Moyock is an unincorporated community in Currituck County, North Carolina. Currituck County is known as a Sportsman's Paradise. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Sound, Currituck and Corolla are home to some world-class fishing. Whether you want to try your hand at surf fishing, crabbing, or you're looking to charter a boat, these shops have what you need. You'll find bait and tackle, rods and reels for rent, and boat charters of all sizes for fishing in the sound or in the ocean. The northern Outer Banks beaches of Currituck County include several distinct beach and vacation rental communities, each with something special to offer visitors. Whalehead Beach is a serene beach community on the Outer Banks of North Carolina that features large, beautiful vacation rental homes. Known for it's nearby unspoiled beaches and close proximity to Corolla attractions, shopping and restuarants, visitors to Whalehead Beach enjoy it's large lots and laid-back Southern family atmosphere. Located on three miles of secluded shoreline, this private beach community consists of three streets which run alongside the Atlantic Ocean. With convenient beach accesses on every block, beachgoers find it easy to make their way to a relaxing day of sun and fun on the Outer Banks. Swan Beach is known by locals and tourists in the know as one of the best places in the Outer Banks to watch the wild horses in their natural habitat. When you book your vacation in Currituck, you may be interested in a trip up Swan Beach. The soft sand feels great on your feet, but bear in mind that it's not an easy destination. Swan Beach in the OBX is about three miles north of the beach access ramp in Currituck, which means if you park where the road ends you'll have to do some hiking! No worries, though, if you have a 44 vehicle you can ride out on the sand, or you can book a horse-watching tour with the many companies in Corolla that guide visitors to where the horses are found. You'll love the Swan Beach area for its serenity and beauty. This part of the OBX borders the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge, so you may also see marsh birds and other animals native to North Carolina enjoying the sunshine. It's like stepping back in time to when the early settlers first encountered our coast. There are a few vacation homes for rent in the area, which require a 44 vehicle to access, so if you really want to get away from it all you can bring the family and celebrate a reunion or holiday at beautiful Swan Beach. Enjoy a perfect sunrise, then hop over the dunes into the water! Keep an eye out around your rental, too, because you may have a few four-legged visitors. Be aware that local laws forbid you to make physical contact with the wild horses, but definitely bring a camera.