Required parking permits for Currituck beaches now available


 Parking passes for Currituck County beaches are now available for the 2019 season. 

All vehicles parked on the beach must have a county-issued parking permit displayed from the Friday before Memorial Day (May 24) to Labor Day. The permit system was started in 2018.

Permits are $150 for a seasonal pass and $50 for a 10-day pass for 10 consecutive days. 

Currituck County residents and property owners can receive free parking permits by providing proof of residency/ownership. 

All permits must be picked up at either the Currituck Outer Banks Welcome Center or Corolla Visitor’s Center.

The permit system does not apply to:

  • county vehicles
  • emergency vehicles
  • any government agency conducting beach restoration
  • scientific research
  • animal protection
  • commercial fishermen
  • outdoor tour operators when actively engaging in a tour
  • or hunters who are using state or federal land located within the Currituck Outer Banks.

For more information visit Currituck’s beach parking page.

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