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Econo Lodge Virginia Beach - On the Ocean

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 2707 Atlantic Ave. , Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23451

  • Phone: (757) 428-3970
  • Fax: (757) 422-1851
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Attractions

»Virginia Beach Boardwalk

A walk down the Virginia Beach Boardwalk is sure to pep you up and put you in a carefree mood with its eclectic atmosphere that resembles a wonderful carnival. You can enjoy the splendid beach views while you take a walk enjoying the pleasant breeze. The plenty of dining and shopping options as well as the variety of festivals and events held here make this place worth a visit. Virginia Beach Boardwalk is an absolute must go for all those who want to partake and completely enjoy the wonderfully dandy ambiance of the city.

Virginia Beach Boardwalk
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»Grommet Island Park

Grommet Island Park is a fun park for both adults and kids. It is a great place for a family outing as it has play area along the beach, ice-cream parlors, boat ride, and much more.

Virginia Beach Boardwalk
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»Virginia Beach Oceanfront

Get your tanning lotions out and head to Virginia Beach Oceanfront for a fun weekend out with family and friends. Enjoy basking in the sun and participate in various activities scheduled during the Neptune Festival. With wine tasting events and air shows lined up, you won't run out of things to do. enjoy a quiet picnic or just take in the The North American Sandsculpting Championship takes place during the Boardwalk Weekend of the festival. Watch talent work wonders on the golden grains as the plain boring sand transforms into beautiful images. Splash around the blue waters as you have the time of your life. Call the local Visitor's Center on their toll free number for more details.

Ocean Front Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

One of the most visited spots in Virginia, the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is an experience not to be missed. The wonderful marine life on display will leave you enthralled. The center holds various exhibitions, excursions, tours and outings to make the whole experience memorable and worthwhile. If you still have some energy left, catch a movie at the IMAX theater which is located at the center.

717 General Booth Boulevard
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»Cape Henry Memorial

The Cape Henry Memorial is a vivid reminder of every individual of the first landfall in Virginia Beach. The colonists of the Jamestown settlement alighted on April 26, 1607 and started to explore the local scene. It was these colonists who named the cape and fixed a cross at the spot. This is a testament to the many battles, a remembrance of the colonists passing by and the spirit of the local community and people.

New Guinea Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23459

»Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Designated as a National Historic Landmark, the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse is a stunning lighthouse that dates back to 1792. This archaic structure boasts amazing architecture that makes it a worthwhile tourist attraction. Visitors can climb to the top of the lighthouse and enjoy the spectacular views it affords. There is also an onsite museum store.

583 Atlantic Avenue
Fort Story, VA 23459

»Francis Land House

Francis Land House is a historic plantation home that displays period furniture, objects and collections from the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Guided tours are also on offer. Call for details.

3131 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

»First Landing State Park

Spread across an area of 2888 acres, First Landing State Park is a regularly visited destination that entices visitors with its tranquil airs. The park features a recreational space, picnic area and facilities for swimming, boating and fishing. Besides this, the park is also a frequent destination for hikers and bikers. There is a huge campground on-site where cabin rental facilities and modern amenities are available. The First Landing State Park plays host to various local events on a regular basis.

2500 Shore Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»The Chesapeake Bay Center

If you are in the huge First Landing State Park and need some help or are lost, try looking for the Chesapeake Bay Center. The Center is an eco-friendly information complex that not only provides guidance and information on the park and other Chesapeake Bay gateways, but also educates the visitors on the different aspects of the environment and the various factors threatening it.The center also houses some exhibits like the English Settlers exhibits that gives you information on the first English settlers in the city and a aquarium exhibit that is interesting to watch. Chesapeake Bay Center also has some trail and hiking equipment that it gives away on hire. Chesapeake Bay Center is your one point stop for information on the pretty greens of the park.

2500 Shore Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

»Lynnhaven Golf Park

Lynnhaven Golf Park is a mini golf course located in Virginia Beach. The golf premises are also available for private parties and events.

3173 Holland Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23450

»Adam Thoroughgood House

Adam Thoroughgood House is known for being one of the oldest homes around town. Named after the native community leader, the house was built in 1680 by his grandson. The medieval cottage is an adorable sight with its typical English facades and quaint interiors.

1636 Parish Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23455

»Chesapeake Bay

The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States and stretches about 200 miles from its northernmost part to the Atlantic Ocean. First approached by Europeans in the late 16th and early 17th Centuries, Captain John Smith was one of the first to explore the area. The bay was also the site of a crucial battle in the American Revolution. Today, Chesapeake Bay is an important location for the fishing industry, and is also a popular tourism destination for its natural beauty and water activities.

Chesapeake Bay
Virginia Beach, VA
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