Journey's End, Magnolia Bay, The Currituck Club, Outer Banks, NC

Corolla Area Recreation & Leisure

The Currituck Club

Championship Outer Banks golf course designed by award-winning course designer Rees Jones. Ideally situated on the Currituck Sound, this course is one you won’t want to miss during your next Outer Banks vacation.

Timbuck II

Fun for the whole family, Timbuck II in Corolla offers great options in family recreation including bumper cars, an Indy­Kart racetrack and an 18­-hole miniature golf course!

Village Yoga

From beginner to advanced practices, Village Yoga offers studio and private yoga classes in the serenity of Journey’s End or out on the beautiful beaches of the Outer Banks. Their well-trained and knowledgeable instructors teach in a nurturing and relaxing environment that meets the needs of all levels of yoga practice for both visitors and local residents alike.

H2OBX Waterpark

Whether you're looking for wild family fun or an upscale resort getaway, H2OBX is the place to be in the Outer Banks, packed with 30 adrenaline-inducing rides, slides, and attractions. Come see all that the best waterpark in North Carolina has to offer.  

Lovie's Salon - Spa - Wellness

An eclectic, bohemian haven for beauty and well-being. We invite you to come in and treat yourself to the Lovie's experience in the heart of historic Corolla Village.

Corolla Bait & Tackle

Fishing fun for the whole family! Friendly, local knowledge, rod and reel rentals, crabbing supplies and rentals and charter fishing trips. Located next to the Inn at Corolla Light and the Harris Teeter Shopping Center.

Corolla Wild Horses

One of the most popular “attractions” on the Outer Banks are the wild Spanish Mustangs that naturally inhabit the northern beaches. Take one of the many horse tours or enjoy the 4x4 beaches in your own personal vehicle in hopes of catching a glimpse of these beauties. Be sure to maintain a safe distance and follow the rules of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund when in close proximity to the animals.

Corolla Wild Horse Fund Museum

Located in Historic Corolla Village, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund is an operating, interactive wild horse museum and store that welcomes visitors year-round to learn about the wild Spanish Mustangs that inhabit the beaches of the Outer Banks, brought to you by the people who are dedicated to protecting them the most.

Corolla Adventure Park

Located ½ mile north of the Currituck Lighthouse, the Corolla Adventure Park opened in the summer of 2016 after the success of its sister park in Nags Head and is now the largest aerial adventure park on the Outer Banks!

Currituck Beach Lighthouse

Restored by Outer Banks conservationists in 1991, the Currituck Beach Lighthouse was built in 1875 and is one of the few lighthouses in North Carolina that are open to the public for climbing. Located right in the heart of Historic Corolla Village, the red-brick lighthouse provides climbers with a panoramic view from sound to sea, lending a spectacular perspective of the delicate barrier islands that make up the Outer Banks.

Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education

With more than 250 decoys, an exhibit gallery, an 8,400-gallon aquarium, gift shop, daily tours and free admission, the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education is an excellent place to bring the entire family to combine education, local history & excitement in one local attraction! The center offers educational programs for all ages (reservations required) including birding, kayaking, decoy carving, fishing, nature walks and beach exploration.

Whalehead in Historic Corolla

The perfect place to catch a sunset, launch your boat, let your kids run around or have a wedding, Whalehead in Historic Corolla provides a backdrop like none you’ve ever seen! Built in the 1920s, this stately soundfront estate, situated at the base of the Currituck Lighthouse, has served as a private vacation residence, a boys' school and a military training base. Today, it is open for daily tours and is the location of many of the wonderful events and activities held here on the Outer Banks.

Journey's End, Outer Banks, NC