Cape Charles, Virginia, is a charming beach town located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Rent a golf cart and head into the historic district to grab some beach gear. You can rent fishing gear, kayaks, jet skis, stand up paddleboards, and more.
If you love the outdoors and are looking for a little more adventure, the Assateague Island National Seashore is a great option! You can camp on the beach, hike or bike trails along the 37-mile beachfront, go horseback riding, kayak, surf, fish, and crab.
The Virginia Beach Oceanfront is Virginia’s largest and most popular beach. Head to the south end of the Oceanfront to Rudee Inlet, where you can learn about fishing charters, dolphin cruises, parasailing, jet skis, and more. Take a stroll, bike, or rollerblade down the 3-mile boardwalk.
Sandbridge Beach is about 15-miles south of the Virginia Beach Oceanfront and is an excellent spot for those looking to get away from the crowds. It’s also a perfect spot for surfers and sunset watchers!
Officially known as Chesapeake Beach, this stretch of Virginia Beach is often called Chic’s Beach. Virginia’s most visited State Park, First Landing offers hiking and biking trails, a kayak and boat launch, camping, and beach access.