20 Dec 2018
Everyone Deserves an Ocracoke Spring Break
A spring visit to Ocracoke Island is the perfect getaway after a long winter spent dreaming about the beach. Ocracoke offers a laid-back vibe that you can’t find anywhere else. Perfect for a getaway with family and friends.
The Arrival of Spring
As temperatures begin to rise and the island comes back to life after the winter, there is plenty for visitors to enjoy. Warmer temperatures and longer days. You will certainly want to spend time outdoors.
Early spring weather welcomes back anglers looking for the next catch.
Spring is a great time for kayaking, long beach walks and shell collecting. Perhaps you will find a treasured Scotch Bonnet or beautifully polished driftwood. Ocracoke Island is known for miles of pristine and uncrowded beaches.
Wake up early and experience a sunrise at the beach.
Unique Dining and Shopping. Most restaurants, shops and galleries are open, ready to welcome visitors back with a very relaxed spring atmosphere. You are sure to find something special at one of the many unique shops.
Exploring Ocracoke Village
Walking, biking or perhaps a golf cart might be your preferred way to travel around Ocracoke Village.
Warmer days and cool nights are perfect for evening strolls and beach bonfires. Relax with family and friends on your deck or screened porch, you are at the beach!
Ocracoke sunsets over Pamlico Sound offer the perfect way to end each spring day.
Popular Spring Events on Ocracoke Island
Spring on Ocracoke Island offers several annual events featuring everything from music, art, sports and holiday celebrations to great food and above all fun!
Here is a preview of some of Ocracoke’s favorite spring events:
- The Ocracoke Bar and Grill St. Patrick’s Day Parade
- Ocracoke Island Waterfowl Festival
- Easter Egg Hunt and Sunrise Beach Service
- 8th Annual Ocracoke Race Weekend 10K/5K, Half Marathon & Fun Run
- 77th Annual British Cemetery Ceremony
- Ocracoke Volunteer Fireman's Ball – Pig Pickin’, Auction and Dance
- Ocrafolk Music, Storytelling and Art Festival Weekend