Amenities: Full service sites are available with 30 / 50 amp service, sewer, water and cable TV. Wireless Internet access is available through OBXwan
Directions & Web Site: Located on a sandbar known as the Outer Banks, Kitty Hawk RV Park is at Mile Post 4 between the highways of Route 158 and Route 12. You will hear the roads
referred to as “the Bypass” Route 158 and Route 12 as “Beach Road”.
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Date of Stay: We stayed here April 13th, 2012 for 4 nights
Weather During Stay: The weather was perfect this time of the year. However it is always pretty windy on the outer banks so awnings are not a good thing to put out unless you want a new one.
Favorite Sites: We stayed on 31 and I would stay on it again if I was in the area ~ 32 looked like a good site too.
Rate: We payed 45.00 per night with a Good Sam discount.
Phone/TV/Internet: Both AT&T and Verizon phones worked well. We had good TV reception with our roof satellite (Direct). Also our Verizon Mi-fi card worked very good (3G)
Elevation/Landscape: Sea level with a lot of sand and seaside plant life.
Lighting/Noise: There was some noise from the road but it didn't bother us that much. Also no lights really did either.
Hiking/Walking/Biking: Miles & miles of beach to walk on. We didn't see to many people riding bike.
Things to See & Do: There is a ton of things to see and do on the Outer Banks ~ First there are 2 National places to visit: Wright Brothers National Monument & Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Plus there are 4 Lighthouses ~ There is a free 40 minute ferry to Ocracoke to see Ocracoke Lighthouse and drive around the quaint little island. Also up the road (north) there is not only another lighthouse but in Corolla there is a beach you can go out on if you have 4 wheel drive or you can take a guided tour to go see the wild mustang horses ~ descendants from the Spanish horses left their 500 years ago.
Rating: (6) This park was just OK but with that being said we would stay there again since it was a GREAT location.