Cape Point reopened; Ocracoke Inlet accessible
Published 9:46 pm Monday, August 5, 2019
On the morning of Aug. 5, Cape Point was fully reopened to beach drivers and pedestrians. The protection buffer near the tip of Cape Point was removed because no unfledged least tern chicks were spotted by Cape Hatteras National Seashore staff on Monday morning.
Additionally, a pedestrian corridor was installed along the shoreline south of Ramp 72 on Ocracoke Island. The pedestrian corridor allows visitors to walk all the way down to Ocracoke Inlet.
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