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Final one for tonight as I need to get to bed.
Finally for tonight on my tour of must visit Beaches of North Carolina is Carova Beach. This beach, located in Currituck County, is on the very top right corner of the state just south for the NC VA boarder. If you`re looking to get away from busy resort towns and not even near any roads then Carova Beach is the perfect place. The beach is only accessible by boat or by 4 wheel drive vehicles. This place is remote. There are no restaurants, shops, or other attractions to speak of (except maybe a guided tour shack). Just plenty of cottage houses. Sadly developers continue to expand the community so it`s probably only a matter of time before such things are built so you had better come and visit while you can. The only real, and probably one of the best attractions in the area is it`s large heard of Wild Spanish Mustangs. One of the few heards remaining on the coast of North Carolina. There`s a federal law out stating that one can`t get within 50ft of them. There is a down side to this seclusion. IT`S EXPENSIVE. The average house here costs $750,000 American and run up to $2 million; even the single wide trailers on stilts can cost over $100,000. Most of them however are upscale rentals. Fishing and surfing are allowed but there are some restrictions since this is protected land and the wildlife is also protected. So If you`re looking for an out of the way place on a beach (and have some money to burn for it) then Carova Beach is the perfect beach get-a-way for you and your family.
That`s it for me tonight I`ll continue my tours of North Carolina beaches tomorrow.