Atlantic Ocean camping is a big affair for a large number of visitors every year and they make sure that they are getting their money’s worth. Fees for Atlantic Ocean camping can range from anything between $2 and $70 a night.
- Libby’s Ocean Camping: This oceanfront Atlantic Ocean camping site at York Harbour offers unlimited viewing round the clock. The place is open from mid-May to mid-October.
- Searsport Shores: Some of the sites here are located in the woods, while those near the oceans provide unlimited views of shoreline and sandy beaches. Campers can visit this place from May 15 to Columbus Day.
- Hermit Island: Located in Small Point, this campground offers 5 miles of coastline and sandy beaches. It opens for visit in May 15 and is accessible till October 15.
- Salisbury Beach State Reservation: With a coastline of 3.8 miles and 484 campsites, this park is often visited by harbour seals. The site is open from mid- April to end of November.
- East Beach: Situated in Charlestown, this park has sites for RVs and 2 primitive camping areas, with a sand trail linking them to the beach. The site is open from mid-April to end of October.
- Heckscher State Park: Open from Memorial Day through to Labour Day, this park features a pool, sports field and a playground.
- Shinnecock East County Park: Self-contained units having 4-wheel drive and on-board toilets are allowed to use in the park. It is opened round the year.
- Hither Hills Park: Woodlands and dunes, playing fields and playgrounds complement this Atlantic Ocean camping site in Montauk which opens in the month of April through to November.
- Cape Lookout: The under-developed barrier islands here offer primitive camping. This Atlantic Ocean camping site is open all through the year.
- Cape Hatteras: This area offers a coastline of 75 miles dotted with four campgrounds – Frisco, Oregon Inlet, Ocracoke and Cape Point. Campsites are offered on a ‘First Come, First Serve’ basis.
- Camp Hatteras: This privately owned campground offers upscale amenities such as hot tubs, pool, game room, miniature golf and tennis. This site offers its services throughout the year.
- Hammocks Beach: This barren island can be assessed only by private boat or passenger ferry. The best thing is that it is open round the year.
- Huntington Beach: This site offers 135 campsites nestled comfortably behind the dunes. It can be booked throughout the year.
- Capers Island Heritage Preserve: Located near Charleston, this island is mainly for campers who love going primitive once in a while. The beachfront is of 214 acres and is open round the year.
- Canaveral National Seashore: The site allows primitive camping only by permit. Also, one can hunt the ground only after green, leatherback and loggerhead turtles are through with their nesting.
- Fort Clinch: North of Jacksonville, this former fort is now a popular camping ground. The place is thronged throughout the year by the people of Florida and rest of the world.