Historic Corolla and Currituck: Adventures in Time
Why Booking Early is a Must in 2022
Find Your Perfect Corolla Rental Home
Explore Things To Do
10 Ways to Unplug and Unwind
8 Resolutions for Your Corolla Vacation
First Timer's Guide to Corolla
A Sandy Stroll Through Time in Corolla
Discover, Reconnect and Indulge in Corolla
Tips for a Corolla Wild Horse Adventure
Corolla for Kids
What to Do Before You Can Check In
10 Free Things to Do in Currituck
A Herd of Survivors in Corolla
The Spirits of Currituck County
Have a Doggone Great Time in Corolla
Landmarks Celebrate Black Heritage
Explore Currituck's Maritime Museum
Safety Doesn't Take a Vacation
Attractions of the OBX: Currituck Beach Lighthouse
The Currituck Beach Lighthouse in Corolla, NC was the last brick and mortar lighthouse in North Carolina to be built in the Grave Yard of the Atlantic. Known for its unpainted red brick this historic lighthouse is a one of a kind. Lighthouse Keeper Luis Garcia and Site Manager Meghan Agresto gives us a look into the lens.
Stepping through the doors of Whalehead, a 21,000-square-foot historic mansion and museum on the Currituck Sound, you can’t help but be swept up in the romantic history of this Outer Banks cultural icon. Site Manager and Curator Jill Landon gives a look inside this architectural masterpiece.
Artists of the OBX: Beautifully Broken
Local artist, Lisa Gwaltney, inspires us with her beautifully broken jewelry, by using locally sourced material and by giving products a second chance. All of us can use our gifts and be inspired by Currituck and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.