Just got back from 10 days on Ocracoke Island. Three days were beautiful and the rest were either overcast or downpours. I took 4 books with me and finished all of them.
I have stayed at all 4 NPS campgrounds (Oregon Inlet, Cape Hatteras/Cape Point, Frisco, and Ocracoke) on the Outer Banks this year. Ocracoke (imo) is the best, mainly because of beach access. I didn't count them, but there are about 10 paths leading to the ocean from the campground. I drove just outside the campground and parked there because it's the easiest beach access path - level without a lot of deep sand.
The campground was over half full which surprised me. About half were tent campers, but the storm my second night there drove most of them off. It was interesting to see the makeup of the campground change from tents and mostly small campers and trailers to just a few tents and bigger trailers and motor homes over the 10 days I was there.
Several people stopped by to ask about my tent. It was one of the few still standing after the storms. One couple ordered a tent while they were there and another said they were going to order one when they got home.
Each of the posts marks 1 site, so you can see how flooded the campground was. My site was OK, but all sites to my right were flooded.
If you have never been to the outer banks, this is what the beaches look like - big, clean, and very few people if you are willing to walk a couple hundred feet. People tend to cluster around beach access paths.
Sunset on last night. Almost got me to stay longer.