Congress established Cape Lookout National Seashore to preserve a unique environment and to provide outdoor recreational opportunities. This includes managing hunting activities in a way that is compatible with other recreational uses.
National Park Service, Federal and North Carolina hunting regulations apply within the seashore and are enforced by U.S. Park Rangers as well as Federal and State Game Officers.
In addition to Federal and State regulations, park specific regulations (summarized below) are established for the safety of other visitors and to protect the park's cultural and natural resources.
The regulations are:
For more information on hunting regulations call or write:
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
Did You Know?
Cape Lookout National Seashore is home to many endangered and threatened species of plants and animals including the Seabeach Amaranth, Piping Plover, and Loggerhead sea turtle.