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Coastal Tiki Hideaway & Cozy Camper

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · Pine Knoll Shores, Carteret
Bring your RV (or tent) to the coast or camp in our RV! Nestled alongside our home, this camping retreat is just minutes from Morehead City’s waterfront, historic Beaufort, Atlantic Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, Croatan National Forest, and Cape Lookout National Seashore. After spending the day at the beach or exploring the area, come back to your cozy camper to relax in the hammock, grill out, eat at the picnic table under the expansive branches of our 30' magnolia tree, and gather ‘round the campfire to enjoy some s’mores. --COASTAL TIKI HIDEAWAY CAMPSITES-- We offer two campsites on 1/3 of an acre in Morehead City, NC - just minutes from the beach. Both are full hook-up (water, electric, sewer), 30 amp (not 50 amp), and are both set-up for RVs or tents. --COASTAL COZY CAMPER-- In addition to the two campsites, we also have our camper set-up for vacation rentals. Our 26’ Jayco Jay Flight Bunkhouse camper comfortably sleeps up to 5 and features a queen-size master bed with privacy curtain, a bunkhouse with two full-size beds and individual privacy curtains, and a convenient RV flip sofa. There is a built-in refrigerator/freezer and fully stocked kitchen with stove and oven and a kitchen table with booth seating. The bathroom has a standard RV tub shower with water heated by a 6-gallon propane water heater. The living room has a flat-screen TV, and the master bedroom has a flat-screen TV with Roku. High-speed WiFi throughout. --AMENITIES-- The campsites and camper are located in Morehead City next to our home on about 1/3 of an acre. The entire space is fenced-in. The entrance/exit, all amenities, and community space are located on the fenced-in lot next door to our home. We have an outdoor fire pit, charcoal grill, two picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, hammock, wooden bench swing, fishing kayaks, an outdoor sink and countertop area, palm trees, and boat trailer parking. --PET POLICY-- Pets are welcomed; although, certain pet breeds are restricted, such as Pit Bull, Doberman Pinscher, Rottweiler, and German Shepherd. Message host for specifics. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your pet. --WIFI-- We are a small, family-owned operation. At the current moment, we are not offering wifi. --KAYAKS-- The two fishing kayaks are complimentary and included in your stay. The kayak racks are located on the fence at the front of the property. There’s a life jacket and a whistle with each kayak, as you will need to have those on board per Coast Guard regulations. With the Crystal Coast having so many waterways and water access points, there really are several different places to launch your kayak throughout the area, so it's easy to have a unique experience with each new adventure! The two kayak launches that we recommend are the Beaufort waterfront and the Morehead City waterfront. The kayak launch on the Beaufort waterfront is near the corner of Front St and Pollock St at Grayden Paul Park. It is near all the ferry ticket booths and docks. The launch is a sandy strip of land, where you can easily get into the water and then paddle around Taylor’s Creek and enjoy Carrot Island. If you get lucky, you might see the wild horses on Carrot Island! At the Morehead City waterfront, there is a local kayak company at Jaycee Park by the transient docks, and they put their kayaks in the water there. I would instead recommend going to the Morehead City waterfront at 10th St., where there is a little beach, boat ramp, dock, small fishing pier, and kayak launch. This is just a block over from Jaycee Park where the other kayak company is located. From here, you can paddle over to Sugarloaf Island and enjoy the beaches on the island. Keep in mind that our amenities and grounds are shared with any guests vacationing at the Coastal Tiki Hideaway and the Coastal Cozy Camper, and there is not a reservation process for the kayaks. It is first come, first served. Also transportation of the kayaks to and from your destination is the responsibility of each of our guests, but feel free to message us with any questions or for any tips as you are planning your kayak trip. --THE LOCAL AREA-- The Coastal Tiki Hideaway and the Coastal Cozy Camper are located at the North Carolina Crystal Coast - NC's Southern Outer Banks - specifically the Morehead City area, just minutes away from historic Beaufort, Atlantic Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, Croatan National Forest, and Cape Lookout National Seashore. 