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Welcome To Currituck Outer Banks - Corolla, NC

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Tucked away where the paved road ends on Currituck's northern Outer Banks lies twelve miles of pristine beaches so remote that they're only accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicle. From Carova to Corolla, NC, you'll find nothing but sun, sand, secluded beach rental homes, and the legendary Corolla wild horses that have roamed our shores for almost 500 years. Recently voted the "#1 Favorite Beach from the US and Caribbean"* on Coastal Living's Daily Catch blog, visitors to Currituck's Outer Banks can choose to do as much or as little as they desire in this unspoiled coastal paradise.

If the open ocean and secluded family-friendly beaches what you are looking for, there's no better place to spend your vacation. Fodor's recently named us as one of the "Best Family Beaches on the East Coast", and US News & World Reports named the Outer Banks #1 in the "Best Family Beach Vacations in the USA". Our family-friendly beaches are enjoyed primarily for their seclusion, and feature miles of pristine four-wheel-drive shoreline and natural landscapes that draw a large amount of visitors each year. Visitors can choose from a variety of lodging options, including hotel rooms but primarily vacation rental homes from 2 to 24 rooms.

Activities & Attractions Highlights

Recognition for the Currituck Outer Banks:

  • "#1 Favorite Beach in the US and Caribbean" (Carova Beach, Corolla NC - 2014) - Coastal Living RC
  • "10 Under-The-Radar Beaches in the US" (Carova, NC - 2014, #1) - Fodor's
  • "Best Family Beaches on the East Coast" (Corolla, NC - 2013) - Fodor's
  • "America's Most Secluded Beaches" (Carova Beach, NC - 2011) - US News & World Report
  • "Best Family Beach Vacations in the USA" (Outer Banks. NC - 2013, #1) - US News & World Report
  • "Most Relaxing Beaches in the World" (Outer Banks, NC - 2013) - US News & World Reports
  • "Top 10 Secluded Beaches" (Carova Beach, NC - 2010) - Yahoo! Travel
  • "Best Places To Watch a Sunset in North America" (Outer Banks, NC - 2013, #5) - USA Today

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  • 9 Reasons to Keep Summer Going on Currituck’s Outer Banks, NC
    By Currituck Outer Banks Sigh. Where did the summer go, again? It seems like yesterday the kids were running out the front door of the school singing, "No more teachers, no more books..." and now you're fighting to get them out of bed so they don't miss the bus. Everyone's sharing pictures of their pumpkin spice lattes on Facebook. Heck, your neighbor may be doing his best ... More »
  • Outer Banks Wallpaper for Android and iPhone
    Download your free Currituck Outer Banks wallpapers for Android and iPhone below.   These full HD Outer Banks wallpapers feature the beautiful scenery and attractions that make Corolla, NC one of the best family beach vacation destinations in America.  Enjoy! iPhone Wallpapers - 1080x1920          Android Wallpapers - 1920x1200 ... More »
  • Creepy In Corolla
    Looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween? Join us on Wednesday, October 30th for Creepy In Corolla! For one night only, start at Whalehead in historic Corolla and then climb The Haunted Tower of the Currituck Beach Lighthouse for a scare at the top! Tickets are only $10 at the front door of Whalehead, with free admission for children under five. The event runs from 5:00 pm to 8:15 pm ... More »
  • Clean Beaches: Be A Beach Superstar!
    Currituck County celebrated Clean Beaches week earlier this month and launched the Beach Superstar campaign, but it’s important to maintain clean beaches all summer – and all year. One of the best parts about a beach vacation is the beach itself, so please observe take these steps to make sure that our beaches are fun and safe for everyone.Clear all trash. Who wants to swim or lay out ... More »
  • Come to Our Beach
    Digging your fingers and toes in the sand, spotting a wild horse in the surf for the first time, tasting the salt air. We enjoy this and more during the summer, but the fall season is a great time to come to the Northern Outer Banks in Currituck, too. See for yourself. More »
  • Get a Last Minute Deal on a Vacation Home
    We don't live far from the Outer Banks. On a good day, it doesn't take us more than an hour and a half to get to the Currituck side of the shoreline. Usually if we find we're in the mood for a night near the beach and a good seafood dinner, we'll drive down for the night. Spontaneous vacations can be fun, and if you have the time to spare you know some of the best deals are found last minute. If ... More »
  • Wordless Wednesday: I Do
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  • Currituck OBX Spotlight: Built to Last
    What's the point of going on vacation if you can't sit back and relax? When you come to Currituck and Corolla in the Northern Outer Banks, you'll find plenty of opportunity to do just that. We love the clean, sunny beaches here, and the balconies of summer rental homes simply tempt you to sit a while and watch life go by. Wouldn't it be nice to take a bit of that relaxation home with you, to rock ... More »
  • Currituck OBX Spotlight: Outer Banks Popcorn Shoppe
    When you visit beach towns for your vacation, you tend to notice a pattern as far as shops and restaurants are concerned. There are the souvenir stands, of course, where you can buy postcards and magnets, and stickers to add to your "I've been there!" collection. Beach towns typically have the popular ice cream shop and pizza parlor - foods synonymous with a vacation in indulgence. Popcorn stores ... More »
  • Friday Five: Beach Safety
    When you think of Currituck County and the northern Outer Banks, you think of the beach. There's no avoiding it - the beach is the big attraction here, and now that the weather is warming up we're sure to see more people enjoying it. We hope that when you come see us that you'll take advantage of the sunny days and clean sand, but that you'll also stay safe.With this in mind, we'd like to ... More »
  • Wordless Wednesday: Going Up?
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  • Currituck OB Spotlight: Flying Smiles
    Around here, the saying "Go fly a kite" is definitely not an insult, but a great suggestion. When you visit the Currituck Outer Banks you'll find the beaches offer opportunities for all sorts of fun. Swimming, surfing, sandcastles, beach volleyball are all great activities, but the OBX is also known as the birthplace of flight. It's only proper that you send at least one kite into the air while ... More »
  • Friday Five - Bird is the Word
    When you think of the Currituck Outer Banks and animals, naturally your focus adheres to the wild Mustangs that roam the shorelines. We're not surprised and we definitely do not blame you. Every day we see those beautiful creatures trotting along the beach we are reminded of how blessed we are that the horses are here. We know, too, that many creatures call Currituck home, and if you're into ... More »
  • Spotlight on...Beach Bag Books & Music
    Need something to read while relaxing on the beach? Come to Beach Bag Books & Music and find that thrilling page-turner to enjoy under the sun. Wonderful books, crafts, toys, and music for the entire family. Finnegan can’t wait to see you! Visit us online to see what activities we have planned this year.Don’t lug your books to the beach! Pre-order your beach reading before you leave home ... More »
  • See Wild Mustangs Roam the Beach
    For more than 400 years, the small, swift and sturdy Corolla Wild Horses have run free throughout the Outer Banks. These beautiful Spanish mustangs can still be seen roaming the beaches, and when you come to Corolla or Currituck Beach you can arrange a horse watching and see these majestic creatures up close.The Corolla Wild Horse Fund, founded in 1989, was formed to educate the public ... More »