Kitty Hawk Kites

Kitty Hawk Kites

Experience more adventure, fun, and style with Kitty Hawk Kites. For over 40 years – and with locations from Corolla to Ocracoke – Kitty Hawk Kites is proud to provide the most unique shopping experience with unmatched quality and service, as well as the most dynamic adventure offerings on the Outer Banks.

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Corolla Movie and Bistro

Corolla Movies and Bistro is a one-stop shop movie theater and restaurant. We combine movies with a casual dining experience, featuring a full-service menu offer a wide variety of food. Menu options include burgers...

Outer Banks Massage Therapy

Outer Banks Massage Therapy open year round, located in the heart of Corolla, they are serene spa set up for a variety of massages and spa treatments. They can accommodate couples' treatments and groups as well. Their...

Eden Spa & Salon

Welcome to Eden Day Spa & Salon! We are an Aveda Concept Salon and Spa located in the heart of beautiful Corolla on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is our mission to provide our guests with the best in hair...

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Beach Braids

Here’s a fun, family-owned place to do something a little different during your beach vacation. A variety of braids, with or without beads, can be artfully styled at Beach Braids, which first opened in Nags Head...

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Flying Pirate Half Marathon

Flying Pirate Half Marathon

Apr 22, 2017 - Apr 23, 2017

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From runner costumes, to Expo decorations and all the way to the post-race party! Pirates Rule at the well-organized, fun race!

Mike Dianna's Grill Room

Mike Dianna's Grill Room

Mike Dianna’s is a family-owned and operated restaurant built on the love of food and entertaining. They invite diners from the beachy casual to formally dressed to enjoy a host of delectable favorites including lunch, dinner and kid’s menu choices. This includes seafood such as crab cakes, local tuna, wahoo with a nightly changing menu that is based on the freshest local ingredients available.

The Lost Colony

The Lost Colony

In July of 1587, 117 English men, women, and children came ashore on Roanoke Island with a commission from Elizabeth I to establish a permanent English settlement in the New World. Just three years later in 1590, when English ships returned to bring supplies to the settlement, they found the island deserted with no sign of the colonists except the single word, “CROATOAN,” carved into the surface of an abandoned structure and the letters, “CRO,” scratched into the bark of a tree. After nearly 450 years, the mystery of what happened to the colonists remains unsolved.