Ramp 44 Reopens to Pedestrian Access
Contact: Outer Banks Group, 252-473-2111
Superintendent Mike Murray announces that effective Tuesday, June 12, 2012, Ramp 44 and 0.2 of a mile south of the ramp, has reopened to pedestrian access.In addition, the beach between Ramp 43 and Ramp 44 has reverted to the prenesting area configuration and is open to pedestrian shoreline access below the high tide line.Pets and kites are prohibited on the shoreline adjacent to the prenesting area. Ramp 43 remains open with ORV and pedestrian access 0.4 of a mile north.
Ramp 45 and the Interdunal Road remain closed to ORV and pedestrian access.
For information on areas within the Seashore that remain open for recreational uses, see:
http://www.nps.gov/caha/planyourvisit/off-road-vehicle-use.htmor call 252-473-2111.
Did You Know?
This is not a space alien, even though it has a transparent body, wings, and a very large eye. Giant water fleas grow up to 2 cm long, and are a food source for small fish that shelter in the sound. You can swim with them in the sound-side waters off Cape Hatteras National Seashore.