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In July, 2012, we traveled to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We camped one night at Oregon Inlet Campground at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. We liked that campground quite a bit, so one day we went to check out two other US Park Service campgrounds, Frisco, and Cape Point.
All three campgrounds are very different. Frisco is the only one with trees, and has some sites that are a bit higher, and have a view of the ocean across the campground. The downside is that these sites are a bit further from the ocean, but still an easy walk.
Frisco Campground has some beautiful campsites where a tent could actually be completely in the shade, at least at many of the sites. We rode through on Thursday, July 12, and very few sites were taken. We could have had our pick of excellent sites.
Frisco is at the tip of Hatteras Island, south of Oregon Inlet and Cape Point.
Here is a good map of Hatteras National Seashore.
We also saw a deer at a campsite.