Corolla is a beautiful rapidly growing town on the Northern Outer Banks of North Carolina. Corolla is much smaller than other larger towns on the Outer Banks like Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, and Kitty Hawk. There is a large section of beach that is only accessible by four wheel drive vehicle and contains many estate sized homes as well as a herd of Spanish Wild Mustangs...the Corolla Wild Horses.  Tours of the area are available. For reviews of local companies search this website for Corolla Wild Horses  There are several vacation home communities like: -The Villages at Ocean Hill -Ocean Hill -Corolla Light -Monteray Shores -Whalehead Beach, Ocean Sands, Pine Island and the Currituck Club (a golf community).  There are many vacation home property management companies like- -Twiddy & Company Realtors -ResortQuest -Resort Realty -Carolina Designs Realty -Village Realty -Stan White Realty and Outer Banks Blue.  Or, if you prefer to stay in a hotel, you have: -Hampton Inn & Suites (just north of the Sanderling Inn) or The Inn at Corolla Light. Many Corolla neighborhoods feature beautiful white sand beaches, and other attractions that are all within walking or biking distance. Rainy day? There is a movie theater, The TimBuck II shopping plaza, and the Corolla Historic Village which features: -Twiddy & Company Realtors -Corolla Village B-B-Q -The Lighthouse Garden -The Corolla Schoolhouse which houses the Corolla Wild Horse Museum -the historic Corolla Chapel -Lightkeeper's Wife -Photography Gallery.  A day visit to the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, which you can climb for a small fee, offers an amazing view of Corolla and Currituck Heritage Park which houses the historic Whalehead Club and the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education is a must see.