The Currituck Outer Banks offers a wide selection of fun-filled activities designed specifically with children, and the young at heart, in mind.
The SEAL (Safety Education and Aquatic Learning) Program is open to children ages 7-14. Corolla Ocean Rescue instructors teach about the ocean, first aid, and physical fitness. Adults are invited to attend a free seminar offered at the same time.
Kids can race go-karts around a large track or play in bumper cars at Corolla Raceway.
Skate the 5000 sq. ft. outdoor skateboarding park at the Corolla Light Town Center.
Take the kids to Kitty Hawk Kites in TimBuck II where they can learn how to rock climb on a 26 foot outdoor climbing wall.
At the Whalehead Club, children will enjoy hunting for treasure while learning about geography and navigation. Each child receives a prize!
Listen to spooky tales about pirates and shipwrecks during ghost tours at the Whalehead Club. Reservations are recommended.
The Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education offers free programs for kids of all ages, including: eco-kayaking, surf fishing, nature photography, and more.
The Wild Horse Museum has a variety of activities allowing children to paint wild horses, pet a gentled Spanish Mustang, and even take pony rides.