Creed's Hill Lifesaving Station

54705 NC Highway 12
NC 27936

Creed's Hill Lifesaving Station

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Creed's Hill Lifesaving Station was built in 1878. It was located on the beach, abreast of Sandy Bay and 5 1/2 miles west southwest of Cape Hatteras Light. Abandoned in 1947, the station is now located about two miles west of its orginial location and is now a private home.

Keepers at Creed's Hill included Benjamin B. Dailey, David W. Ballance, Patrick H. Etheridge, Davis L. Gray, Homer W. Styron, Eugene H. Peel, and Robert W. Basnett.


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Should be on the map between the road and the ocean and not on the Sound side.



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Should be on the map between the road and the ocean and not on the Sound side.

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