Home NPS Beach Access Rpts Ramp by Ramp open access for ORV traffic (Updated 4-29-2010)
Ramp by Ramp open access for ORV traffic (Updated 4-29-2010)
Monday, 03 May 2010 12:42

Ramp by Ramp open access for ORV traffic (Updated 4-29-2010)

 (Bodie Island Total-4.3 miles open)

Ramp 2 - (Seasonal Closure) CLOSED

Ramp 2 to Ramp 4 (Coquina Bch Area) 2.4 miles open

Ramp 4 – South Oregon Inlet (Bodie Island Spit) 1.9 miles open

(Hatteras Total – 25.2 miles open)

Rodanthe-Waves – Salvo Villages to Ramp 23 5.3 miles open

Ramp 23 South – Ramp 27 4.3 miles open

Ramp 27 South 0.1 miles open

Ramp 30 North 0.7 miles open

Ramp 30 South 1.3 miles open

Ramp 34 North 2.5 miles open

Ramp34 South to Ramp 38 3.9 miles open

Ramp 38 South 0.8 miles open

Ramp 43 North 0.4 miles open

Ramp 43-South 0.1 miles open

Ramp 44 to Cape Point Tip 1.0 miles open

Cape Point Tip – West on South Beach 0.2 miles open

Ramp 45 Cul-da-sac 0.1 miles open

Ramp 49 East 2.1 miles open

Ramp 49 West to Frisco Village Line 1.2 miles open

Ramp 55 East 0.1 miles open

Ramp 55 West beach shoreline 1.1 miles open

Ramp 55 Interdunal (Pole) Road with small sound-side access behind Coast Guard Base

(Ocracoke Total – 7.6 miles open)

Ramp 59 North 0.2 miles open

Ramp 59 South 0.9 miles open

Ramp 67 North 0.7 miles open

Ramp 67 South 0.8 miles open

Ramp 70 North 2.8 miles open

Ramp 70 - Ramp 72 1.8 miles open

Ramp 72 South 0.4 miles open

 

These are rough numbers only. Some of these miles are too narrow to drive safely.

 

 

 

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