Skip the boardwalk, tunnels: 5 Va. beaches you’ve never heard of (2022)

Skip the boardwalk, tunnels: 5 Va. beaches you’ve never heard of (1)
Yorktown Beach includes 10 acres of recreational space and about three acres of beachfront. (Courtesy of York County)

If you’re a little beach in the big shadow of Virginia Beach, what do you offer visitors when you’ve got no boardwalks, no nightclubs, no taffy and T-shirt shops?

Birds. Turtles. Peace. Quiet. A fighting chance at finding the perfect shells and sea glass before someone else does.

If you want a break from the boardwalk, consider this list of five beaches not far from Virginia Beach — five quiet, locally famous beaches you might never have heard of.

And if driving through tunnels annoys you/scares you/brings out the road rage in you, here’s an added bonus: You won’t travel through any tunnels to get to these beaches from the Washington region.

Yorktown Beach

In many ways, Yorktown Beach is a typical small beach, with about three acres of beachfront, a fishing pier and places to play and picnic.

But visitors there are often treated to a couple of unusual events.

Yorktown Beach is a place where a wedding can break out at any time – about 100 times a year, in fact. Couples can get married there by filling out a simple permit but they can’t close the beach – meaning that hundreds of strangers wearing bathing suits become witnesses to the nuptials.

Another happy surprise can be the sudden appearance of tall ships on the York River – those traditional sailing ships with the huge masts that arrive from countries around the world. “You never know when they’re going to show up,” said Gail Whittaker, a spokesperson for York County.

Yorktown Beach, about a 20-minute drive from Williamsburg on the Colonial Parkway, has been a recreational beach since colonial times. York County took over its management in the 1970s, and today there are 10 acres of recreation space, shower facilities that are open all summer and a fishing pier with no entry fee and no requirement for a fishing license. Flounder and spot are favorite catches there, said parks and recreation manager Brian Fuller.

Riverwalk Landing, a shopping and entertainment development that includes several restaurants, and a mile-long riverwalk, are next-door to the beach. Free Thursday night concerts during the summer are held at Riverwalk Landing, and the music can be heard on the beach.

Location: 425 Water St., Yorktown

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Parking: Cars were once allowed on the beach, but no longer. However, there’s plenty of parking around the beach and at a garage on “the hill” in town that’s within easy walking distance.

Tip: Bring your mountain bike for a side trip on the 6.5-mile trail at New Quarter Park, about a 15-minute drive from the beach.

More information: www.yorkcounty.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=5152

Buckroe Beach

Buckroe Beach on the Chesapeake Bay has a colorful backstory, starting with the 17th-century Frenchmen who settled in the region, figuring it would be a good place to start vineyard and silk processing operations.

Apparently that didn’t work out, and sadly there are no vestiges of any wine-making activities in the area.

Instead, Buckroe became part of the Hampton Roads region’s fishing culture and later a resort area. Longtime locals still remember the Buckroe Beach carousel and roller coaster; the carousel has been reestablished next to the Virginia Air and Space Center in downtown Hampton.

As trains brought visitors from Richmond and points north in the 20th century, Buckroe became segregated. A section of the beach called Bayshore Park was for African Americans only, and the two areas existed side by side until segregation faded away in the 1960s.

Today, lifeguards are posted on the beach, which measures just under a mile. At one end is a fishing pier, rebuilt in 2009 after it was destroyed by Hurricane Isabel. Adults can fish for $8 a day, or $6 if they have a Virginia saltwater fishing license.

If you hear an uproar on the pier, it likely means someone has caught a big, tasty cobia – Buckroe’s most sought-after catch, which can grow to well over 100 pounds. There’s also croaker, spot, flounder – and, said pier manager Lynn Waldrop, the occasional loggerhead turtle trying to steal bait from fishing lines.

There are large picnic shelters that can be rented through Hampton’s parks department, a food vendor on site and snacks at the fishing pier. And there several bathrooms – referred to as “comfort stations” in gentile Southern fashion.

