Accommodations in Harkers Island near Cape Lookout National Seashore (Harkers Island, USA)

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Cape Lookout National Seashore (Harkers Island, USA)

Cape Lookout National Seashore preserves 28,000 acres on three undeveloped barrier islands along the North Carolina coast. The islands represent the southermost portion of the Outer Banks. The park includes miles of sandy beaches, providing opportunities for swimming, fishing, shelling, birding, camping, hiking, and boating. Attractions include the Cape Lookout Lighthouse, wild horses roaming the islands, a Revolutionary era fort, and two small historic villages–Cape Village and Portsmouth Village. There are visitor centers on Harkers Island near the lighthouse and at Portsmouth Village. The park can be accessed by car or boat and the islands are served by ferries. Much of the park is maintained as wild habitat and can be reached only on foot. Cape Lookout National Seashore is open throughout the year, but staffing for some facilities may be seasonal. Visitors should check with Park Service staff for ferry schedules and to obtain fees and permits required for camping, fishing, and other activities.

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