If you’re looking for a peaceful getaway in an amazing beach destination, look no further than the town of Corolla on the Outer Banks. Corolla is the perfect place to slow down, relax, and forget about all your worries, while making memories that will last a lifetime. Our Corolla Outer Banks vacation homes offer all the comforts of home, with many luxury perks that you will appreciate. Whether your group is big or small, we’ve got the perfect-sized home for your Outer Banks getaway!
Walk to the Beach, Kick Back in the Evenings
The main draw of staying in Corolla is the easy beach access; you can walk to the beach from all of our Corolla rental homes! And that’s good, because Corolla is the type of place where taking an evening stroll along the beach counts as mainstream entertainment. This sleepy town is where all your relaxing beach dreams come true! Spend peaceful days lounging on the sand, take long walks looking for shells, and enjoy watching the kids play in the sand and surf. If nothing else, you can always just work on your tan!
Our comfortable homes offer luxury amenities at affordable prices. Whether you need three bedrooms or nine, your rental home will have plenty of space, as well as ocean views from your spacious deck. You can expect full kitchens with all the appliances you need for preparing great meals, comfortable living rooms for ultimate relaxation, and cozy beds to retire to in the evenings. Many of our Corolla homes also have either private pools or access to community pools; some are located in gated communities with extra amenities like sports facilities. Our spacious Corolla homes are the perfect place to head for a special family getaway, whether it’s just your immediate family looking to make memories, or you’re planning a full-scale family reunion.
Things to Do near Corolla, Outer Banks Vacation Homes
While Corolla is a sleepy beach town, it does offer a variety of great activities to keep everyone busy. Nature lovers will rejoice in its proximity to the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge and the Currituck Banks Estuarine Reserve, where you can hike and kayak to your heart’s content, watching for migratory birds along the way. The wild horses of Corolla are also a must-see, so whether you rent a 4X4 yourself or take a tour, you won’t want to miss these amazing herds of beautiful mustangs.
Before you head out to see the local wildlife, why not learn a bit more about the area’s flora and fauna at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education? Located right in Corolla, this center is the absolute best place to get all your questions answered about the natural history of the Outer Banks. Great educational exhibits and knowledgeable staff make the Center for Wildlife Education a must for anyone who wants to learn about the area’s different habitat types and what sorts of animals they might expect to view there. You can also visit the Corolla Wild Horse Fund Museum and Store, to learn specifically about the wild horses and pick up related souvenirs.
Corolla is a great place to challenge yourself physically, and you have many options for doing that. Climbers (and big kids) will love testing their ninja warrior skills at the Corolla Adventure Park, where 11 obstacle courses and eight ziplines will have them playing high in the trees; those who prefer to keep both feet on the ground can see how steady their hands are in the axe throwing arena! And of course, Corolla is the perfect place to sample all sorts of water sports like wind surfing and stand-up paddling. Stop by North Beach Watersports and take your pick of fun and exciting water sports excursions. If you’re traveling with family, how about a tubing adventure? Or for those who love even more of a thrill, try parasailing, and get an incredible view of Currituck Sound from up in the air! You can also rent waverunners and zoom around with your friends, or plan to get a workout in by renting some kayaks or paddleboards with which to explore the endless inlets and islands of the Sound.
For those whose idea of fun is a bit more sedate than parasailing, you might enjoy a visit to Whalehead, the historic 1920’s Art Nouveau-style hunting estate that sits at the heart of Corolla. Situated on 39 acres of lovely waterfront grounds, this fascinating home was fully restored in the 1990s, and offers various tours and programs. Some say it’s haunted: come decide for yourself! Next door, if you’re feeling up to it, a steep climb will take you to the top of Currituck Beach Lighthouse, where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the Sound and the ocean, allowing you to see just how narrow the Outer Banks really are.
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