Things to Do in Corolla, NC: Wildlife Refuges & Programs

The natural environment here contains carefully preserved and maintained oases of the Outer Banks’ wilderness. It can be seen, explored and appreciated with so many pleasant things to do in Corolla, NC, such as strolls along boardwalks lined with native vegetation, visits to estuarine reserves and reflecting on the interpretive markers placed on paths and in wildlife sanctuaries. 

Corolla Wild Horse Museum

Wildlife Refuges & Programs in Corolla, NC
1130 E. Corolla Village Road, Corolla
(252) 453-8002

Corolla Wild Horse Fund's museum, gift shop and offices are located in Historic Corolla Village. Visit them to discover the fascinating history and legacy of the Banker strain of Colonial Spanish Mustangs. Mustangs were brought to the Outer Banks nearly 500 years ago and their descendants are still with us today, although this hardy, majestic breed is now highly endangered. The whole family can learn...read more

Corolla Wild Horse Fund's museum, gift shop and offices are located in Historic Corolla Village....read more