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The Weather in Ocracoke
Check out the climate diagram for Ocracoke. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 86° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Ocracoke, with temperatures going under 41° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is April.
Enjoy sea views from your Ocracoke vacation rental
Situated at the end of Cape Hatteras, off the coast of North Carolina, Ocracoke is an unspoilt island with lots of attractions for visitors of all ages. Beach lovers and fans of water sports in particular have an embarrassment of riches to choose from when vacationing in Ocracoke.
Celebrating Ocracoke culture
The annual Ocrafolk Festival, which takes place every June, allows musicians, storytellers and artists from Ocracoke and the surrounding area to share their gifts with locals and visitors alike. If you decide to choose a vacation rental in Oracoke later in the year, make sure you check out Ocracoke's Pirate Jamboree, which takes place on the last weekend of October. This is the chance for kids and adults to play at being pirates for real, as well as enjoying entertainment and local food stalls.
Beaches and more
The beach on Ocracoke Island is very popular with families and was named the number one beach in the US in 2007. As well as enjoying the sun, sea and sand older kids can have a go at watersports like surfing and paddle boarding. Pirates are another important part of Ocracoke's history and kids will love visiting Teach's Hole where there is a small museum dedicated to Blackbeard, one of the most infamous pirates of them all.
Ocracoke Island heritage
There have been settlements and villages on Cape Hatteras and Ocracoke Island for decades and history buffs will enjoy visiting historic attractions on the island. Ocracoke Lighthouse, built in 1823, is still in use today, protecting ships from the hazardous rocks in the Atlantic and Pamlico Sound. The Ocracoke Working Waterman's site is an exhibit about life at sea throughout the decades and the different methods which have been used to catch fish in this part of the world.
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