- TripBuzz discovered 75 different types of activities for couples in the Corolla area, including Parasailing (like North Beach Watersports), Off Road & ATV (like Rick's Jeep Adventures), Beaches (like Carova Beach) and Mini Golf (like Corolla Adventure Golf & Bumper Cars), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 54 date ideas in or near Corolla, North Carolina, including 36 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Duck, Kitty Hawk, Elizabeth City and Kill Devil Hills.
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Mile post 7.5 on U.S. Highway 158, Kill Devil Hills, NC MoreLess Info
The Outer Banks was home to Wilbur and Orville Wright, who took to the skies for the first time on Big Kill Devil Hill (not named for their crashes!). Using the hill and large, flat stretches of land, the Wright Brothers soared in the sky more than 125 years ago, leading the way for airplanes and sky travel as …
Bird Store the is a local art gallery featuring numerous works relating to birds and other animals. Handmade wood carvings and decoys, collectible antique fishing gear, and various paintings are among the works available to purchase.
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Milepost 6 Plaza, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948 MoreLess Info
The Outer Banks Wine University introduces class participants to winemaking and tasting. Classes are featured at Chip's Wine and Beer Market located in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. Students learn about the characteristics of different vintages.
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1701 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948 MoreLess Info
A popular after-hours spot in Kill Devils Hill, The Comedy Club of the Outer Banks has hosted a number of national renowned comedians. Along with scheduled performances, the club also hosts special community events including fundraisers.
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701 W. Ocean Acres Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948 MoreLess Info
The 1,042-acre Nag Heads Woods Preserve is a National Natural Landmark with four different ecosystems on the Outer Bank. From the walking paths that wind through the preserve, visitors can see many different types of birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish, and mammals.
Part of the Nags Head Woods Preserve in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, the Sweetgum Swamp Trail is an approximately one-mile nature path that meets with sand dune hills. The surrounding area is home to the bald eagle as well.