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Old 03-29-2011, 01:52 PM   #1
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Anyone ever stay at the Kitty Hawk RV park? Heading there in a couple weeks and looking for ideas and a general review.
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We spent a week nearby at a nice place in Elizebeth City but I don't have insights into Kitty Hawk RV park. We really enjoyed the OBX but if you decided to drive on the beach... be sure to let some air out of your tires first. Don't ask how I know.

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When we go the OBX we stay at Camp Hatters, Mile Mark 44 I Think.
But for Easter we are staying at the KOA, Never been at this KOA
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Dave, DW and I spent 4 days at the KOA in Rodanthe last October. We were 50 yards from the beach and meant many great people. Sites were a little lacking in ground cover. Make sure you have a good large rug.

On another note we caught the dumpster on fire. Hopefully you don's see my MH picture as ten top most wanted.
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Our favorite is Sands of Time in Kinnakeet (Avon)

sands of time campground,family camping,outer banks,camping,rvs,tents,avon,cabins,cottage,cape hatteras,fishing,wind sailing,halfprice camping,pass port america

A smaller campground with not a lot of amenities or stuff for the kids, but if you want a peaceful and quiet stay this is the place.
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I stayed at the Ocean waves last time I went. Very clean friendly place with nice concrete level pads.
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Old 03-29-2011, 06:31 PM   #7
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Mel, We have stayed there. It's nothing real fancy, but is close to the beach and closer to all the things available in Nags Head without haveing to drive long distances. Not too many MH spaces . If you would like a great meal, you must try the Collington Cafe. Fantastic place. You may need to make reservations, but is worth it. You make a right turn from bypass at the Wright Bros. monument and it is a few miles back that road. You will actually pass behind the monument and first flight runway. You won't be disappointed. Have a great time and send me a private message if you go to the Collington Cafe
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Mel, Just a heads ups OBX bike week is April 16 - 24

I don't know how busy it gets, Buy thats why were going, You may want to check available



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IF you can get a space there be forewarn that the owners have as many rvs packed in the park as possible. What few spots they have for transit are up by the beach road and they are very small and very close to the road. You might want to stay at the Refuge in Maneto if you want to stay on the upper island. The bikers should not be a problem. They fill the motels up and a lot of the cottages. Other than the noise, there really is no more of a traffic problem than norm...I lived there ten years and the bikers were never a problem..
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Thank you for all the information. We will for sure enjoy I am sure. As for bike week, that was really kind of an added bonus. We are taking our bike, but really did not know about it till after we planned the trip.
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We stayed there,like John H said not fancy, and FATMANAR said they pack you in,there is enough room for a picnic table between RVs.You are close to the beach, just across the road. Try Dirty Dicks,great seafood and drinks. Rick & Robin
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Our favorite is Sands of Time in Kinnakeet (Avon)

sands of time campground,family camping,outer banks,camping,rvs,tents,avon,cabins,cottage,cape hatteras,fishing,wind sailing,halfprice camping,pass port america

A smaller campground with not a lot of amenities or stuff for the kids, but if you want a peaceful and quiet stay this is the place.
I second this place. Nice and quiet, near the attractions. With a PA membership, we stayed a week for $100!
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It looks nice, but limit of 2 pets per site.
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When we go the OBX we stay at Camp Hatters, Mile Mark 44 I Think.
But for Easter we are staying at the KOA, Never been at this KOA

We're booked here for the memorial day weekend, any comments? I've never gone here before.
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