Whether you like au naturel tent camping or RV glamping, you can find a Kitty Hawk campground to suit your needs. No matter what you choose, your campground in Kitty Hawk, NC, will not be far from the ocean and all the great things there are to see in Kitty Hawk. Tent campers should keep in mind that the soil around Kitty Hawk is sandy, so bring longer tent stakes. All campers should remember that Outer Banks weather is quick to change; keep tarps and personal items secure in case of sudden wind shifts. For other campgrounds near Kitty Hawk, NC, check out campgrounds in Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head.
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