36 CFR 7.58 - Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
|BODIE ISLAND—DESIGNATED ROUTES|
|YEAR ROUND||Ramp 2.5 (0.5 miles south of the southern boundary of Coquina Beach) to 0.2 miles south of ramp 4.|
|September 15 to March 14||0.2 miles south of ramp 4 to the eastern confluence of the Atlantic Ocean and Oregon Inlet.|
|HATTERAS ISLAND—DESIGNATED ROUTES|
|YEAR ROUND||1.5 miles south of ramp 23 to ramp 27.|
|Ramp 30 to ramp 32.5.|
|The following soundside ORV access routes from NC Highway 12 to Pamlico Sound between the villages of Salvo and Avon: soundside ramps 46, 48, 52, 53, 54 and the soundside ORV access at Little Kinnakeet.|
|Ramp 38 to 1.5 miles south of ramp 38.|
|The following soundside ORV access routes from NC Highway 12 to Pamlico Sound between the villages of Avon and Buxton: soundside ramps 57, 58, 59, and 60.|
|0.4 miles north of ramp 43 to Cape Point to 0.3 miles west of “the hook.”|
|Interdunal route from intersection with Lighthouse Road (i.e., ramp 44) to ramp 49, with one spur route from the interdunal route to the ORV route below.|
|Ramp 47.5 to east Frisco boundary.|
|A soundside ORV access route from Museum Drive to Pamlico Sound near Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet.|
|Pole Road from Museum Drive to Spur Road to Pamlico Sound, with one spur route, commonly known as Cable Crossing, to Pamlico Sound and four spur routes to the ORV route below.|
|Ramp 55 southwest along the ocean beach for 1.6 miles, ending at the intersection with the route commonly known as Bone Road.|
|November 1 to March 31||0.1 mile south of Rodanthe Pier to ramp 23.|
|Ramp 34 to ramp 38 (Avon).|
|East Frisco boundary to west Frisco boundary (Frisco village beach).|
|East Hatteras boundary to ramp 55 (Hatteras village beach).|
|OCRACOKE ISLAND—DESIGNATED ROUTES|
|YEAR ROUND||Ramp 59 to ramp 63. After ramp 59.5 is constructed, it will replace ramp 59 for ORV access and the route will be from ramp 59.5 to ramp 63.|
|Three routes from NC Highway 12 to Pamlico Sound located north of the Pony Pens, commonly known as Prong Road, Barrow Pit Road, and Scrag Cedar Road.|
|1.0 mile northeast of ramp 67 to 0.5 mile northeast of ramp 68.|
|A route from NC Highway 12 to Pamlico Sound located near Ocracoke Campground, commonly known as Dump Station Road.|
|0.4 miles northeast of ramp 70 to Ocracoke inlet.|
|A route from ramp 72 to a pedestrian trail to Pamlico Sound, commonly known as Shirley's Lane.|
|September 15 to March 14||A seasonal route 0.6 mile south of ramp 72 from the beach route to a pedestrian trail to Pamlico Sound.|
|A seasonal route at the north end of South Point spit from the beach route to Pamlico Sound.|
|November 1 to March 31||0.5 mile northeast of ramp 68 to ramp 68 (Ocracoke Campground area).|
|HOURS OF OPERATION/NIGHT DRIVING RESTRICTIONS|
|November 16-April 30||All designated ORV routes are open 24 hours a day.|
|May 1-September 14||Designated ORV routes in sea turtle nesting habitat (ocean intertidal zone, ocean backshore, dunes) are closed from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m.|
|September 15-November 15||Designated ORV routes in sea turtle nesting habitat (ocean intertidal zone, ocean backshore, dunes) are closed from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., but the Superintendent may open designated ORV routes, or portions of the routes, in sea turtle nesting habitat (if no turtle nests remain), 24 hours a day.|
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Title 36 published on 2014-07-01
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