Corolla, pronounced Kuh-RA-Luh, is located at the Northern End of the Outer Banks roughly 16 miles north of Duck, NC. Best known for the large population of Wild Spanish Mustangs that openly roam the beaches, this area has a unique history rich with OBX culture. Corolla is home to the well known Whale Head Club, a 19th century hunt club established in 1920 by Edward Collins Knight Jr. a lover of nature and waterfowl hunting. Located a stones throw away from this 1920's bright yellow mansion, you'll find the Currituck Lighthouse. A visit to the OBX wouldn't be complete without walking up the 220 steps to the top of this unique red brick lighthouse. From the top, you'll be able to see from sound to sea and enjoy unmatched views of the Island
Corolla, NC referred to by locals as the end of the road is also known as the home of the Wild Horses and the Whalehead Club. The Whalehead Club is always hosting family friendly events and exciting holiday parties. Corolla spans from Duck NC all the way to the Virginia Line that can be seen on the 4x4 beaches. Corolla is known for it's beautiful diversity from the sound side to the oceanfront. This area of the OBX plays host to many of the areas larger luxury homes. From luxury 4 bedroom homes to lavish 16 bedroom accommodations, Atlantic Realty has something for everyone!
The weather in Corolla, North Carolina is sunny in the Summer and cool in the Fall. Temperatures during Fall can drop to the low 60's whereas in the summer they stay high in the 80's and sometimes even push to the high 90's. The saving grace during those dog days of summer is the refreshing ocean with temperatures ranging on average in the mid-70's. Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, the OBX is a beautiful little strip of paradise that offers many amazing oceanfront and soundside rental options for visitors all year long.