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These Wild Horses Live On The Beach For One Incredible Reason…

The Outer Banks, NC - beaches where wild horses roam


I have seen these personally. Definitely worth the trip! Wild Horses in Corolla, Outer Banks, North Carolina.

from OnlyInYourState

These 6 Treehouses In North Carolina Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience

Cozy treehouse bed & breakfast in southern Oregon, near the redwood forest, the Oregon caves, the beautiful coastline, and many other notable locals.


Currituck Beach Lighthouse, Corolla, NC. This red brick lighthouse -at 162 feet tall- towers above the northern Outer Banks landscape in the historic Corolla Village. Erected in 1875, it houses a winding staircase, 214 steps in all, to the top of the lighthouse for a panoramic view of Currituck Sound, the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Outer Banks. We have gone 7 summers!

from The Frisky

I Want To Go To There: Assateague Island, Where Wild Ponies Sunbathe On The Beach

sunbathing with the wild horses ... 'cause that's how we roll here!! Corolla/Corova, OBX, NC... This is so cool! It would be my dream vacation!


Currituck Beach Lighthouse in Corolla, North Carolina

from PetaPixel

Urbex Photographer Discovers Eerie 'Train Graveyard' in North Carolina Forest

Urbex Photographer Discovers Eerie ‘Train Graveyard’ in North Carolina Forest

from Keeping Life Sane

10 Things you MUST see in the Outer Banks

The barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina have tons to offer! Picturesque beachfront views from the top of a lighthouse, coveted fishing spots, and a rich history to boot.

from Mail Online

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: eerie abandoned Land of Oz theme park hidden at top of a North Carolina mountain

1970s-era photo from the long-abandoned Land Of Oz theme park in North Carolina. Character houses for the Tin Man and Scarecrow were stolen when the park closed down.


Sunset over the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Western North Carolina; photo by Dave Allen