Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Carrollton Smithfield
20080 Brewer's Neck Blvd.
Carrollton, VA 23314
Phone: (757) 542-3091
Fax: (757) 542-3097
The Windsor Park is currently a public park in the Smithfield vicinity of Virginia. It earlier stood as a plantation and was transformed into a park in 2009. This park is home to historical structures that take you back in time. Apart from historical importance, the park is also known for its scenic walking trails and fun events hosted here.
The Old Isle of Wight Courthouse was used as a main courthouse of the city for almost 50 years. The building is known for its exterior beauty while the interiors retain their original charm. This building is open for tours all throughout the year. Built in 1750, it is one of the few remaining architectural examples of arched colonial courthouse. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
"Hams, History & Hospitality" goes the tag line of this river port in Virginia. Having the reputation of being one of the best maintained port, you'll find just that. The Tourist Center that's located within the historic district is in itself a start to your trip. The staff can organize an entire tour from Williamsburg to Norfolk. Admire the river or the beautiful townhouses and gorge on all the ham this place has to offer. Let them minister their hospitality while you get pampered.
St John's Episcopal Church is an ancient religious structure found on Kings Highway. The church building was constructed in the year 1755 and features a striking gable roof, among other architectural elements. The church was used as temporary shelter during the Civil War.
Obici House remains a wonderfully restored villa found on Sleepy Hole Park Road. The historic house was the erstwhile residence of Amadeo Obicio. Explore the rich interiors of the mansion, which include the magnificent chandeliers, hardwood flooring and arresting stained glass windows.
Small yet scenic, Sleepy Hole Park remains a popular leisure site in Suffolk. Nestled on Sleepy Hole Road, it includes a mini golf course and sprawling grasslands. The park's dense forests can be explored through a well-marked nature trail.
Bennett's Creek Park covers an area of 57 acres (23.06 hectares) and remains a picturesque recreational area. Large pavilions, tennis courts and a scenic nature trail are some of its major attractions. A pier inside the park offering excellent fishing opportunities.
Formerly known as The Newport News Public Library, the West Avenue Library is situated across the West Avenue. The building has adapted the Colonial Revival style of architecture and is incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Victory Arch is a memorial landmark in downtown Newport News. It is a commemorative arch dedicated to the persons serving in the American armed forces during war.
Huntington Park is a beachfront park offering an array of recreational activities. It is home to the Fort Fun playground, as well as several fishing piers and boating docks.
Glebe Episcopal Church is a time-worn religious structure found on Nansemond Parkway. Built between 1737 and 1738, the rectangular building features a gable roof and arresting interiors. It remains one of the earliest structures of the northern region of Suffolk.
James Apostle Fields was born a slave in Hanover County, Virginia and found refuge at Fort Monroe during the Civil War in 1862 as "Contraband of War." Mr. Fields was one of the first twenty pupils to graduate from Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (now Hampton University) in 1871. In 1881, Fields graduated from the School of Law at Howard University. In 1887, Fields served as the Commonwealth's Attorney for Warwick County (now Newport News). In 1889, Fields served in the Virginia General Assembly. In 1908, a team of four doctors pioneered the establishment of the first hospital for blacks in the city. Other than the city's jail infirmary, this institution was the only hospitalization outlet for blacks.