Directions


DIRECTIONS TO THE BOAT RAMP

From Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Southern Shores, Duck, Corolla & northern Nags Head:
  1. Take 158 East (the 4 lane bypass - the ocean will be on your left) On the side of the road there are milepost markers. Go to Milepost 16
  2. Look for two large green directional signs above the road. Get in right lane. Follow the sign on the right - it will read: Roanoke Island, 64 West, Manteo/Wanchese, right 2 Lanes
  3. Take this route 1.5 miles
  4. You will come to a high rise bridge, the Washington Baum Bridge. Across the sound to your right you will see lots of boats and condos. This is Pirate's Cove Yacht Club.
  5. After crossing the bridge, there will be a traffic light (approximately 500 yds after crossing). Get in left lane. At this light, take a left. It will put you on a fedder road under the high rise to the public boat ramp.
  6. Look for a blue sign at the light on your left that will read: Washington Baum Public Boat Ramp.
From Hatteras, Buxton, Avon, Salvo & Rodanthe:
  1. Take 12 North, over the Oregon Inlet Bridge, continue 8 miles to the first light, which will be 64 west
  2. Take a left, and follow the directions below...starting at go 1.5 miles
  3. Take this route 1.5 miles
  4. You will come to a high rise bridge, the Washington Baum Bridge. Across the sound to your right you will see lots of boats and condos. This is Pirate's Cove Yacht Club.
  5. After crossing the bridge, there will be a traffic light (approximately 500 yds after crossing). Get in left lane. At this light, take a left. It will put you on a fedder road under the high rise to the public boat ramp.
  6. Look for a blue sign at the light on your left that will read: Washington Baum Public Boat Ramp.
From South Nags Head
  1. On Virginia Dare Trail, go North past the Comfort Inn, which will be on your right
  2. Turn left at the 7/11, which will be on your left
  3. Continue to the traffic light, then onto the next light, which is 64 West
  4. Take this route 1.5 miles
  5. You will come to a high rise bridge, the Washington Baum Bridge. Across the sound to your right you will see lots of boats and condos. This is Pirate's Cove Yacht Club.
  6. After crossing the bridge, there will be a traffic light (approximately 500 yds after crossing). Get in left lane. At this light, take a left. It will put you on a fedder road under the high rise to the public boat ramp.
  7. Look for a blue sign at the light on your left that will read: Washington Baum Public Boat Ramp.
There is public parking, rest room facilities, and most of the time, patrolled by local law enforcement of all kinds. Your vehicle will be safe there. Pirates Cove Marina across the highway offers fish cleaning for a fee.

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