Ocean Waves Campground
25313 Hwy 12
Waves, North Carolina
Number of Sites: 68
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 68
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Welcome to Ocean Waves Campground, this is a family operated business, so you'll get very friendly and personal service from from us. From our well stocked camp store, to the sparkling water in our swimming pool, your stay here will be enjoyable and relaxing. Whether you want to take a quiet stroll on the beach, just grab a lawn chair and relax under the shade of the tree's, or perhaps try your luck doing some surf fishing, we offer it all.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
Directions: Ocean Waves Campground is located on Rt-12 in Waves NC, approximately 14 miles south of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge that crosses over Oregon Inlet.
From Virginia: Exit I-64 at exit #290-B for Rt-168 south. This is a toll road, and will cost $2 per car, and $1 for each additional axle. Follow Rt-168 south until it merges with Rt-158 in Barco NC. Continue south on Rt-158. One mile after you cross the Albemarle Sound Rt-158 will end, and you'll pick up Rt-12, follow Rt-12 south through the towns of Kill Devil Hills, Kitty Hawk, and Nags Head. South of Nags Head in the village of Whalebone and the intersection with Rt-64, Rt-12 will turn south into the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Continue south on Rt-12 crossing over Oregon Inlet on the Bonner Bridge. Eventually you'll come upon the triple villages of Rodanthe, Waves, and Salvo. Look for Ocean Waves Campground on the left approx 1/4 mile past the KOA.
From central NC: Utilize Rt-64 from Raleigh, through Rocky Mount and Williamston. You'll cross the Croatan Sound onto Manteo then another bridge to the outerbanks. Within a mile you'll come to the junction of NC-12 at the town of Whalebone. Follow Rt-12 south into the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Continue south on Rt-12 crossing over Oregon Inlet on the Bonner Bridge. Eventually you'll come upon the triple villages of Rodanthe, Waves, and Salvo. Look for Ocean Waves Campground on the left approx 1/4 mile past the KOA.
From southern NC: Follow Rt-70 north out of Morehead City to the ferry docks on Cedar Island. This is a toll ferry to Ocracoke Island. Once in Ocracoke follow Rt-12 north, you'll have to take a free ferry from Ocracoke Island onto Hatteras Island. From there stay on Rt-12 north. You'll pass the famous Cape Hatteras Light House in Buxton, and also go through the town of Avon before getting to the triple villages of Salvo, Waves, and Rodanthe. Keep your eyes on the right, Ocean Waves Campground is about two miles into the village on the right. The campground is on the right about 1/4 mile past the lumber store.
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This campground is one of the nicest I've seen since getting here. Each site has more than enough room and privacy. The owners are very pleasant and do whatever to accomodate the guests. I would definatly return.
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