Cruising Carolina: Currituckjourneys to the far northeastern corner of North Carolina to explore some of the most remote (and beautiful) wild scenery anywhere in the state. Cruising guide author Claiborne Young shares the serenity of sunsets on Currituck Sound and the majesty of the free roaming wild horses who inhabit Currituck Banks. We also explore Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge, the quaint villages of Currituck and Corolla, and the stark beauty of the sand dunes on the world famous Outer Banks.
Also featured is a trip to remote duck hunting blinds with guide Frank Helms; a visit to the 1875 Currituck lighthouse; and a private look inside the long-closed Snowden General Store, where relics of merchandise from decades ago still sit on the shelves.
Funds for the production of Cruising Carolina: Currituck were generously provided by Currituck County/Currituck County Department of Travel and Tourism. For more information, please go to www.visitcurrituck.com