Cape Charles / Chesapeake Bay KOA Local Attractions

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Historic Palace Theatre
Historic Palace Theatre

At this beautiful, art deco theater you can catch a Christmas movie, watch a community theater production or see a professional production of music or theater.

305 Mason Ave

Cape Charles, VA 23310

757-331-2787

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Maui Jack's Waterpark
Maui Jack's Waterpark

Get your adrenaline pumping on twisting slides or relax with a trip down the lazy river at Maui Jack's Waterpark on Chincoteague Island.

6742 Maddox Blvd.

Chincoteague Island, VA 23336

757-336-3111

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Cape Charles
Cape Charles

Cape Charles is a beautiful historic town on Virginia's Eastern Shore with a free public beach just steps from the main street. Downtown is dotted with boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Dining options include an intimate bistro, an Irish pub, an old-fashioned lunch counter, several waterfront restaurants and more. There's no shortage of good drinks either. Cape Charles is home to a cider tasting room, a brewery and a distillery tasting room. You can hit the links at Bay Creek Resort and Golf Club, which is home to two 18-hole golf courses, one designed by Arnold Palmer and one designed by Jack Nicklaus.

Lemon Tree Gallery & Studio
Lemon Tree Gallery & Studio

Much of the art in Lemon Tree is inspired by the natural beauty of the Eastern Shore, a peninsula surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, a place rich in wildlife and agriculture, fishing and early American history.

301 Mason Ave

Cape Charles, VA 23310

757-331-4327

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Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach

Just under an hour from Sunset Beach Hotel is the resort city of Virginia Beach. At the Oceanfront visitors can stroll the boardwalk, swim in the Atlantic Ocean or do some shopping. Touch a horseshoe crab or watch seals play at The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Hit the links at one of Virginia Beach's 11 public golf courses, visit one of the area's state parks, go dolphin or whale watching, check out an amusement park, do some shopping, visit a museum, attend a festival or catch some live music. Virginia Beach is a haven for arts, culture and nightlife and it.

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