There’s So Much to Do this Spring on the Outer Banks of Currituck County

April 1, 2016


Beat the crowds and begin planning your spring beach vacation to the Currituck Outer Banks. Across the mainland and shoreline, restaurants, fresh farm stands, entertainment venues, golf clubs and more are open for business. If you’re looking for a classic beach vacation without all the crowds and sky-high tourist markups, then start planning your Currituck Outer Banks vacation today.

There are a slew of exciting, fun and family-friendly events going on throughout the months of April and May, into the summer. Check out our calendar of events and figure out the perfect time for you to visit Currituck this year for the best vacation ever. You’ll always find someplace to rest your head in Currituck, and there’s plenty of activities for the whole family.

Farm to Fork Anniversary Dinner & Party:
Grab your friends, family or special person and head to the Weeping Radish on April 8th and 9th to celebrate 30 years of microbrewing on the Outer Banks. This weekend-long celebration kicks off with a fabulous Anniversary dinner, and continues through the weekend with an anniversary party including a beer and wine festival, live music, local food vendors and more.
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Enchantment by the Sea: Sanctuary’s Prom for Grown-Ups:
On Saturday, May 7th, plan to relive your glory days at Sanctuary Vineyards’ ultimate throwback celebration, complete with a 3-course dinner and wine, and featuring hits from the 50s-80s. Dress to match the era of your original prom, and be creative! An old school photo booth, prizes, awards and so much more are waiting. You won’t want to miss it, so save the date!
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Run Amok in Currituck: 5K Mud Run:
Start training now for this all-out, hilarious and action-packed mud run and obstacle course taking place at Sanctuary Vineyards on May 28th. Run your way through the “muck,” and earn an extra glass of wine that afternoon. Your registration includes a ticket to the Sanctuary Vineyards Spring Wine Festival later in the day (hooray!), so you’ll have the chance to sweat it out before you “wine” it down.
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Memorial Day Beach Blast:
Celebrate a long weekend, or plan an entire week away during Memorial Day, and head to Historic Corolla Park for our annual Memorial Day Beach Blast on May 29th. Admission is free, and the day’s lineup of events has something for every member of your family, including live music and phenomenal local food vendors.
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