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Located in the northeastern corner of North Carolina, Currituck County on the Outer Banks offers visitors an intriguing and diverse environment. While we are famous for our family-friendly beaches, we have something for everyone- from the young to the young at heart.

Every season brings something special to the Currituck Outer Banks. From May until October, surfers, sun-seekers, and holidaymakers flock for the sunny temperatures and warm water. Visit early in the season to experience the foals joining the indigenous Corolla wild horse herd. Once the blissful traces of sandcastles and dune climbing have long faded, the winter months in Currituck Outer Banks attract the off-season traveler for a peaceful retreat or romantic getaway by the sea. 

Currituck County made famous by pristine beaches gives way to abundant natural surroundings. Good for kayakers, hikers, and wildlife enthusiasts, encounter the tiny growing wild mustang foals in spring or flourishing in the fall at the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge.

See Also:

Kayaking the Currituck Sound

Plan a Guided Off-Road Tour to see Wild Spanish Mustangs of Corolla

Go see Historical Sites

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