Campground and Vacation Rental Cabins
Large 50 amp pull-thrus, wifi, cable tv, waterfront sites, beach, boat ramp, pier, new bath house, zero entrance pool, new splash pad, snack bar, large campstore and themed weekends.
8107 Tall Pines Lane
Temperanceville , VA 23442
Phone 1: 757-824-0777
Phone 2: 757-894-3368
The only seaside beach accessible by land on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Assateague Island is a must see with its 10 miles of pristine beach, ocean swimming, bird watching, kayaking, hiking, biking and surf fishing not to mention its most famous residents - the wild Chincoteague Ponies who freely roam the island's sands and marshes. There's even a chance to hike the nearby light and get a bird's eye view from atop the 145 ft tall 1867 Assateague Lighthouse.
8586 Beach Road
Eastern Shore , VA 0
Phone 1: 757-336-6577
In a hectic world the Eastern Shore's chain of barrier islands are almost mystical in their isolation. No houses, fewer humans, it’s easy to lose yourself in this water-meets-sky world. Professional eco-tour guides provide unique adventures in the rarest of worlds while protecting this fragile environment: Broadwater Bay Ecotours, SouthEast Expeditions, Chincoteague Cruises and Nature Tours, Eastern Shore Adventures, Lyn B Charters, Marlin Magic, Shore Thing Charters, Top Dog Charters, Adrenaline High. See why we must protect these ecological gems: http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/virginia/files/beach_nesting_bird_brochure_panels.pdf
Accomac , VA 0
Experience a Vacation or Golf Outing at Bay Creek!
Bay Creek offers guests Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Courses, two miles of private sand beaches, walking trails, neighboring marina, unique boutique shops and a variety of restaurants nearby. Under Construction: state-of-the-art Beach Club and Fitness Center!
Bay Creek Vacation Rentals offers guests a variety of accommodations from condos and townhouses to single family homes. Golf Packages are also available. See website for details.
3335 Stone Road
Cape Charles , VA 23310
Phone 1: 757-331-8750
Phone 2: 888-422-9275
Custom Ecotours on Virginia's Eastern Shore
Pull up to your own private island beach with Captain Rick Kellam's seaside barrier island tours. From seashell hunting, to clamming to feasting on gourmet delights, Broadwater Bay Ecotours offer a little bit of everything. No one can show the natural wonders or tell the intriguing tales of people who once called these shifting sands home as can this fifth generation Hog Islander.
6035 Killmon Point Road
Exmore , VA 23350
Phone 1: 757-442-4363
Phone 2: 757-710-0568 (Mobile)
The Town’s beach extends one-half mile along Bay Avenue with a paved walkway bordering the length of the beachfront. Residents and visitors of the Town use the beach for swimming, sunbathing and similar recreational pursuits. Public access onto the beachfront is provided by two wooden walkovers located near the end of Tazewell and Randolph Avenues. The Pavilion and several park benches are located on a paved walkway. The Pavilion is one of the Town’s prominent landmarks, serving as a visual symbol for the Town and featured on the Town’s seal. Restroom facilities are also available for users of the public beach.
Relax on this small town-friendly beach, alongside the warm, calm waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Also quaint gazebo and new fishing pier, all within steps of the historic downtown, perfect for lunch and shopping.
The Town’s beach is the only public beach on the Eastern Shore of Virginia that does not require an entrance fee.
Cape Charles , VA 23310
Phone 1: 757-331-1660
(ESVA Welcome Center)
Phone 2: 757-331-3259 (Ext. 18, Cape Charles Recreation)
14,000 acres of beach, maritime forest, saltmarsh, and freshwater marsh are home to a spectacular variety of migratory birds and wildlife. 10 miles of breathtaking natural beach provide plenty of elbow room and private time. Wonderful for families is the Tom Cove area with beach parking, picnic areas, and bathhouse facilities including lifeguards during the summer season. Herbert Bateman Center is a great introduction to the refuge’s many wonders.
Chincoteague Island , VA 23336
Phone 1: 757-336-6122
Cruises - Fishing - Clamming - Hunting
Meet us in Wachapreague for an exciting boat ride and experience unspoiled nature. Enjoy a sun soaked tour of Virginia's amazing barrier islands, dig for clams, fish and hunt with your best buddies, or spend a day on the beach. The ocean is the limit!
1 Main Street
Wachapreague , VA 23480
Phone 1: 757-787-2108
Nature rules at a beautiful bay beach, where calm, shallow waters are perfect for small children, and the fun doesn't stop there. A boat launch, fishing pier, (or surf fish right off the beach) picnic and excellent camping facilities combine with walking/biking trails allowing exploration of scenic maritime forests and dunes. Pets are allowed on leash only. Top 100 Family Campgrounds by ReserveAmerica. 5 sun-filled cabins with rocking chairs on porches sleep 16 each.
3540 Kiptopeke Drive
Kiptopeke , VA 23310
Phone 1: 800-933-7275
Phone 2: 757-331-2267
Tucked away and rustic on the bayside of the lower Eastern Shore [Eastville area] this 298-acre preserve contains scenic Chesapeake Bay beach, dune, and maritime forests and provides migratory songbird habitat. Small parking area leads to marked hiking trail. Unforgettable spot.
End of Savage Neck Road (Rt 634)
Eastville , VA 23347
Phone 1: 757-787-5989
Phone 2: 757-678-6207 (Mobile)
This authentic working watermen's island's best kept secret is its secluded bay beaches. Walk, bike, ride or take a Tangier taxi [golf cart] there to share the surf with the shore birds, hunt for arrowheads or experience an unforgettable island sunrise or sunset. To reach the island from the mainland of the Eastern Shore enjoy the June –September Tangier-Onancock Ferry: TangierFerry@gmail.com, 757-891-2505. For more info and other departure sites see Tour Boats / Cruises / Sailing.
This authentic working watermen's island's best kept secret is its secluded bay beaches. Walk, bike, ride or take a Tangier taxi [golf cart] there to share the surf with the shore birds, hunt for arrowheads or experience an unforgettable island sunrise or sunset.
To reach the island from the mainland of the Eastern Shore enjoy the June –September Tangier-Onancock Ferry: TangierFerry@gmail.com, 757-891-2505. For more info and other departure sites see Tour Boats / Cruises / Sailing.
PO Box 244, 4301 Joshua Thomas Lane
Tangier Island , VA 23440
Phone 1: 757-331-1660
(ESVA Welcome Center)
Phone 2: 757-891-2438 (Tangier Offices)