1 mile to Restaurants/Stores 3 miles to Croatan National Forest public game lands 4 miles to Public Boat Ramp 6 miles to Morehead City Waterfront 6 miles to Atlantic Beach 9 miles to Beaufort 9 miles to Fort Macon State Park 11 miles to NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores --SPECIFIC LOCATION-- *Online Maps may have our address listed as either Morehead City, NC 29557 or Newport, NC 28570. This is the same location. If you look on the map, you’ll notice we are located in a small neighborhood just off of hwy 70 as Newport meets Morehead City. Also, online satellite maps may show an older view of what our street looked like from before Hurricane Florence, so don’t let it worry you if it doesn’t show campsites. :-) --WITHIN 5 MIN-- We are located in a neighborhood just a block’s walk to places like Dunkin’ Donuts, Fiesta Burrito Mexican Restaurant, and Circle K. Across the street and also within a 5 min drive, you’ll find businesses such as Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Walmart, West Marine, Panera Bread, Chick-Fil-A, McDonalds, EJW Outdoors, Soundside Steak and Seafood Restaurant, and Food Network award-winning Happy Cakes cupcakery. --ABOUT MOREHEAD CITY-- Downtown Morehead City boasts waterfront dining and live music at places like Jack’s Waterfront Restaurant and Southern Salt Seafood. You’ll find professional offshore fishing charters, local boat tours and ferry rides to places like the Cape Lookout Lighthouse, Shackleford Banks and the wild horses, and Sand Dollar Island. The Morehead City waterfront also features a white sand beach, boat ramp, and small fishing pier. It is home to events like the Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament, NC Seafood Festival, Crystal Coast Grand Prix, Alive-at-Five live summer music series, Christmas flotilla, Fourth-of-July fireworks and live music, and New Year’s Eve fireworks and 'crab pot' drop. --ABOUT BEAUFORT-- Historic Beaufort is North Carolina's third oldest town. Take a double-decker bus tour through the historic district, visit the NC Maritime Museum to see artifacts from Blackbeard's ship The Queen Anne's Revenge, hop aboard the Beaufort Pirate's Revenge for some sailing and swashbuckling pirate adventure, visit the Watercraft Museum for boatbuilding classes, enjoy ferry rides and boat tours to the local islands, wild horses, Shackleford Banks, and Cape Lookout Lighthouse and National Seashore. --ABOUT ATLANTIC BEACH-- At the Atlantic Beach Circle, you’ll find the newly renovated and expanded Tackle Box Tavern and Bite at the Box featuring beachfront food and brews; Idle Hour Biergarten, where you can sink your toes in the sand and enjoy food and a cold drink; and the Bahia Beach House and Surf Bar. You can also enjoy a game of volleyball or play in the sand and sea at the lifeguarded beach. Within minutes from the Atlantic Beach Circle, you can eat soundside at Food-Network featured Amos Mosquitos or visit the Oceanana Fishing Pier and Restaurant for fresh seafood, fishing, and live music. You'll also find the Crystal Coast Brewing Company, surf shops, a local diner, fishing charters, and the new Atlantic Beach Town Park complete with playground, splash pad, mini-golf, skate park, basketball court, and field. Atlantic Beach is also home to beachfront Fort Macon State Park and several events throughout the year like the Beach Music Festival, International Food Festival, Stargazing and free summer music series at Fort Macon, movies in the park, King Mackerel Fishing Tournament, Christmas Parade, Smoke on the Water Bonfire, and New Year's Day Penguin Plunge! --ABOUT PINE KNOLL SHORES-- This neighboring beach to Atlantic Beach features both a public oceanside pier and a soundside pier. Eat at Molly's Restaurant and Bar at the oceanside pier or head just across and down the street to the soundside pier for sunset and fishing. The NC Aquarium is also home to Pine Knoll Shores where you can watch river otters play and touch a stingray! --ABOUT CROATAN NATIONAL FOREST-- Croatan National Forest is the only true coastal forest in North Carolina. Enjoy canoeing, fishing, and hunting and a diversity of wildlife from deer, black bears, turkeys, wading birds, ospreys, and alligators. --ABOUT CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE-- Just offshore you'll find Cape Lookout National Seashore, a nature preserve comprising 56 miles of barrier islands. Popular for its white sand, clear blue waters, and wild uninhabited, remote beach scene, visitors enjoy exploring the Cape Lookout Lighthouse grounds and historic village, watching wild horses, shelling, fishing, birding, 4WD beach driving, and camping. ------ --COMMUNICATION-- Your CAREFREE beach vacation is our TOP PRIORITY! If for any reason you need anything during your stay, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are LOCAL, professional hosts, and we want you to love this space and this area as much as we do!
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Black Barn Farm

