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Entered at the 64th Street entrance off Atlantic Ave, parked in the small lot near the entrance where there is one Port-a-Pot and a drinking fountain. From here the trail heads east (2 miles) to the bay and the boat landing. This part of the...More
The trails are nicely maintained. Community groups help with the upkeep. The campground is located across the street. Bathrooms are few-and-far-between. Have a plan. Poisonous and non-poisonous live here. There are many hiking and biking trails. Cyclists must heed warning. Bring plenty of water. Wear...More
We travel here from up north and usually stay in one of the cabins. The perfect family vacation. Beach is lovely and trails are beautiful. Bring our two dogs with us as well. I’ve added pics of cabin (one of the newer ones) all are...More
Great facilities, clean! Always have park ranger services driving around to check on things. Beach was clean and the hiking trail was also clean. We had a guided tour which was really informative and interesting to my second grader. I love this place.
This park has 2 main entrances, one is at 64th street and the other is off Shore Drive. There are a lot of dirt walking trails, of which one is paved, some are a mile long and others 10 miles or more. At the end...More
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Yes you may fish and crab from the park. Be sure you have a saltwater fishing license and register for the Virginia Fisherman identification program. Check the crabbing rules as well. Unfortunately Trip Advisor doesn't allow... More
Yes you may fish and crab from the park. Be sure you have a saltwater fishing license and register for the Virginia Fisherman identification program. Check the crabbing rules as well. Unfortunately Trip Advisor doesn't allow me to post links so you will have to look up the Virginia Marine Resources Commission on the web.
If you are an overnight guest, there is no separate parking fee. Day users have to pay the parking fee daily (can't pay for 2 days at once).