One of four National Park Service campgrounds, Frisco Campground is like a well-kept secret. It is the quietest, most secluded of all the NPS camping areas and even has some trees and scrubby brush that give your site a little privacy. The campground is on the oceanfront side of Highway 12, located atop a row of dunes to capture warm summer ocean breezes. There are 127 sites here for tents and RVs, but there are no hookups. Each site has a grill, picnic table and parking pad, and restrooms, unheated showers and potable water are available to campers. Pets are allowed if they’re on a leash. Reservations and payments for campsites must be made online at recreation.gov. The campground is typically open from early April through the Monday after Thanksgiving.
Weekly Beach Report
Brought to you by:
Outer Banks This Week with Autumn & Justin
40. A Season of Giving on the Outer Banks
Outer Banks Giveaways
There are no active giveaways at this time. Please check back later.