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We found great results, but some are outside Hampton. Showing results in neighboring cities.
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Buckroe Beach and Park
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hampton
WOW- just found Hampton City Parks & Rec sponsors Sunday mornings 2x's a month thru Oct---- went in Sept & Oct and Nov would have been great too!
Great views, beautiful park facilities, refreshing water, and ample places to park.
Sandy Bottom Nature Park
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hampton
... great for walking or running, paddleboat/canoe rentals, plenty of fish and turtles, picnic areas, dog park, Ranger station with wildlife exhibits, camp sites with Yurts available, great place for a nature lover!
You can camp in little cabins by the lake, paddle board, hike, bird watch, and even take a guided tour led by a Park Ranger.
Grandview Nature Preserve
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hampton
There is approximately a 1/4 mile nature walk until you get to the beach, but once you round the curve and see the sand you're hooked!
Park along the road leading to the start of the trail.
The Mariners' Museum & Park Newport News 8.2 mi away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Newport News
They were quite an amazing, generous, talented and wealthy couple who also gave us the lovely Huntington Beach State Park and Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina.
The adjoining park and Noland Trail is an excellent place to explore nature, if you like walking or jogging the trail is about 5 miles long.
Virginia Living Museum Newport News 7.8 mi away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Newport News
Nice indoor area- two floors with great exhibits on nature of the area, please touch tank, a "green house" cypress swamp and one on Appalachian mountain cove, world of underground and darkness, coastal display and...
We really enjoyed the nature trail, it was tree covered, so worked out great for a hot day, as t provided a chance to be outside with the kids but blocked the heat and sunlight.
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The Noland Trail Newport News 8.2 mi away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Newport News
It is truly an amazing oasis in the middle of a city, 550 acres of Tranquility with a lake, views of the James River, and a wide array of flora and fauna to satisfy any nature enthusiast.
If you visit Williamsburg, make sure to come to Newport News, which is just about 15 miles away, and visit the Mariner's Museum Park and the Noland Trail.