From its northernmost point in Corolla to its southern terminus on Cedar Island, this scenic byway — bound between sound and sea — links the islands and communities of the Outer Banks.
Just Add Water
How often can you stay in one area and watch the sun both rise and set over water? For visitors to the Currituck Outer Banks, the answer is “daily.” Water is an integral part of life here — from exploring on it to playing in it to simply enjoying being near it.
A Century of Opulence in the Northern Outer Banks
An Art Nouveau-style mansion perched on Currituck Sound has survived for a century against all odds — and it’s still one of the newest buildings in historic Corolla.
New Inn Town in Corolla
In the village of Corolla, a different kind of lodging stands out from the weeklong rentals typical of the northern Outer Banks. Guests might only stay there for a night or two, but in that short amount of time, the Corolla Village Inn feels like home.
A First Timer’s Guide to the Currituck Outer Banks
Ten can’t-miss activities and experiences — from climbing the Currituck Beach Lighthouse to seeing wild horses to “ghost crabbing” — for your first trip to the northern Outer Banks.
A Herd of Survivors on the Outer Banks
For five centuries, the famed wild horses of Corolla have thrived in the dunes and waves. Today, the herd’s (human) protectors ensure their resiliency for generations to come.
Adventures in Currituck County
Explore the beauty of the Outer Banks in North Carolina's Currituck County.
Life in Corolla: 3 Ways to Get the Full Experience
Make the most of this quaint Outer Banks village — no matter what time of year you visit.
Outer Banks Dining Guide, From Corolla to Hatteras
North Carolina's coast not only brims with top-notch seafood restaurants, but also comforting Italian food, award-winning martinis, stellar breakfast, and more.