Some things you’ll want to consider when mulling over an off-peak season trip to Corolla and Currituck:
1) Vacation rentals are typically cheaper. A beach home that may rent for $3000 in July could go under $1000 a week in the fall and winter! You get the same amazing house and amenities, the same proximity to the beach, for a third of the cost! Bring family and friends over to split the rent, and the price of your vacation just got cheaper.
2) The Outer Banks doesn’t completely shut down after Labor Day. It’s true that a number of businesses keep hours during the summer season, but not everybody shutters up when the bulk of the tourists go home. You can consult our guide to the area to see which restaurants will feed you and which shops are still open so you can stock up on holiday gifts.
3) You can still get your exercise. Area golf courses are open year round, and if you enjoy fishing you can charter a boat and savor the salt air while you nab the day’s catch. Of course, there’s no better exercise than walking, and you could spend a full day exploring Corolla alone!
Sure, we’re coming up on August and you may think it’s too late to plan a trip. It’s NEVER that way here. Pick a month, any month, and we’ll keep the waves rolling for you.