RV and Camping

Collage of people campgrounds in Virginia Beach

11 Great Campgrounds in Virginia Beach: Fun in the Sun

Disclaimer: You may come across affiliate links on this page. Here’s the deal: I may earn a commission if you purchase through any of these links. The best part? It won’t cost you a penny extra. These links simply allow me to recommend products or services I believe in, enhance your experience, and help keep …

11 Great Campgrounds in Virginia Beach: Fun in the Sun Read More »

family running on the Sandbridge Beach in Virginia

Sandbridge Beach In Virginia: A Best-Kept Secret

Updated 1/24/24 by Lori Disclaimer: You may come across affiliate links on this page. Here’s the deal: I may earn a commission if you purchase through any of these links. The best part? It won’t cost you a penny extra. These links are simply a way for me to recommend products or services that I …

Sandbridge Beach In Virginia: A Best-Kept Secret Read More »

First Landing State Park feature image

First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach: A Nature Lovers Dream

First Landing State Park is a 2,888-acre park located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The park was established in 1936 as Seashore State Park and was later renamed to First Landing State Park in 1997. The park is known for its scenic beauty, including a 1.5-mile-long beach on the Chesapeake Bay, freshwater ponds, and a fragile maritime forest. The park features 203 campsites, including 29 primitive sites, 74 sites with water and electric hookups, and 100 sites with water, electric, and sewer hookups. There are also 20 cabins and a few yurts available for rent. So much to do here, so much to see! Plan your trip today!

Collage of New River Gorge National Park

New River Gorge National Park: Insider Information You Need

America’s newest National Park, the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, established in 2020, covers over 72,000 scenic acres along the New River in West Virginia.

The park is known for its incredible beauty and recreational opportunities, including hiking, camping, mountain biking, kayaking, SUP,  fishing, rock climbing, white-water rafting, hunting, and even base jumping . 

The New River Gorge is a unique geological formation that cuts through the Appalachian Mountains and offers dramatic views. The river is one of the oldest in North America and is one of the world’s premier destinations for white-water rafting.