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Newport, Carteret
Welcome to our little piece of heaven! Our property offers a variety of activities for you to enjoy and a variety of camping options. Set up camp in a tent, car, bus or RV, or, stay in one of our dry camping cabins. All camp areas are private from our home, with potty and well water available. Please be aware-we are a working farm. There is sometimes noise and if you are sensitive bring earplugs, head phones , etc... The ducks chatter and talk to night away, the dogs do bark if Bambi-Baloo-Thumper or their chicken siblings hang to close to the pens. We have wildlife here! Owls, coyotes, bear and deer some are more musical than others. FYI! It is now our beloved emu breeding season (Oct.-Mar) Loki and Odie are listening to Marvin Gaye and if you aren't comfortable answering some "Discovery Channel" type questions on reproduction, keep the kiddos away from their enclosure around dinnertime! LOL Just a heads up, we believe in keeping it real. There are MANY thigs to do in our area that are low cost to free, which is an added plus for any families coming to visit! Just ask me and I'll give you suggestions depending on your budget. If you love the ocean, the beach is just a short distance away. Hikers will love the nearby trails and abundant hiking options from poccosin swamps to the Mountain to Sea Trail. Our property is perfect for outdoor adventure and exploration. If you prefer a more relaxing stay, you can stay on our property and enjoy a refreshing swim in our pond or cozy up by a campfire. Birdwatching is a popular activity here as we are a family-run bird farm with a variety of feathered friends including ducks, chickens, guineas, geese, and even an emu! Fresh eggs are available for breakfast, straight from our farm to your plate . We are passionate about birds and love to share our knowledge with our guests. The porta toilet is located at the end of the emu pen and well water is available in front of the barn. Any vehicle over 6' will have to enter/exit on West (left) side of the pond due to low clearance. Cold water shower available. Our property is also conveniently located near the historic towns of Beaufort and New Bern, perfect for a day trip. There are nearby stores and farmers markets where you can get fresh veggies, and we are always willing to suggest places to go. You can also visit Fort Macon, Hammocks Beach, Carteret County Speedway, the NC Aquarium, local farms, and more. Go see a local mud bog on Saturday nights or check out the local Bogue Sound distillery and fabulous seafood restaurants, which is just a short drive away. Bring your boat because we have plenty of space to park and can direct you to whichever type of waterway you want to be on. There are nearby private fishing charters, horseback riding and ferry adventures to go see the ponies. Better yet go visit the NC Maritime Museum in Beaufort and get inspired to sign up to build your own boat. Just one of our neat local treasures. Come have an assisted outdoor oyster roast! You go pick up your fresh local oysters in season) from people we can recommend, and we can help walk you thru the "how to". We will have all you need: pot, burner, knives, new condiments and table ready to go so all you have to do is cook eat and enjoy! Go clamming! We can provide you with all you need to go get your dinner! (in season) Rake, floating bucket, a hat and the knowledge of where and when to go. A boat or kayak is recommended. We do have a kayak available for rental with a deposit to take it offsite .This is bookable through the extras. We know people/locations to get you going for beach fishing, kayaking, hunting and tons more. Don't forget there are many festivals, parades and floatillas nearby to enjoy. Mumfest in New Bern is always awesome and don't forget the NC Seafood Festival. During Winter' carriage rides can be arranged through historical New Bern. We are open year round and Wintertime is a delight at the beach. Come visit us during the holiday season to enjoy the lights and cuddle up to a cozy campfire. The cabins are heated by propane and wood. Lol...yes, we decorate. .umm everything! during the holiday season. Light a luminary to float on the pond to make your New Year begin just right! Make sure to get the coupon codes for the active military, vets, repeat campers, Fall/Winter discounts! So come unwind, unplug, and enjoy the simple pleasures of life in nature. We look forward to hosting you! Please be sure to plug in our discount codes for the best pricing! Only one discount can be used at a time /per stay. Repeat campers! $5 OFF YOUR STAY We appreciate you!...C9MOQGQH We LOVE OUR VETS-30% off your stay. Active duty/Enlisted/Veterans...Thank you for you service and sacrifice! ...EFHEXJEJ Fall/Winter Season Discounts 10% off...It's just cool!...DBN6PKIY Discount not applicable for week of Thanksgiving (11/19-11/26) and Christmas (12/17-12/26). Bookings are for a total of seven days max once a month. We have a zero drug policy. We are a family run, family oriented camp.
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Sleepy Creek Heaven

