Poised perfectly on the Mid-Atlantic Coast, the Eastern Shore of Virginia has four temperate seasons that welcome outdoor activities year round.
Coastal breezes moderate the heat of summer, and the Gulf Stream nudges winter to the mild side.
Snow is rare, so locals celebrate rather than dread its fleeting presence.
Spring bursts on the scene starting in March and autumn is a mellow, golden time that lingers on and on.
Swimming from June through October is far from a teeth chattering experience, instead you can bathe in warm temps usually in the 70s.