a pool and a snack bar are just a few of the services. Campers can also take part in special activities, such as Pirate Days and KOA Campfire Time.Learn more about Geography