Welcome back the warmer weather with an early beach trip to Currituck.
Think warm, sunny days and wide open beaches, with off-season rates tempting visitors to relax in the casual luxury of the region’s most popular beach vacation homes.
Related: See average spring temperatures and current weather conditions in the Outer Banks
This is the Outer Banks in all of its pure, natural beauty ﹘ calm, beautiful and peaceful before the summertime crowds arrive.
Unless, of course, you count the herd of wild Spanish Mustang horses roaming freely on the northern Outer Banks beaches and dunes of Corolla. Several tour companies can get you within perfect picture-taking distance without disturbing this protected wild herd.
By Easter, the shops, stores and attractions begin opening their doors, inviting visitors to a round of golf, a wild horse adventure tour, or a day of fishing, kayaking, cycling or camping.
Climb the historic Currituck Lighthouse, or stroll through the peaceful nature trails at the Pine Island Audubon. And by all means, bring your camera.
Come for a long weekend or an entire week. The off-season vacation home rental rates are yours to enjoy, with beautiful beach homes packed with everything you’ll need for a fabulous springtime adventure on the beautiful Outer Banks of Currituck County, North Carolina.