If you are planning a relaxing vacation for the summer
and are looking for a beautiful beach, then Ocracoke Island, NC is the
spot. This remote island is full of history, enchantment, magic and we
guarantee the best time of your life!! Ocracoke Island was ranked the
number 1 most visited beach in 2007 by Tourism magazine.
Island offers the most beautiful and clean beaches that the Outer Banks
has to offer! If you arrive on the island without the luxury of your
personal 4X4 truck or SUV, we have a variety of four wheel drives ranging from Jeep Cherokees, Jeep Wranglers, Chevy Blazer and Montero Sports.
You have the option of having an SUV or an open top vehicle. All vehicles may be driven on the road and or the beach We offer automatic and manual transmissions which are kept clean and in good condition!! Most vehicles have rod racks if you are interested in fishing. We also rent coolers, beach chairs and body boards.
Office Hours: Monday through Sunday 10 - 6 pm.
Reservations are a must and should be made at least 96hrs in advance depending on the season. Cancelations must be made 96 hours in advance of rental date or full price of the rental agreement will be charged to the credit card given for the deposit. Starting July 1st reservations should be made a week in advance.
All Drivers must:
-Be at least 25 years of age
-Have a valid driver's license
-Have current proof of auto insurance
-Driver of rented vehicle must be on the contract
-A credit card will be needed for reservations and for security deposits.
Method of payment includes: cash, credit card and money order. NO checks!
We also provide maps of the island and information on all kinds of recreational activities.
There are nine on and off ramps between the beach and
N.C. Highway 12, five of which provide four-wheel-drive access. The
southern and northern ends of the beach, the areas most popular with
surf fishermen, are open year-round to four-wheel-drive vehicles. The
section of the beach between Ramp 70, by the airport, and Ramp 59, at
the Hatteras ferry, is closed to vehicle traffic seasonally and has
plenty of good spots for families with children and those looking for
more solitude. Several threatened and endangered species, such as the
piping plover and several species of sea turtles, nest on the island's
beaches, and sections may be closed to the public in order to protect