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Ocracoke Island Beach at the Atlantic Coast of the Outer Banks.

The Ocracoke Island Beach is a wide leveled sandy beach and one of the most beautiful beaches at the Outer Banks. It is also a very popular beach. The Ocracoke Island Beach at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore can only be visited with a ferry.







Directions to the Ocracoke Island Beach:
From US Route 158 (southbound) resp. from US Route 64 (eastbound) turn on North Carolina State Route 12, also known as Cape Hatteras National Park Road. The road leads straigt to the ferry to the Ocracoke Island. At the Ocracoke Island the North Carolina State Route 12 leads to the Ocracoke Island Beach. The entrance of the Ocracoke Island Beach is at the left side of the road.
An other ferry is situated at the south of the Ocracoke Island. Arriving from the south, the entrance to the Ocracoke Island Beach is at the right side of the road.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Ocracoke Island Beach:
-  No Entrance / Parking Fee.
(as at: Mai 2010)


Infrastructure at the Ocracoke Island (Outer Banks):
- Restroom
- Shower





Beach Ranking at the Ocracoke Island Beach (Outer Banks):
- USA Beach Ranking 2011: 8. Place
- Atlantic Coast Top 5 Beach Ranking 2011: 3. Place



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