This boardwalk cuts through a small portion of swamp forest and brackish marsh. The variety of flora and fauna you’ll see here is astounding. Sweet gum, red maple, black willow, live oak and loblolly pine are intertwined with wild muscadine grapes, Virginia creeper and winged sumac. Shrubs like American holly, wax myrtle, yaupon and bayberry fill in the lowlands, while plants like swamp mallow, morning glory, fern, honeysuckle and pennywort add texture and color to the landscape. Toward the sound, tall reeds and cattails swish in the breeze. The boardwalk ends at a nice resting spot on Currituck Sound, an absolutely perfect place to watch the sunset. Animals you might see along the way include nutria, deer, raccoon, muskrat, red or gray fox, river otter, possum, turtles, snakes and a great variety of birds, including songbirds, wading birds, osprey, terns, killdeer, gulls and others, depending on the time of year.
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CAMA Sound Boardwalk
1101 Corolla Village Road, Currituck Heritage Park, Corolla