This is a site I used for my old rv on my property but I’m not always using it, so it’s available. It’s pretty basic, just on the side of my yard. We are located in downtown hatteras and walking distance to everything. 30 amp electric with city water.( No septic. No cable tv.)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hatteras Village on the Soundside in North Carolina.
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Perfect stay me
I had a good time staying at Hatteras village sound side . All the action is within walking distance and the accommodation is just what I need. Ryan is very helpful and pleasant to deal with.
Just want we wanted .
Great location , walkable to restaurants and boat harbor. water and 30amp electric . quiet campared to an rv park witch we enjoy , as we spend all our time on the beach . also close to ferry docs so a day trip to ocracoke would be easy from this location.
Best spot in all hatteras village
Ryan is a wonderful host. He is generous and welcoming. He is very responsive via text and also just to talk to when he's out in his yard. The space and hookups are great. Easy to manuver into. Ryan can point you in the right direction for all the OBX things you'd want to do.
Great place to stay in hatteras
The site is alongside Ryan's house in the middle of Hatteras. I was initially concerned that it was next to a main street, but then realized it was THE main street and hardly a busy one.
We were able to walk everywhere we wanted to visit. We went to the beach, rented a boat, got a golf cart, and dined at some nice restaurants... all within minutes of the site.
I liked the experience more because I got a good view of village life (watching the ships unload their catch at the harbor was extraordinary), versus sitting in some scrub bushes nearby and missing the action.
We visited the other RV parks in the area and the were mostly crowded open lots with no charm.
Our hosts filled us in on how the great house, like many in the village, was built floor-by-floor in stages, starting in 1906. Ryan's 5-year-old son filled us in on all the important matters of the day and his 7-year-old daughter showed us a few acrobatics, but mostly we were left alone.