Fall into Autumn

Longtime visitors will tell you – quietly – that Fall is their favorite time to visit the Outer Banks of Currituck County.

Grandparents with grandchild laughingShhhh. Can you keep a secret? When the summer crowds go back to work and school, the weather and the ocean stay warm on the northern Outer Banks well into October. For those in the know, that means beautiful beach weather by day, and crisp, cool evenings perfect for family barbecues, camping and long walks on the beach.

Related: See average fall temperatures and current conditions for the Outer Banks

The off-season vacation home rental rates? They can’t be beat, either. Come slip away for a night, a long weekend or a whole week.

Download or order a free Visitor’s Guide here.

Get out and enjoy

Just about anything you can do in the summer is available in the fall, too – for a whole lot less. You don’t have to go crazy packing your car full of gear, either.

You can rent surfboards, boogie boards, beach gear, fishing equipment, bikes, kayaks … you name it. There are great activities here to keep everyone in your group happy.

Many companies offer reduced off-season rates on guided tours to see Corolla’s famous wild horses, too.

Jump in a 4X4 for a guided tour of the northern beaches where Corolla’s wild Spanish Mustangs have roamed freely for generations. Whatever you do, don’t forget your camera.

Ghostly Image of Antique Car Parked at the WhaleheadCan’t-miss special events this Fall

Creepy in Corolla – October 31

The Currituck Beach Lighthouse, Whalehead in Historic Corolla, and the residents of Corolla are planning a Trunk or Treat event for Creepy in Corolla again this year. Children from all over are invited to visit the Historic Corolla Village for Trick or Treating on Halloween. Adults and businesses are invited to be the “Trunks” again this year for our annual event!

Check our Events Calendar for a full list of events this fall.

An Outer Banks Thanksgiving

Gather the family … without the crowdsCouple at dinner posing for photo

Year after year, extended families gather together to celebrate Thanksgiving Outer Banks-style, with all the comforts of home and a beautiful, wide-open beach right outside their door.

Our large, beachfront homes are perfect for putting the whole extended family under one roof, while still giving everyone plenty of elbow room.

Plenty of things to do outdoors, too.

Roast a turkey out on the deck in the fresh sea air, fill the table with freshly caught seafood from the local waters, then work it all off with a long walk on the beach.

Fall offers something for everyone on the Outer Banks of Currituck County, North Carolina. Download or order a free Visitor’s Guide and start making your plans for a fall visit today!


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