Location: 100 First St. South, Hampton

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Parking: Large parking lot on site; more parking on surrounding streets.

Tip: Don’t bring the dog. Pets are not allowed on the beach during the summer months.

More information: www.hampton.gov/facilities/Facility/Details/46http://hampton.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/Buckroe-Beach-and-Park-54

Jamestown Beach

Jamestown Beach is particularly great if you’ve got a bunch of kids in tow: An abundance of shade trees are unusually close to the sand line, making it convenient to get the little ones out of the sun and heat for awhile. And the James River water is shallow and quiet, all along the 1,325 linear feet of sandy beach.

“People bring their families and set up for the day,” said Nancy Ellis, park administrator for James City County. Charcoal grills are available, or you can bring your own.

There are actually three beaches at Jamestown, separated by breakwaters and equally populated by visitors, Ellis said. The first two beaches have been restored with more sand and more space, and upgrades for the third beach are underway.

Tired of sunbathing? At one end of the beach, you can embark on the Jamestown Ferry and take a free, 15-minute ride to Surry County on the other side of the James – and then return to the beach for more swimming.

The beach also is near Eco Discovery Park, a private, nonprofit park that features an environmental learning center as well as marina, store and kayak rentals. Also next door is the Jamestown Settlement, where you can explore exhibits and reenactments of the first permanent English settlement on the North American mainland.

As the day ends, the beach often gets even busier. The sunset over the James River is a well-known favorite subject for photographers and artists, who arrive before sundown to set up their equipment. And don’t be surprised if you run into a wedding ceremony at sunset.

Location: 2205 Jamestown Rd., Williamsburg

Parking: Parking lot near the first beach

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Tip: If you hop on the ferry, you can visit local landmark Edwards Ham and sample a traditional Virginia ham biscuit. The business began in 1926 when S. Wallace Edwards, a captain on the Jamestown-Surry ferry, started selling ham sandwiches to his passengers.

More information: www.jamescitycountyva.gov/recreation/parks/jamestown-beach.html

Grandview Nature Preserve

A popular refuge for birds and bird-watchers, Grandview Nature Preserve is a little-known stretch of beach on the Chesapeake Bay that long ago included a lighthouse and a fish oil factory. Those were destroyed by storms and hurricanes, leaving behind only the name of “Factory Point” at one end of the 3.5-mile beach and a historic lighthouse marker at the other end.

To get to the beach, located between Poquoson and Hampton, you need to walk down a half-mile, picturesque trail of sand, dirt and rocks. But even if you have to carry the kids or bags of beach paraphernalia on your trek, it’s worth it: The trail opens to a breathtaking view of a natural beach, dotted with old cypress tree stumps and moss-covered ledges.

Walk a few more yards and there’s plenty of sand to stretch out on, nap or read a book.

If you’re up for it, you can hike all the way around to Factory Point, or what the locals call “Party Island” – a sand spit where boaters sometimes congregate with their grills, umbrellas, music and coolers. Alcohol is prohibited, however, and the area is patrolled by several law enforcement agencies in boats.

Also on Factory Point is a protected bird-nesting area, clearly marked by signs warning away visitors, said chief park ranger Art Mertz. But most of the beach is open to birdwatchers, who look for migratory birds and waterfowl feeding along the shoreline, including least terns and skimmers.

Take note: There are no public bathrooms, and the nearest store is a 7-Eleven about two miles from the beach entrance.

Location: Near the intersection of Beach Road and State Park Drive in Hampton

Parking: Street parking on State Park Drive. (Read the street signs for parking rules.)

Tip: Dolphins and loggerhead sea turtles often can be spotted, and occasionally a creature is stranded. Take a photo and call the Virginia Stranding Team 24-hour hotline at 757-385-7576.

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More information: www.hampton.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/Grandview-Nature-Preserve-and-Factory-Po-26

Fort Monroe

This could be the most unusual beach day you’ll ever have. Where else can you sunbathe with a fortified moat and a Civil War stockade as a backdrop? Where Edgar Allen Poe stayed in a fancy hotel and read his poems to admirers? Where the Kecoughtan Indians lived, fished and hunted?

