Currituck Beach Lighthouse Corolla

Currituck Beach Lighthouse is part of the Historic Corolla Park

 A lovely waterfront park located in the charming village of Corolla. Visitors can climb the 220 steps to the top of the lighthouse for breathtaking views of the Currituck Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, and the surrounding Outer Banks landscape.

A Beacon of the Outer Banks: The Currituck Beach Lighthouse is a historic landmark on the northern Outer Banks of North Carolina. Standing 162 feet tall, its distinctive red brick exterior makes it easily recognizable. 

Construction began in 1873, and the lighthouse was first lit in 1875. It was built to fill a dangerous "dark spot" along the coast, aiding mariners in navigating the treacherous waters.

Beach Air-Up Station

Within Historic Corolla Park, you'll find a convenient air-up station specifically for beach driving enthusiasts.