A Tale Of Two Beauforts

Christine Goodier
October 1, 2012

One Beaufort has a spooky old burying ground and a museum full of pirate booty. The other offers moss-draped live oaks and shrimp boats straight out of “Forrest Gump.” Both Carolina towns lure motorhome travelers who love historic sites, fresh seafood and spacious beaches. Step one: Learn the pronunciation... Read more »

North Carolina’s Outer Banks By RV

Built in 1823, Ocracoke Light Station is the second oldest operating lighthouse in the nation. It's one of many sites along the Outer Banks.

Christine Goodier
April 9, 2012

Warm weather had arrived, my husband,  Bob, announced he had four days off of work and I wanted to try dry camping without hookups. So we packed up our newly acquired 2006 Class B diesel Sprinter van, headed for North Carolina’s Outer Banks and launched our plan to see three of our state’s most... Read more »

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