Today at Fort Monroe, young lifeguards protect the modern beaches flanked by old batteries where soldiers once stood ready to fire at enemies approaching from the water.

Fort Monroe was built by the Union army to defend the entrance to Hampton Roads Harbor. The first iteration was built in 1609 by colonial settlers; when it was completed in 1834 it became the largest enclosed fort in the nation.

Former Confederate President Jefferson Davis was held prisoner there; he and his wife eventually were allowed to stroll around the grounds. Fort Monroe also was a safe haven for hundreds of escaped slaves during the Civil War.

Today, much of Fort Monroe is open to the public – including 3.5 miles of sandy beach on the Chesapeake Bay, eight miles of waterfront and 2.5 miles of seawall. The Paradise Beach Club offers beach access for a fee, along with a new indoor restaurant, a pool and an outdoor snack bar. There’s also waterfront access near the Fort Monroe campground.

The Engineers Fishing Pier is open daily; there’s no fee but you must have a Virginia saltwater fishing license. Bring a bicycle, too. Cyclists can ride freely and easily around Fort Monroe’s hundreds of acres; traffic and hills are minimal.

Location: Fenwick Road, Hampton

Parking: Plenty of parking around the beach; more spaces within walking distance.

Tip: For a break from rain or heat, head over to Fort Monroe’s spectacular Casemate Museum. Even the kids will like it, and it’s free.

More information: www.visitfortmonroe.com/things-to-do/now-open/outdoor-activities/

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FAQs

Which is better Jamestown beach or Yorktown Beach? ›

Yorktown beach is about 20 minutes away and it's much nicer than Jamestown. The beach area is larger and well maintained as opposed to Jamestown beach which can sometimes be a little dirty. There are also cool little shops located right off of the beach which are fun to explore if you get tired of chilling on the sand.

Do Williamsburg VA have a beach? ›

The Williamsburg area has James City County's Jamestown Beach Park, located at 2205 Jamestown Road across from Jamestown Settlement. The park features a newly restored beach front, completed through a $100,000 Living Shoreline grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust.

What body of water is Jamestown Beach? ›

Jamestown Beach Park

Situated on the banks of the James River and backed by a beautiful pine tree forest, Jamestown Beach Park is one of the very best beaches in the Williamsburg area.

What is the prettiest beach in Virginia? ›

Best Beaches in Virginia
  • Virginia Beach.
  • Westmoreland State Park.
  • Colonial Beach.
  • Cape Charles.
  • Bethel Beach Natural Area Preserve.
  • Hampton, VA.
  • Chincoteague.
  • Lake Anna State Park.

Where is the clearest water in Virginia? ›

Here's more on what you can expect from your visit to Lake Moomaw, the clearest lake in Virginia. Located near the border of West Virginia, Lake Moomaw is a stunning mountain lake where the opportunities for adventure are nearly endless.

Is Virginia Beach too crowded? ›

Although the Virginia Beach oceanfront is notorious for being crowded in the summertime, there are many nearby beaches nestled within this long stretch of shore that is often missed by tourists and locals alike, giving those in search of a quiet beach getaway many appealing options.

Does Virginia Beach have white sand? ›

These beautiful white sand beaches are perfect for camping, nature walks, bird watching or simply resting on the beach and watching the waves. Be sure to visit the iconic Assateague Lighthouse built in 1867.

Is Virginia Beach a man made beach? ›

Is Virginia Beach man-made? It is a naturally-made beach. The attractions at the beach are totally man-made which has amplified its popularity.

Is there sea glass in Virginia Beach? ›

Plenty don't know that sea glass has been tumbling onto the shores of Virginia Beach for decades. It's not as plentiful as it once was, but look around a home on the North End, and you'll likely find a jar or bowl filled with sea glass of all shapes, sizes and colors.

Can you walk on Yorktown beach at night? ›

Yorktown Beach is great for the scenery but loud during the day. Local cops could definitely raise desirability by keeping road noise down. Yorktown Beach is at its best around 8pm for a semi quiet walk after all the teenagers and 4 wheeled subwoofers have gone home.

