Change in Harkers Island Visitor Center Hours
The Harkers Island Visitor Center is open Sunday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Morehead City Harbor Dredged Material Management Plan
Cape Lookout National Seashore is a cooperating agency in the Morehead City Harbor Integrated Dredged Material Management Plan being developed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. The full plan draft can be downloaded from the following link. More »
Living History, Wild Classroom
Cape Lookout National Seashore is a great place for students (and teachers!) to explore a variety of subjects, from barrier island ecology to North Carolina history.
Explore the park during a class field trip, on your own or with a Park Ranger. If your school is unable to come to Cape Lookout National Seashore, bring the park to your classroom with traveling trunks and lesson plans.
Plan Your Field Trip
Find information on what to bring, things to do, directions, and more for your self-guided or ranger-led field trip to Cape Lookout.Read More
Brochures for Kids
Explore the park with brochures just for kids! Based on Common Core State & NC Essential Standards for 4th grade, they're great for class projects.Read More
Catch a Ferry
Contact these private ferry services for schedules and prices. For information on the state ferry from Cedar Island to Ocracoke, call 1-800-BY-FERRY.Read More
Junior Ranger Adventures
Bringing your class to the park? Check out the science and social studies kits in our Junior Ranger Adventures series.Read More
Flat Ranger & Flat Stanley
Send your class on a journey across the country with a Flat Ranger! Your flat friend will tour national parks and send home a letter and pictures.Read More
Academic Fee Waivers
Are you climbing the Cape Lookout Lighthouse during an educational field trip? Your group may qualify for an Academic Fee Waiver for climb tickets.Read More