Corolla NC is located between the town of Duck and Carova and is the northernmost town of the Outer Banks. Corolla is a charming town offers something for everyone.
Rich in history, Corolla, NC is home to true, blue natives; the wild horses. Corolla wild horses have been roaming the beaches since the late 1500s. The wild horses spend their days strolling the sandy beaches and the surfside. If you see a wild horse during your stay, it’s imperative you stay at least 50 feet away from the wild horses and do not feed them. The wild horses can’t digest fruits and vegetables like domesticated horses do and can kill them. Violation of these laws can result in hefty fees by Corolla and Currituck County.
Corolla, NC is also home to the Historic Whalehead Club, a mansion that has been standing since 1925. At Historic Corolla Park you’ll find the Whalehead Club and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse. Both feature tours where you can learn more and discover the history of Corolla. During the summer, weekly events are held at the Whalehead Club ranging from weekly wine festivals to concerts and movie nights.
For the active visitor, Corolla, NC is also home to many water sports. Partake in kayaking, jet skis, parasailing, stand up paddle boarding, and surfing. Corolla, NC features great local shopping as well at the Timbuck II shopping center, Monteray Plaza, Corolla Light Town Center, and The Shoppes at the Currituck Club.