Island Activities

Some of the things you can do when visiting Ocracoke; activities on Ocracoke Island, NC.

Live music around the village in October and November

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(Addresses below) Monday, Oct. 27 Gaffer’s: Monday Night Football Tuesday, October 28 Gaffer’s: Hatteras Poker League 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gaffer’s: Kids Night 4 to 7 p.m. Topless Oyster: View...

Gentle reminders: A morning spent with pelicans, oysters, O’cockers

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By Kelley Shinn Anyone who has spent at least a few seasons on Ocracoke will tell you that things here happen differ­ently. Often, despite what...

Moonlight kayaking: magical moments

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Health & WellnessJuly 2014By T.L. GraceI just returned from leading a full-moon kayaking tour and am reminded of how much kayaking contributes to one’s...

Ocracoke Preservation Society

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If you have any interest in Ocracoke's rich  cultural  history, the Ocracoke Preservation's  Society David William's House Museum is  a must see when visiting...

Spring fishing: the red drum are hungry

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By  Ken DeBarth As the air and water tem­peratures rise and the days get longer, large red drum begin their annual spring migra­tion. In...

Kayaking the Off-Season Waters of Pamlico Sound

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Holiday issue 2013 by Pat Garber Summer at Ocracoke finds lots of kayakers plying their paddles along the shores of Pam­lico Sound, as residents and...

Ocracoke Fishing: October on the Beach

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October 2013 by Ken DeBarth There is an old saying that tells us the best day to go fishing is today. This is especially true...

 Pirates to invade Ocracoke! Aaargh You Ready

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October 2013 by Connie Leinbach Pirates are poised to invade Ocracoke Is­land the last week­end of October in a celebration of the last days of Blackbeard...

Walk about Springer’s Point

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August 2013 By Samara Skinner   Springer’s Point is a 122 acre tract of land owned by NC Coastal Land Trust located on Ocracoke Island. The area...

A Trip to Portsmouth Island with the Austins: More Than Just...

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July 2013 By Pat Garber Off the coast of east­ern North Caro­lina lies the re­mote island of Portsmouth, renowned for birds, sea­shells, and history. Acces­sible only...