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Gloucester, Carteret
Water front on the Core Sound on Sleepy Creek . We host RV and tent campers. The water out back is salty and there is a tide. Due to oysters the water out back is not good for swimming. We have a small sandy beach that kids seem to enjoy digging in the sand catching the fiddler crabs. its good for kayaks and paddle boards. Also some fishing. Secluded quiet acre on a dead end street. One spot in driveway for RVs and tent campers . use of whole backyard. Back yard has electric lightning. Only one outdoor booking on property. 30 amp plug. Treated Culligan system water hose. Bathroom facilities include hot water shower with bath gel and shampoo , flush toilet, mirror, and sink. Toilet paper and paper towels provided. Kayaks for guest use no charge. Gas and charcoal grills. I do not provide charcoal I do provide gas for grill. 2 Fire pots. I do not provide wood but there is much fallen wood about in woods on both sides property. Clothes line Chaise lounges, picnic table, plastic chairs and end tables . 20 minutes from Cape Lookout ferry , 20 minutes from historic Beaufort. 30 minutes to Atlantic Beach. 45 minutes to North Carolina Aquarium in Pine Knoll Shores We have chickens, geese, ducks, 3 peacocks, 2 friendly spoiled goats. We do have a rooster. He is a small bantam with less of a crow and shut up in the coop at night. The coop is not to far from the driveway RV spot. I find his crow faint but he does start up at 5 am. Peacocks are 3 males and wander about, We offer coffee and tea in the morning or during the day to guests at no charge, Substantial breakfast buffet from 8 to 11 at 12.00 per adults per day no charge for children . Free wifi.
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SEAdation Escape near Cape Lookout

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Davis, Carteret
Secluded campsite with 4 RV spots, 3 electric and water, 1 water only (quiet generator allowed here) and 1 tent only site. All spots are waterfront, located on Core Sound. There is a dock to tie up your water crafts, such as kayaks and paddle boards. Boats are welcome to park in our overflow parking area and a public boat ramp is 0.25 miles away. Take the Davis ferry to the beautiful beaches of Cape Lookout just a few minutes away! 3 sites with 30 amp power (sites 1, 2 and 3) we welcome generators at the other sites, so long as they are quiet. All with water hookups except tent site 5. One can also pitch your tent right by the water (site 5). Enjoy swimming in the sound, fishing from the private dock, wind surfing, paddle boarding, kayaks and your canoes!!!! Enjoy it all and only share the space with 4 other sites. Personal boat parking available, public dock is 0.25 miles away. Or take the Davis ferry, a minute away, to the beautiful beaches of Cape Lookout! No waste dump on site, but one nearby, information available upon request. They charge $25. We also have a Cozy Cottage from 1914 situated on 6.5 acres of gated land. Enjoy the property’s sound access to Core Sound. Fish, kayak, canoe or paddle board in nature’s beauty. 20 minutes from shops and restaurants of Beaufort and Morehead city. There is also a ferry to Ocracoke a island in Cedar Island, a peaceful 20 minute drive away. Really great access to a quiet and beautiful part of the outer (inner) banks. Everything you’d ever want to do at the beach is within 30 minutes and the sunrise on the sound is gorgeous. Be prepared for mosquitoes, especially at dusk. Recommend spray or a bug light. With Cape Lookout National seashore and Fort Macon State park under 20 minutes from us, you also have tons of outer-bank activities to choose from.
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Key Stone Camp

1 site · RV1 acre · Arapahoe, Pamlico
Learn more about this land:Camp directly on the Neuse River! The views are incredible. Relax on the porch swing, swim off the sandy beach. Mins to Oriental and Minnesott Ferry.When we first saw this property we fell in love with it and we hope you can enjoy this little piece of heaven too.  Originally we put in the additional site for friends and family to enjoy and then we found Hipcamp and thought, why not?What I love about the property is the water.  It's so relaxing listening to the waves and looking out across the river watching the boats, birds, or dolphins with fish jumping and crab fishermen re-setting their pots.  Cherry Point is not far away and we have been delighted by an impromptu fireworks show or a plane fly-by.  Oriental is a small town full of sailboats and the town has a lot going on.  They have a website called Towndock to see what's happening.   You can grab a coffee or ice cream at The Bean, stroll down the waterfront looking at the boats, and drop a line off the fishing pier.  There are some great local restaurants and even a Brewery that hosts food trucks and music on the weekends.  You will not be in the middle of nowhere as there is a grocery store, a marine store and a dollar general to pick up supplies.The Minnesott Ferry (free) is a 10-minute drive and you can get to Beaufort, NC or Atlantic Beach in about an hour.Welcome!   CaraExtra Info: The camping spot is a pull-in along a shared driveway with my neighbor and so you will be perpendicular to the river, but camping is all about being outdoors and there is the yard, picnic table,  and beach to share.  We haven't put a firepit in yet, but we plan to.  When leaving, you would need to back out, but there is a driveway across the street so there is plenty of room.  The reservation will be dependent on the rainfall so I don't have the instant book feature turned on.  Because parking is on the grass, if it's really wet, you could get stuck and nobody wants that. 
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The Crystal Coast Sanctuary!

