ORV Plan Comment Period Extended
On May 23, 2014, the NPS released a Environmental Impact Statement for its Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan for a 60-day comment period, which was extended to September 4. The comment period will be extend an additional 15 days until September 19, 2014.
Materials to Loan
Cape Lookout National Seashore offers teachers the opportunity to request that some items be loaned to them for use in the classroom. These items are loaned free of charge, though teachers may be required to transport them to and from the park. These materials may be kept for up to 2 weeks at a time.
In addition to the materials listed here, Traveling Trunks are also available for educators to borrow.
Ribbon of Sand
This beautifully photographed film features an exploration of the entire coastal ecosystem. Explore »
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Cape Lookout National Seashore
The famed Outer Banks of North Carolina are a slim and moving line of sand in the open Atlantic. Many travelers think they know them--but south of Ocracoke Inlet there rises a luminous bar of sand almost sixty miles in extent, with no roads, no bridges, no hotels: the wild beaches of Cape Lookout National Seashore, one of the few remaining natural barrier island systems in the world.
- Grade level:
- First Grade - General
- Anthropology, Aquatic Studies, Biology: Animals, Biology: Plants, Community, Conservation, Earth Science, Ecology, Environmental Law, Geography, Geology, Government, Historic Preservation, Hydrology, Landscapes, Marine Biology, Maritime History, Oceanography, Oceans, Recreation / Leisure / Tourism, Recreation Ecology, Wilderness, Wildlife Management
Did You Know?
Barrier islands, such as those of Cape Lookout National Seashore, are piles of sand. As storms come up from the ocean the beaches are constantly rearranged.