Virginia Beach KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-4150

Reserve: 800-562-4150

Info: 757-428-1444

Info: 757-428-1444

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1240 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, VA 23451

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Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

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Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

Based on 1000 Reviews

Local Area Attractions

The Virginia Beach area boasts numerous historical, cultural, military, and marine attractions. Here is just a sampling of some favorites. For a complete list, visit


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.

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Adventure Park zipline & aerial experience

An awesome zipline and aerial adventure experience up in the trees! You won't be able to imagine it -- you have to come and see it!

For ages 5-adult, beginner to expert levels. Discounted tickets available daily in the KOA Store in summer. For details and hours of operation, visit

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Adventure Sports Park

The coolest paintball facility in Virginia Beach is right across the street from KOA! Bring clothes and shoes that can get messy and prepare to have a blast! Something for every age and skill level. Rental equipment and paintballs available for a reasonable fee. Get details and hours of operation at!

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Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

You'll find one of the country's best aquariums and live animal habitats at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center. Visit interactive, hand-on exhibits to learn more about the creatures and habitats of the Atlantic Ocean, Chesapeake Bay, marshes and more. You may see creatures you've never seen before! Walk along the peaceful nature trail, climb an observation tower, or take one of several boat tours offered throughout the year. The whole family will love the six-story-high IMAX 3D Theater! Learn more at or call (757) 385-FISH.

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Ocean Breeze Waterpark

Open daily Memorial Day-Labor DayWith 16 waterslides and a million-gallon wave pool, there's wild water fun for everyone at the Ocean Breeze Waterpark. Call (757) 422-4444 or go online to for details. *Discounted tickets available at our front desk.

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Whether your thrill is Go-Karts, Paintball, Climbing Walls, Skycoasters, or Mini Golf, this one-stop for fun has it all. One mile north of KOA.

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On the Water

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 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 or call (757) 425-3400.

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Cape Henry Lighthouses

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. Visit Cape Henry Lighthouses online or phone (757) 422-9421.

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Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

While in Virginia Beach, you won't want to miss taking a drive on (and through) the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. Called a modern engineering marvel, it creates a direct link between Virginia Beach and Virginia's Eastern Shore, featuring delicious restaurants, a peaceful coastline, and Chincoteague Island, famous for its wild ponies. Get more info at

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Nauticus/Battleship Wisconsin

Tour the Battleship Wisconsin, one of the largest built by the U.S. Navy. Then explore Nauticus, which houses the rich collections of the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and exciting science, maritime, and ocean life exhibits. See the current exhibit listing at

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Navy FA-18 Super Hornet Fighter Jets

Do you feel the need for speed? Watch the awe-inspiring fighter jets flying overhead while you're on our campground. Based at the nearby Naval Air Station Oceana, these jets are loud but they will strike pride in your heart and send shivers down your spine whenever you see them. An observation area is available just 3 miles west of the KOA, where Oceana Blvd. bends to become First Colonial Road.

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There's so much to see!

There are literally HUNDREDS of things to see and do while you're in Virginia Beach. Besides the attractions we've listed elsewhere on this page, visit the following websites for more: or

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