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Welcome to Currituck County

Currituck's northern Outer Banks in North Carolina are noted for their secluded, family-friendly beaches that feature miles of pristine shoreline and natural landscapes that draw visitors back year after year. From Corolla to Carova, you will find nothing but sun, sand, beach rental homes and, where the paved road ends and the four-wheel drive beach begins... the legendary Corolla wild horses that have roamed our shores for almost 500 years. Discover for yourself why US News & World Report ranked the Outer Banks #1 in the "Best Family Beach Vacations in the USA."

Refresh your spirit while reconnecting with friends and family on the sands of Currituck's Outer Banks. Spend time just relaxing and enjoying spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Or, explore the vast variety of attractions located on Currituck's banks from a red-brick lighthouse, to a 1920's historic home & museum, to shopping, surf fishing, or wine tasting; there's something to please everyone - from the young to the young at heart.  We invite you to start planning the vacation of your dreams today.

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Top Five Reasons to Stay in a Campground for your Currituck Outer Banks Vacation

Posted on April 1, 2015 at 8:17AM

Looking to add a little adventure to your vacation this year? If you dream of sleeping under the stars, roasting your own food over an open fire and watching the sun rise over the ocean, you may have cabin fever.By cabin fever, we mean you need to get out of that cabin and into a tent. Try something new and liberating this year: try one of the many beautiful campgrounds in Currituck, and unleash your family’s wild ...

Tips for an Unforgettable Corolla Wild Horse Adventure

Posted on March 31, 2015 at 8:00AM

The Corolla Wild Horses are some of the oldest and most popular residents of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The existing Corolla Wild Horses are ancestors of Spanish mustangs that arrived by colonial ships in the Americas around the 16th century. How the horses came to roam free on the northern beaches is subject to debate, but theories include colonial shipwrecks from early expeditions to the Americas by the Spanish and ...

 

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Currituck Highlights

Book a golf package with OBX Golf Travel and play some of the best courses on the OBX.
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Don't miss the Corolla Wild Horses on your visit!
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Driving on the Corolla beach is a unique experience! Follow these tips to stay safe.
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Make your next reunion a memorable occasion by visit the Currituck Outer Banks.
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