Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Outer Banks NC

Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks (OBX) on the North Carolina coast has the most extensive stretch of undeveloped seashore along the Atlantic coast. Here you can experience the sound of ocean surf, the  star-lit nights sky, or the calm of the salt marshes, you can enjoy natural habitat of this coastal ecosystem. Shaped by the forces of water, wind, and storms these islands are always changing – the plants, wildlife, and people who live here are constantly adapting.

Whether you are walking on the beach on the Outer Banks, kayaking on the sound, or climbing the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse there is something for everyone to discover. These islands that make up the seashore have been home to Native Americans, farmers, watermen, lighthouse keepers, fishermen, and untold others who continue to shape the heritage of the OBX.

Cape Hatteras National Seashore, the nation’s first national seashore, was established to preserve significant segments of unspoiled barrier islands along North Carolina’s stretch of the Atlantic Coast. These barrier islands are narrow, low-lying, dynamic land-forms which parallel ocean coasts, are separated from the mainland. The seashore preserve has the most extensive stretch of undeveloped seashore along the Atlantic coast.

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