The newly constructed Corolla Village Inn offers nightly rentals on the Outer Banks. We welcome travelers searching for a comfortable yet classic space, friendly staff, and an appreciation for attention to detail.
Outback Candy Store & More
The Sweet Sunflour
Scoops Ice Cream Shop
Family, fun and fitness on the beaches of Corolla! Summer vacations are all about a break from the ordinary: your job, your chores, landlocked cities and all of the stress that accompany them.
OBX Fitcations is here to help by combining fitness, fun and family to keep your body on track while on vacation.
Broken Plate Kitchen
A taste of the Caribbean with a Currituck Beach Lighthouse view. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner, our family orientated restaurant includes American favorites infused with island flavors. One of the best part about Broken Plate Kitchen is Tasty Treats. A spot where you can enjoy extreme milkshakes, bubble teas and waffles, churros, waffle sticks and much more. Come check us out at The Sweet Destination of the OBX
The Chill Spot
The Chill Spot is the cherry on top of your Corolla vacation! We’ve got delicious ice cream, creative sundaes, candy, homemade waffle cones, milkshakes, malts, hurricanes, awesome t-shirts and stickers – the list goes on! Located at 610 Currituck Clubhouse Dr. at the Harris Teeter stop light. Come chill out after a hot day on the beach! See you soon!
The Finer Points Coastal, LLC
The Finer Points Coastal, LLC is an award-winning boutique company specializing in weddings and events for the past 20+ years. The owners Laura Billak and Lynn Iannizzi and their team offer their elegant style and creative ideas to create beautiful coastal weddings for their clients. The Finer Points Coastal, LLC takes an active interest in the Outer Banks Community as proud partners with the Corolla Wild Horse Fund as a “Community Care Partner”. With each event they contract in the Outer Banks, The Finer Points Coastal makes a direct donation to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund in honor of each of their couples as well as offers event donation packages for clients to personally donate directly to the fund in an effort to support the ongoing efforts to protect, conserve and responsibly manage the herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustang descendants living wild on the northernmost Currituck Outer Banks for 500 years.
Corolla Pop Up Picnics
Currituck Maritime Museum
Monday – Friday; 10:00am – 4:00pm
Surrounded by sound and ocean waters and interlaced with rivers and creeks, Currituck County has always been shaped by water, and equally, the water has helped to define and shape its people and rich coastal history. The Currituck Maritime Museum exhibits historic boats, artifacts, and other displays that will tell the stories of local businesses and citizens who have lived and worked on the various waterways of the region. This new facility, located across from the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, adds to the cultural richness of Historic Corolla Park, which also includes Whalehead and the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education, helping visitors learn more about the Currituck County’s unique heritage.
HONORING OUR RICH MARITIME HERITAGE
Located in the heart of Historic Corolla Park, surrounded by the Currituck Sound to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the museum, a 10,000-square-foot self-interpretive, family-friendly exhibit experience, focuses on several restored boats that have defined Currituck maritime history through the years. In addition to the physical boats on display, a powerful visitor experience is delivered through stunning photography, breathtaking videography, hands-on exhibits, demonstrations and educational programs.
Exhibit topics include: restored historical boats, fishing, lifesaving stations, lighthouses, the boat-building industry, decoy carving, weather and more.
“Our way of life in Currituck County has been molded by the waterways that surround us—from our mode of transportation and travel to the recreation activities we enjoy to our livelihoods. It’s always been an important part of our heritage and we’re excited to share those stories.” ~ Chandler Sawyer, Museum Manager
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OBX Treasure Hunt
There are stories here about hidden treasure here on the island. Can you be the first to figure out where it is located? This is the Outer Banks Treasure Hunt. In this text message based scavenger hunt, you will explore landmark locations throughout the Outer Banks using clues to search for the treasure.