What used to be the tiny village of Corolla now plays host to a multitude of summer events. A couple of decades ago, visitors would have to drive from Corolla to Kitty Hawk just to find something to do aside from going to the beach. Now, however, people from Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head are making the drive to partake in popular Corolla activities. Daytime Corolla events center around sea and sound waters, beautiful blue skies, wild horses, local eateries and historic buildings rich in heritage that are certain to wrap you and your group up in a little pocket of Corolla’s culture. Since you’re on the Outer Banks, it’s important to take advantage of its signature winds and waves by signing up for Corolla activities like surfing, windsailing and parasailing. Some Corolla daytime events, like outdoor lunches, happen daily, others happen once a week and some occur more sporadically. Corolla activities offer fun to people of any age. Whalehead Wednesdays, for example, offer wine tastings as well as live music and cornhole tournaments. Also check out local museums, like the Corolla Wild Horse Museum, to learn about Corolla’s history, geography and culture.
There are wonderful daytime events all over the Outer Banks. Go to OuterBanksThisWeek.com to learn about all of them.