Where is the best place to find seashells in Virginia Beach? ›

First Landing State Park,Virginia Beach This park is a great place to find the state's shell—the Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica. Here you'll also find the often-spiky blood ark and the slightly more pleasant jingle shell.

Do people swim at Colonial Beach? ›

For fewer crowds, you can head to Colonial Beach, located on Virginia's Northern Neck peninsula. It's a 2.5-mile stretch of shoreline with tranquil waters where you can swim or sunbathe.

Does Yorktown Beach have bathrooms? ›

The beach offers free public parking in several lots throughout town with a complimentary Trolley service to transport guests and their beach gear. There are also restrooms, nearby hotels, bed & breakfasts, shops, and several restaurants.

Where do locals go to the beach in Virginia Beach? ›

Some of Our Favorite Spots
  • New Earth Farm.
  • Cullipher Farm Market.
  • Henley Farm.
  • First Landing State Park.
  • False Cape State Park.
  • Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
  • The Atlantic Ocean.
  • The Chesapeake Bay.

Are there sharks in Virginia Beach? ›

Now, it is important to keep in mind that Virginia Beach is home to a fair number of sharks. These sharks that are off the shores of Virginia Beach are usually Sandbar sharks. These types of sharks in VA Beach can be caught near the Virginia Beach Fishing Pier.

Is Virginia Beach better than Outer Banks? ›

But, if you'd rather take a trip where there's always a lot of action, VA Beach is the way to go. They have a large number of tourists as well as bars and entertainment, similar to Myrtle Beach. But, if you want to get away from it all, we highly recommend the Outer Banks.

What is the prettiest lake in Virginia? ›

Smith Mountain Lake was named the top lake in Virginia in a ranking of the “Best Lakes in All 50 U.S. States” by MSN Travel and Cheapism.

What celebrities live on Smith Mountain Lake? ›

Sissy Spacek, Joe Montana, Tom Cruise: Rumor has it that these celebrities have or have had homes on Smith Mountain Lake.

What is the deepest lake in Virginia? ›

Smith Mountain Lake is a large reservoir in the Roanoke Region of Virginia, United States, located southeast of the City of Roanoke and southwest of Lynchburg.
...
Smith Mountain Lake
Surface area32 sq mi (83 km2)
Average depth55 ft (17 m)
Max. depth220 ft (67 m)
Water volume2.8 km3 (2,300,000 acre⋅ft)
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Is Virginia Beach nicer than Ocean City? ›

over a year ago. If you want a more relaxed beach experience where bike riding is allowed all day and night and you can ride horses on the beach. I would choose Virginia Beach. If you need a little more action and amusement then Ocean City is the place for you.

What is the best time of year to go to Virginia Beach? ›

Late May-Early September

Memorial Day to Labor Day is Virginia Beach's peak tourist season, but despite the larger crowds and high prices, late May to early September is the only time to enjoy the waterfront properly.

Is Ocean City or Virginia Beach cheaper? ›

We've found that the affordability of accommodation in Ocean City makes it a cheaper place to vacation than Virginia Beach.

Is Virginia Beach water Blue? ›

It's not as clear as the gulf, and can get murky at times,, but when it is clear, you can see the bottom. The water at the oceanfront has a green louche to it. From a distance it appears dark blue, but up close, it has a metallic olive color, and if you are in chest deep water, you can't see the bottom.

Is Colonial Beach worth visiting? ›

Interestingly, Colonial Beach has the second-largest beachfront in all of Virginia and it is worth visiting if you're looking for a unique place to relax on the water and an area with an immense amount of history (George Washington's Birthplace is here and James Monroe's is located nearby).

Is Virginia Beach Safe? ›

Based on their study, they found Virginia Beach to rank number one as the nation's safest large city. They used the FBI's most recent data, released in September 2020, which includes crimes committed during 2019.

What is the poorest town in Virginia? ›

For the second year in a row, Petersburg ranked as the least healthy locality in Virginia while Falls Church took over first place.

