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The Virginia Beach area boasts numerous historical, cultural, military, and marine attractions. Here is just a sampling of some favorites. Click here for a complete list.
If you're the type who doesn't just want to LOOK at the ocean but wants to EXPERIENCE it, check out these tours. Most have seasonal availability.
Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Kayaking: 757-422-UFLY
Sailing: Iggy Biggy Sailing: 757-358-5800
Deep-Sea fishing, Thrill Rides, Cruising, Dolphin and Whale-watching: Rudee Tours www.rudeetours.com 757-425-3400.
For the ultimate thrill ride in season, climb aboard a 70-foot, 2,000 hp jetboat and hit the water for a thrilling ride along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront, up to the Cape Henry Lighthouses at Chesapeake Bay. In summer, you're likely to see bottlenose dolphins! Visit www.rudeerocket.com or call (757) 425-3400.
Head north on General Booth only 2.5 miles and you'll be at the famous and fabulous Virginia Beach oceanfront and boardwalk! Take it easy and take the trolley, which runs right from KOA to the beach Memorial thru Labor Day, or rent an electric bike or beach cruiser at KOA and ride it all the way on the local bike path!
Want a beach that's just as beautiful but more quaint? Head south 10 miles to Sandbridge Beach. Then there's Chix Beach on the Chesapeake Bay for another experience, or other local beaches our staff will be happy to tell you about.
The Old Cape Henry Lighthouse has stood watch over the Chesapeake Bay since 1792. You can climb it and get a breath-taking view of the bay and the Atlantic Ocean. A second lighthouse, built in 1881, also stands within view.Then you can walk over to see the site where the first English settlers landed on the shores of America in 1607. Cape Henry is located within the Fort Story military base, so plan ahead to make sure you have proper I.D. and vehicle registration with you. (Closed for remodeling; re-opening for summer 2019).
With an abundance of outdoor adventures, Virginia Beach is a playground for pets and pet parents alike. Your four-legged family members are always welcomed at Virginia Beach KOA and we want them to enjoy a perfect vacation with you! From the ocean to the bay, and all the dog parks and hiking trails in between, whether swimming, hiking, fetching or joining you for a stand-up paddle (SUP) boarding lesson, we love seeing coastal pets make the most of their visit.
In Virginia Beach, there are so many adventure, historical, military, cultural, dining, festival and entertainment attractions that that it wouldn't be possible to list them all here. Check out the city's visitor website at www.visitvirginiabeach.com and www.beachstreetusa.com for complete lists.
As if there wasn't already enough to keep you and the kids busy at the campground, you'll find numerous adventure, natural, historical, and military attractions to visit while you're here. Here are just a few; please ask us at the Front Desk for more information.
With 14 miles of open, public beaches – with NO fees – Virginia Beach offers a variety of unique beaches to fit every mood. The newly-landscaped Virginia Beach resort area features live music, street performers, diverse festivals, as well as outdoor cafes and nightlife.
If your idea of a "day at the beach" is more relaxed, visit Chesapeake Beach (known to the locals as “Chick's Beach) for a more tranquil spot along the scenic Chesapeake Bay. Swimmers will enjoy the bay's protected shallow waters and beautiful sunsets.
For a more secluded environment, the Sandbridge area on Virginia Beach's southern shore is perfect—quiet, breathtaking ocean views, and just 20 minutes from the main resort area.
Virginia Beach boasts miles of hiking and biking trails. Get more info at https://www.vbgov.com/government/departments/parks-recreation/parks-trails/Pages/bikeways-trails.aspx.