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About Virginia Beach

Looking for an historical, oceanfront resort city with miles of shoreline unlimited outdoor activities, and scores of restaurants with sea views? Virginia Beach RV parks hit the spot. Holiday travel enthusiasts flock to the area known as “America’s First Region,” which includes independent cities, Newport News and Norfolk.


Some must-see holiday destinations here include Busch Gardens Christmas Town, which is aglow with more than 8 million sparkling lights – one of the largest holiday displays in the U.S. And Santa’s Seaside Village has been described as a “beachy twist” to the holiday season. This isn’t just Rudolph and friends’ oceanfront launch pad, it’s a winter wonderland complete with a carnival and Santa’s village with worker-bee elves building toys. Got some holiday spirit to spare? Make a reservation at Holiday Trav-L-Park, one of several popular Virginia Beach campgrounds, and located a couple miles from the Atlantic Ocean.


Of course, visiting the Hampton Roads metro area – formally known as the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News region – is popular any time of the year, thanks to the coastline and world class Virginia Beach attractions, such as First Landing State Park. The park, located on the Chesapeake Bay, also home to more than a dozen campgrounds near Virginia Beach, is listed on the Register of Historic Places (as Seashore State Park Historic District), for, among other reasons, being Virginia’s first planned park. You don’t have to look far for tons of outdoor fun, or even RV parks near Virginia Beach, because First Landing has almost every nature-loving activity you can dream of, not to mention historic sites and attractions that highlight the area’s 400 years of American history. This nearly 3,000-acre area is in close proximity to oceanfront campgrounds and RV parks with modern hookups.


But if it’s specifically the oceanfront campgrounds that lure you to Virginia Beach – where the first English colony was established by Jamestown settlers – you won’t be disappointed with the nearly two dozen Tidewater campgrounds in close proximity, or located directly on, the Hampton Roads coastline.