Can you take sand from the beach in VA? ›

It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to dredge, dig or otherwise remove and carry away any part of any deposit of sand or gravel, or mixture of sand and gravel from any part of the fastland, or beach or bluff, abutting upon any of the rivers, streams or other waters within the jurisdiction of the ...

Is Myrtle Beach or Virginia Beach Better? ›

Deciding between the two comes down to personal preference. Virginia Beach may be better if you are looking for a relaxed vibe, excellent resorts, and great restaurants. Myrtle Beach is better if you prefer a more upbeat atmosphere, with plenty of pubs, shopping malls, and amusement parks.

What is VA beach known for? ›

Also known for its flourishing local dining scene, arts and entertainment, maritime history, and family-friendly attractions, Virginia Beach features its own unique districts that offer experiences for everyone to enjoy. It's no surprise the Oceanfront and 3-mile boardwalk is the center of the action in Virginia Beach.

What is the best beach in North Carolina? ›

Best North Carolina Beaches
  • Emerald Isle.
  • Bald Head Island.
  • Cape Hatteras.
  • Corolla/Currituck Beach.
  • Ocracoke Island.
  • Topsail Island.
  • Oak Island.
  • Wrightsville Beach.

Is Virginia Beach a clean beach? ›

Virginia Beach is actually kept very clean. There are plenty of beaches in the world littered with trash, dead fish, algae, and things that made the water look so dirty you wouldn't dream of dipping your toe in it. Virginia Beach, on the other hand, is clean and feels great when you get in on a hot summers day.

What is the best time to find sea glass? ›

You're most likely to find sea glass if your beachcombing explorations are well planned out. Going an hour before or after low tide is ideal when looking for sea glass. Seasoned beachcombers will tell you that the winter months are an especially prime time to look.

Where can I find Seaglass in the Chesapeake Bay? ›

You can also visit your chosen beach at low tide when the beach is widest, but kindness is encouraged as collecting sea glass can get competitive. LaMotte's favorite sea glass find of all time is from Smith Island, Maryland.

Does it cost to go to Yorktown Beach? ›

Yorktown Beach is perfect for the budget traveler or family looking for something free to do! This public beach is open to locals and tourists and is free of charge! Parking lots can be found throughout the area, and most are free to the public.

Is Yorktown Beach Safe? ›

Nice and small beach, has really clean bathroom facilities on the beach with a brick paved walking area. No waves, great for small children to play in the water or sand. Lots of close parking and several restaurants nearby.

Is it safe to swim at Yorktown Beach? ›

Yorktown Beach is now open to sunbathing, swimming, and recreation. Social distancing must be practiced.

Why are there no seashells at Virginia Beach? ›

The beaches of Virginia Beach are so popular with visitors, and the ocean around the resort so busy with watercraft of all shapes and sizes, the chances of finding these shells intact are as small as the shells themselves.

What time is the best time to get seashells in Virginia? ›

Look for them during low tide when there is a full or new moon lunar phase. Full moons cause higher tides and stronger currents, which can dislodge large shells, and more shells, from the seabed and wash them ashore.

Are there sand dollars in Virginia? ›

You can find shells to leave at the site or take with you along the park's beach. Oyster shells, moon snails, sand dollars and whelks are common in the area.

Why is Virginia Beach water so brown? ›

Your water is brown due to tiny rust particles made of iron. Under normal conditions, these particles lie undisturbed on the bottom of the pipes.

How warm is the ocean in Virginia Beach? ›

Today's Virginia Beach sea temperature is 77 °F.

Does Colonial Beach get crowded? ›

It is less crowded than the big name beaches (Ocean City or Virginia Beach) which is nice, it has sand, sun, and water.

Which is better Jamestown beach or Yorktown Beach? ›

Yorktown beach is about 20 minutes away and it's much nicer than Jamestown. The beach area is larger and well maintained as opposed to Jamestown beach which can sometimes be a little dirty. There are also cool little shops located right off of the beach which are fun to explore if you get tired of chilling on the sand.

