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We are the non-profit organization that manages the herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs on the northern beaches of Currituck County. Our mission is: To protect, conserve, and responsibly manage the herd of wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs roaming...more
All reviews non profit money goes our tour guide commercial tour great tour open air the outer banks morning tour knew where other companies open vehicle horse tours these beautiful creatures two hours take photos highly recommend this tour bumpy ride
about a month ago we had friends down from Maine, so took them on horse trip through the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. Our driver was Bill and he out me to work right away as copilot to help him loom for horses. he taught me...More
My husband and I went to the outer banks just to visit corolla and see the wild horses in there own environment . While we were there we learned about how the horses came to the outer banks and how they exist today. I highly...More
If you are considering a wild horse tour, PLEASE use Corolla Wild Horse Fund! It was one of the best experiences I have ever had. We learned about the history of the horses from how they got here to present day. The tour was in...More
What an amazing tour. Bill was an excellent guide. After a quick, pre-tour talk about the fund (the only non-profit tour on the Outer Banks) we took off in the Bronco and zoomed along the beach at several miles. Bill took us into areas we...More
Great tour, Bill was our guide and was great, if you take a tour, this is the one to take, the money goes to the horses and this group will give you a wonderful tour and tell you about the history of these beautiful animals....More
Took this tour with Bill. 3 retired ladies. Couldn't have had a nicer, well informed guide. Take the tour offered by the Corolla Wild Horse Fund instead of a for profit operation. Actually will be supporting the horses. Saw a bunch of horse including the...More
We went out with Bill Crone to view the wild horses. We saw several, they were well hidden in the bushes and under trees, but Bill was able to find them. We even saw one of the new foals born this spring.
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We took three kids - ages 6, 8, and 11 - on a morning tour in August with Bill. Everyone loved the tour! My husband sat up front with Bill and got a lot of information while we were driving. The kids loved driving on...More
5 Seniors Ladies, all over 70, visiting OBX for a week - all wanted the experience of seeing the wild horses in Corolla and I was the only serious photographer in the group, the others had their cell phones. This tour was recommended by another...More
Response from wildandfree | Property representative |
Our trips run two hours long and at this time of year we are going out four times a day: 830am, 1100am, 200pm and 430pm. Each adult fare is $45 and children twelve and under is $20. We do not offer further discounting... More
Our trips run two hours long and at this time of year we are going out four times a day: 830am, 1100am, 200pm and 430pm. Each adult fare is $45 and children twelve and under is $20. We do not offer further discounting because we are the non-profit that manages them. All proceeds go back to benefit the horses and the rescues that we have. Thank you for your interest and please let us know if you would like to reserve. This can be done on our website or by calling 252-453-8002.
Response from JennKSmith05 | Reviewed this property |
When we went ( November) it was bumpy along the beach just bc of sand. There are no roads to the area beyond the fence so you have to drive on beach to access the community. I would call and talk to them about when you are... More
When we went ( November) it was bumpy along the beach just bc of sand. There are no roads to the area beyond the fence so you have to drive on beach to access the community. I would call and talk to them about when you are going bc I would assume there is more flexibility for driver at low tide. There is also the option to ride up front with the driver and that might be more comfortable. I would call the tour company to discuss your individual situation, though.