No credit cards; cash or check only; sites are sand which could spin wheels; packed in extremely tight; very nice management. Nice beach across the street. Poor rate because of sandy narrow sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Kitty Hawk RV Park is a nice place to stay, nothing fancy but the staff is super friendly and helpful and everything is clean and well kept. There is great beach access which is what it's all about at the Outer Banks and an amazing seafood restaurant, The Black Pelican is one block away. Best tuna steaks ever! I would stay there again anytime I plan to visit the Kitty Hawk. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was extremely friendly. We were parked on site #1 which was really close to the ocean. We could watch the ocean from our unit. Considering where the park is we felt the price was really reasonable. They had permanent residents which was ok with us. Everyone was friendly to us. I don't believe they had laundry facilities or at least we did not see them. We did not need those services at that time. Internet was available by paying and was not ready available and included in the price. If we are traveling that way again we would definitely stay at this park and would recommend them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not a campground. It is a very crowded permanent trailer park with 12 +/- scattered very narrow sites rented to travelers at an unreasonably high price ($55). The few pluses: it's a short walk to a nice beach access, only option for Kitty Hawk (Wright Brothers, etc.) area. Has no restrooms or showers. WiFi is $17/day (so I checked "no"). Overall, a very unsatisfactory spot. Would not camp here again, (have seen Wright Brothers). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I chose this park because its proximity to the Wright Brother's museum. The sites have little to recommend them. There was free wifi from a nearby hotel. The sewer connection is uphill and right by the fence, so not terribly useful. There is no bath house or restrooms. It is definitely a one night only stop. There are many permanent residents. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our site was very narrow and squeezed in between two seasonals, but it was very windy when we were there so we were glad for the shelter from them! Access to the site was quite difficult though. It was a 50 amp hook up, and we needed 30 amp, but the owner loaned us an adapter so that was OK. There are NO restrooms. They do not accept credit/debit cards, only cash or checks. This is an excellent location just across the road from the beach. The staff were pleasant, and we enjoyed our stay. Te Wright Brothers Memorial is well worth a visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two days while visiting The Outer Banks. It is a very short walk across Highway 12 to the Atlantic Ocean. The park has it's own private beach. Close to Wright Bros Natl Park and shopping of all kinds. Manager very pleasant and helpful. Park has spaces with mostly permanent residents so reservations probably a good idea. Since this is not listed in Trailer Life Directory, it was a pleasant surprise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is what it is. It is a parking lot in an excellent location. We left our campground in Frisco early and called here (campgrounds near Nags Head are non-existent except for this one) and they were very friendly and accommodated us for two nights. We didn't have high expectations and mainly just wanted somewhere to park our camper to explore the area and that's what we did. You just cross the street to the beach which was perfect. The sites are so close that you can't even put your awning out but we spent little time at our camper while we were there. We went to Jockey Ridge State Park and the Wright Brothers Memorial which are very close and spent the day in Duck, NC which was also great. A smart investor should open up a nice RV park in the northern section of the Outer Banks. I would think it would do great - there is no competition. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.