We had a wonderful week at this fabulous campground! The Outer Banks West / Currituck Sound KOA Holiday is located on the Currituck Sound. This stay was sponsored, but our love of this KOA (and desire to return soon) is genuine! Located about 45 minutes from the busy beach towns of the Outer Banks, it’s peaceful & quiet with a ton of activities. We kayaked, walked on the nature trails and boardwalks, sampled local beer and wine by the water, and enjoyed sunsets by the campfire. Our son, daughter-in-law, and grandson joined us for the weekend. They loved it too!
Watch the video review below to see all this campground has to offer. Then continue reading for more details.
We love KOA’s because they offer so many different types of sites to suit any budget or preference, and this one was no exception. In fact, the Outer Banks West / Currituck Sound KOA Holiday had some of the most beautiful sites we’ve seen.
- Deluxe Patio Sites – These wide full hook-up sites had sturdy dining tables, rocker seats, charcoal grills, and stone fire rings. The tall dining table and chairs are on a raised platform.
- Standard Sites – There were also standard full hook-up sites that come with a picnic table and fire ring.
- Both the patio and standard sites are available waterfront or inland.
- No RV? No problem! They have tent sites and KOA cabins to enjoy.
This campground is uniquely located on the Currituck Sound and has five piers for fishing and swimming, kayak & SUP rentals, nature trails with two fishing ponds, a huge dog park, a very nice playground with a large open field for the kids to run around in, and an acade.
Another great amenity was the camp store. It was one of the biggest we’ve seen and also had a snack bar with ice cream. The camp store sold souvenirs, basic food items, and camping gear. Best of all, they had a license to sell alcohol and featured local beer and wine.
There was so much to do at the campground that we spent the bulk of our time there. However, we did enjoy visits to local farmer’s markets, the Weeping Radish Farm Brewery, and Sanctuary Vineyard. Morris Farm Market was a special treat. Not only does it have a large store with produce, baked goods, and crafts, but on the weekends it has live music and prepared food.
We also drove out to Kitty Hawk in the Outer Banks. It was about 45-minutes of driving time, but as Air Force veterans we felt it was important to visit the Wright Brothers National Historic Site.
Book Your Stay Now
Whether you are looking for a quick getaway or family vacation, you can’t go wrong with this amazing KOA campground! Click here to make reservations and don’t forget to sign up for the rewards program to get 10% off every KOA stay. We love the rewards program because you also earn points to use towards discounts on future stays. We were able to get $50 off our weekend here using accumulated rewards points.
Interested in learning more about what KOAs have to offer? Click here to listen to Sean & Kenny’s interview with the President and CEO of the company.
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