Looking for a few fun things to do on your vacation in Corolla? Here are the top 5 things to do during your stay!
- Corolla Adventure Park
See the Outer Banks from a whole new perspective, up in the air! If you are a thrill seeker, come climb, zip, and play at the award winning Corolla Adventure Park. This course is the largest aerial park on the Outer Banks, and includes over 60 obstacles and zips. The Corolla Adventure Park is designed for those over the age of 4, and can be enjoyed by all skill levels. The course is designed to test your physical and mental limits, while promoting creativity and problem solving in a family environment. Contact us to book your climb today!
2. Corolla Wild Horse Tours
Check out the Wild Horses that live along the North Carolina coast. You may be able to see the horses while adventuring out on your own, but your best bet at spotting these animals is to contact the experts. Corolla Wild Horse tour guides are knowledgable and will provide the whole family with 2.5 hours of adventure and fun. Take a ride in one of their 15-seater vans, and enjoy the fresh ocean breezes and sunshine as you experience Outer Banks nature and wildlife. Corolla is currently home to over 100 wild horses that roam the coast, which you will have the opportunity to see on the 25 mile excursion.
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3. Currituck Beach Lighthouse
The Currituck beach lighthouse has been lighting the shores of the Outer Banks since 1875. The waters off the coast of North Carolina have rightfully been given the name “The Graveyard of the Atlantic” as this is where thousands of shipwrecks have occurred. The Currituck Beach Lighthouse was designed to warn and protect sailors from the rough and shallow coastlines. Visitors can climb the 220 steps of the spiral staircase to enjoy the panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Currituck Sound. You can also visit the exhibits at the base of the lighthouse to study the early history of the Outer Banks and the Currituck Lighthouse.
4. Corolla Beaches
The Outer Banks stretch more than 100 miles along the coast, and are home to some of the most beautiful beaches, Corolla in particular. If driving on the beach has been on your bucket list, you can cross that off your list here! If you do not have access to 4 wheel drive, you can rent a vehicle for the day, or park at a local beach access and enjoy the beach from your chair or towel!
5. Currituck Banks Reserve
Nature Preservation plays a major role as to why the Outer Banks is home to some of the most beautiful and pristine landscapes. The Currituck Banks Coastal Estuarine Reserve takes up 965 acres of natural maritime habitat. Visitors can enjoy the various nature trails that wind through the reserve for great fishing, birding, hiking, and discovering. https://www.outerbanks.com/currituck-banks-coastal-estuarine-reserve.htm