Is Yorktown Beach man made? ›

The Yorktown Public Beach is located on the south side of the York River and is approximately 1,200 feet in length. Historically, the beach was a product of erosion of nearby sandy upland banks and the littoral transport system.

Is Yorktown Beach Salt Water? ›

Yorktown Beach

This white sandy beach has brackish water (part salt and freshwater.) This beach is perfect for families who are looking for a fun experience, but prefer the calmer waters. There are no waves here, and there are lane lines to discourage people from swimming too far out from shore.

Does Colonial beach get crowded? ›

It is less crowded than the big name beaches (Ocean City or Virginia Beach) which is nice, it has sand, sun, and water.

Is Virginia Beach touristy? ›

Today, Virginia Beach is one of the top tourist destinations along the Atlantic coast and the number one vacation destination in Virginia. Most visitors already know about two of its biggest attractions – the Virginia Beach Boardwalk and the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.

Is Buckroe beach busy? ›

Nice beach not a tourist trap so not crowded. There is a playground for the kids, covered picnic area and restrooms. Lifeguards are on duty. There is no boardwalk but didn't need one anyway.

Is Sandbridge Beach private? ›

Sandbridge is a beautiful area depending on where you stay. Quiet away from the Boardwalk which is about 20 minutes away and has its own private beach which was nice. Although the condition of the house did not damper our stay, it was a beautiful quiet beach.

Is Colonial Beach worth visiting? ›

Interestingly, Colonial Beach has the second-largest beachfront in all of Virginia and it is worth visiting if you're looking for a unique place to relax on the water and an area with an immense amount of history (George Washington's Birthplace is here and James Monroe's is located nearby).

Is Colonial Beach safe to swim in? ›

Katrina's Reply: Yes, swimming at the beach is permitted. Enjoy your visit and don't hesitate to call if you have other questions 804-214-6880.

Is Colonial Beach fresh or saltwater? ›

However, the original draws to the area, and the ones that still endure, are the salt water, sandy beaches and completely relaxed nature of this town. Colonial Beach is home to the second-longest beach in Virginia, voted in 2018 as the best beach in Virginia by USA Today.

Is Myrtle Beach or Virginia Beach Better? ›

Deciding between the two comes down to personal preference. Virginia Beach may be better if you are looking for a relaxed vibe, excellent resorts, and great restaurants. Myrtle Beach is better if you prefer a more upbeat atmosphere, with plenty of pubs, shopping malls, and amusement parks.

Is Virginia Beach better than ocean city? ›

over a year ago. If you want a more relaxed beach experience where bike riding is allowed all day and night and you can ride horses on the beach. I would choose Virginia Beach. If you need a little more action and amusement then Ocean City is the place for you.

Can you drink beer on Buckroe Beach? ›

No alcoholic beverages permitted. Swimming beyond the swim buoys prohibited. No Styrofoam coolers allowed.

How safe is Buckroe Beach? ›

The Hampton Police Department confirmed Tuesday that Buckroe Beach is a "safe place" and that the department will be adding security personnel and features to the beach. The City of Hampton's Rapid Engagement of Support in the Event of Trauma (R.E.S.E.T.)

Is Buckroe Beach free? ›

Free Admission. Free Parking. If you love the beach but not the traffic and hassle of going through the tunnel to get there, discover Buckroe Beach! Our incredible ¾ mile beach offers a panoramic view of the Chesapeake Bay!

Can you sleep on the beach in Virginia Beach? ›

It's already illegal in Virginia Beach to sleep on the beach between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. Last month, however, Police Chief Jim Cervera proposed a law that would ban tents during those same hours.

Can you swim in Sandbridge Beach? ›

Recent testing indicates that bacteria levels within a section of Sandbridge Beach in southern Virginia Beach do not meet state water quality standards. Swimming and wading are prohibited between Chubb Lane and Porters Island Road until further notice.

Is Sandbridge Beach free? ›

Sandbridge Beach, Chesapeake Bay Beach and the Oceanfront Resort Beach are all free and open to the public.

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