4 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Beaufort, Carteret
3 stunning acres with a church on Town Creek in Beaufort NC. Abandoned waterfront train track bed perfect for up to 3 pop ups or sprinter vans! 10 minute walk to Beaufort Docks - or bike or kayak! Also really nice grassy tent sites under the magnificent live oak trees. Very special place in the #1 small coastal town in America.
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Sunset Cove on the Neuse River

2 sites · RVs, Tents17 acres · Bridgeton, Craven
Need to recharge, reconnect and truly escape it all? This is your place. Our property is a unique, healing place to unplug and be surrounded by the beauty of eastern North Carolina. Nestled along the Neuse River with big mature trees draped with Spanish moss ,we have 1000ft of riverfront as well as a peaceful pond, dock and prayer/mediation labyrinth. You will experience the gnarliest, most unforgettable sunsets, overwhelming peace, tranquility and a supreme connection back to nature. With only a 10 minute drive to historic downtown New Bern, you can experience the best of both worlds. Many people tell us, and we know it true ourselves, there is something truly healing about our property, come find out!
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Seagate Primitive Camping

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Newport, Carteret
This is a secluded 1.0 acre corner lot in Seagate, a private waterfront community located along the Intracoastal Waterway near beautiful and historic Beaufort, North Carolina. The lot has established trees around the perimeter and a gravel driveway for easy entrance. You will have access to the community park and picnic area with firepit, fishing dock and marina with ship's store. The marina has rental and transient slips, boat ramp, gas/diesel and full convenience store with bathrooms and deck overlooking the water. The store carries a wide assortment of sandwiches, microwave foods, ice cream and snacks along with the standard sodas, beer, ice, bait and fishing tackle plus common ship’s store items.
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160 acre coastal forest EST . 1757

1 site · RV, Tent160 acres · Oriental, Carteret
Come and set up camp just like the pirates and union soldiers used to. Choice of two sites each with a fire ring. Located on 160 acres established in 1799 and is still owned and maintained by the original family .we have plenty of fishing kayaking nature trails to walk and take a tour around the property and check out the 1700s year old cemetery if you are trying to get a little spooky 👻 . We are a 20 min car ride to the ferry to take you to cape lookout national seashore .
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Tar Kiln Camp

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Newport, Carteret
Camp with the Croatan National Forest in your backyard. Enjoy hiking, nature walks, and be just a few minutes away from the area beaches. After a day of fun you can enjoy a relaxing evening at your campsite with a campfire. This campsite is located in a quiet neighborhood outside of Newport, NC city limits.
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Live Oaks Farm

5 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Holly Ridge, Onslow
Live Oaks Farm is a mini farm full of beautiful 200 year old live oak trees, willow trees, azaleas, other plants, and a pond. We are a great oasis right off of Topsail Island that gets coastal breezes and plenty of sunshine. We are a small growing farm with chickens, dwarf Nigerian goats, and ducks. We also offer a seasonal pumpkin patch and Christmas tree farm. You will usually see Patrick working around the property or in the wood workshop building furniture. His beautiful wife Brittany and their gorgeous kids Maddox and Everlee enjoying the outdoors as well.
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Phoenix Farms Vineyard

4 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Edward, Beaufort
Stay on a working farm/ vineyard. Originally a tobacco farm that was converted into a muscadine vineyard. Currently it's more of a farm than a vineyard. The vines are still there, but it was empty for a couple years. Such a magical spot with so much history. Plenty of space to wonder. Late summer we have Upick. We also grow vegetables and pasture raised meat/ eggs.
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