The Colonial Spanish Mustangs roam freely on the 4×4 beaches, their permanent sanctuary. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund was established to protect, conserve, and responsibly manage the herd. The most important mission of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund is to keep the horses safe, which involves putting significant effort into educating the public. County ordinances are in place to keep the horses safe, such as staying 50 feet away from the horses at all times and do not feed the horses under any circumstances.
The Corolla Wild Horses are a beautiful sight to behold, for locals and visitors alike. It’s important to remember that they are wild animals. Contact the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, or Currituck County Dispatch if after hours (252) 232-2216 if you see a horse that appears sick or injured. Alert Currituck County Dispatch immediately if you see a person or group harassing or feeding the horses.
The Corolla Wild Horse Fund has a gift shop conveniently located in Corolla Village. Gift shop profits go directly to the care of the horses.
Corolla Wild Horse Fund (252) 453-8002