Outer Banks West KOA is situated in such an amazing location. You can enjoy all of the beauty and tranquility of this beautiful campground on the Currituck Sound, take a day trip to Kitty Hawk or hop on our boat taxi and explore Corolla.
With all of these great ways to explore the local area make sure you don’t miss out on these must-have experiences while you’re here.
Climb the Wright Brother’s Memorial
If you want to get a beautiful, panoramic view of the Outer Banks, climb the hill of the Wright Brothers Memorial. Visiting the site of man’s first flight is a must do when you visit the Outer Banks. In addition to enjoying the view, don’t forget to stop by the museum and learn about the Wright brothers work.
See the Corolla Ponies
The northern beaches of the Outer Banks are home to a band of wild horses. No trip to the area would be complete without seeing these beautiful creatures. Take a ride with Bob’s Wild Horse Tours and see the ponies in their natural habitat from the comfort of a four-wheel drive safari truck.
Go to the Beach
You’re already so close to some of the most beautiful beaches in America, why miss out? Hop on our boat taxi and take a ride over to Corolla. You’ll be dropped off at Timbuck II, a hub of dining and shopping, and from there you can cross highway 12 and walk up Albacore Street to the public beach access. It’s about ½ a mile from Timbuck II to the beach.
If you’d rather take your own care over to the Outer Banks head to Kitty Hawk. It’s the closes beach to the campground. It’s 45 minutes to a hour from the campground, depending on traffic.
You won’t want to miss this sprawling water park. You can relax in the lazy river, shoot down heart pounding body slides, ride epic slides with your friends or body surf in the wave pool. There’s a whole watery fun zone just for kids and they have tons of lounge chairs and umbrellas for relaxing.
Watch the sunrise over the Currituck Sound
While you’re staying at Outer Banks West KOA drink in the beautiful views of the Currituck Sound every chance you get. Brewing a cup of coffee and getting up early to watch the sunrise over the sound is a must do. That’s a view you won’t soon forget and it will start your day on a peaceful, relaxing note.
Outer Banks West KOA and the Outer Banks as a whole are an anglers paradise. Cast a line from one of the four fishing piers at Outer Banks West, do a little surf fishing from the beach in Kitty Hawk or book a fishing charter and head out where the trophy fish hang out.
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