With our wide, sandy beaches
and refreshing waters, it is easy to see why the Currituck Outer Banks is a popular vacation destination among travelers from the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast
, and from all over the country. But there is more to enjoy on the Currituck Outer Banks than just laid-back days spent along the North Carolina coastline. Currituck County is a region rich in history
and serenity - an ideal vacation spot for golfers
, families, and honey-mooners. Sample the fruit of our vineyards
and watch for wild mustangs
frolicking in the surf. The Currituck Outer Banks is more than you imagined - come see why!
Statistics show that most of beach rental properties all over the
country are being booked in the early spring. Planning your vacation
early gives you several advantages.
Sanctuary Vineyards and BJ’s Carolina Café will be featured on an upcoming episode on Flavor NC. The episode will air on Wednesday November 14, 2012 at 9 pm on UNC-EX and again on Saturday November 17, 2012 at 10:30 am on UNC-TV. Flavor NC, produced by Blue Water Media, is a popular television program dedicated to preserving the agricultural heritage of the state of North Carolina, one dish at a time.
Thirteen employees of Currituck County tourism businesses were honored
recently at the Third Annual Hospitality Guest Service Excellence
Awards. The program was organized through the county’s Travel and
Tourism Department, and the awards were presented by members of the
Currituck County Board of Commissioners, Currituck Tourism Director
Diane Nordstrom, and the events’ keynote speaker, Lynn Minges, Assistant
Secretary of Tourism, Marketing and Global Branding for the NC
Department of Commerce.
Currituck County’s Department of Travel & Tourism was recognized
recently by the Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina
(DMANC) during the association’s annual awards ceremony. The department
received one first-place award and two second-place awards for various
People often look at us funny when we talk about driving down to the
Outer Banks, specifically the northern part in Corolla, for a weekend or
longer in the fall. Why would we do anything like that, they wonder,
for an autumn. Honestly, I don't find it strange at all. People often go
south for the winter. I would know - I'm a native Floridian and have
experienced the influx of visitors in the colder months.