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What Are The Top Amenities at Virginia Beach, VA?

Top Rental Amenities in Virginia Beach, VA

There are in total of 16 rental amenities in Virginia Beach, shown above with the property numbers. In Virginia Beach, 1014 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 936 rentals offer TV, 918 rentals offer Parking Available. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Kitchen, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Considered As A Good Deal in Virginia Beach, VA Area?

Vacation House & Condo Rental Price Information in Virginia Beach, VA

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Virginia Beach has the largest percentage (16.57%) of homes in $100 - $150 price range.
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Which Accommodations Should I Pick in Virginia Beach, VA?
Rental Property Types in Virginia Beach, VA
There are various types of homes in Virginia Beach area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 36 people.The least popular accommodation in Virginia Beach is Building rentals
How Many Rental Accommodations Are Pets Friendly in Virginia Beach, VA?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Virginia Beach, VA
25.12% of vacation homes in Virginia Beach are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in Virginia Beach, VA?
Points of Interests In Virginia Beach, VA

When you have only limited times to spend in Virginia Beach, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Where Are The Good Trails in Virginia Beach, VA?
Must Visit Trails In Virginia Beach, VA
Here are the trails we recommend in Virginia Beach: Bald Cypress Trail, Osmanthus Trail, Virginia Beach Trail, Owl's Creek, South Entry To Boat Launch, First Landing Loop Trail, Osprey Trail, Red Wing Park Gardens, Cape Henry Trail, White Hill Lake Trail.
Best Campgrounds in Virginia Beach, VA?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Virginia Beach, VA
The best RV campgrounds here in Virginia Beach are: Chesapeake Campground, North River Campground, North River Campground, Newport News Park Campground, North Bay Shore Campground, Holiday Trav-L-Park Campground, Cape Charles / Chesapeake Bay KOA, Virginia Landing RV Campground, Gwynn's Island RV Resort & Campground, Carter Cove Campground.
How Many Airports in Virginia Beach, VA?
Top Airports in Virginia Beach, VA

Here are the airports that located near Virginia Beach:

What are the activities in Virginia Beach, VA that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Virginia Aquarium and Science Center, located at 717 General Booth Road, allows your family to explore more than 800,000 gallons of water filled with sea creatures of all types. It is one of the best aquariums and animal habitats in the country. There are many hands-on exhibits, nature paths, and marshlands for you to explore as well.

Just two miles south of the Virginia Beach oceanfront, Ocean Breeze Waterpark offers more than 30 rides, slides, and attractions for the entire family. It is a fun Caribbean-themed Park offering wave pools, lazy rivers, water slides, and more. They even offer free parking, free inner tubes, and free sunscreen. The park is located at 849 General Booth Boulevard.

How to get around in Virginia Beach, VA?
Transportations

The closest airport to Virginia Beach, Virginia, is Norfolk International Airport, about half an hour from the airport. The best way to get to Virginia Beach is to rent a car.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Virginia Beach, VA?
Local Events & Festivals

The Outlaw Music Festival has always been about family, friends, and great music. Willie Nelson, Gov’t Mule, Sturgill Simpson, and more have graced the stage at the festival. The first festival was held in Pennsylvania in 2016 and organizer Willie Nelson decided to take it on the road. The festival comes to Virginia Beach in August each year.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Virginia Beach, VA?
Trip Planning

Start with a hike at First Landing State Park before heading to the ViBe Creative District where you can find unique items created by local artisans. Enjoy lunch at Commune for a farm-to-table meal before visiting the Chesapeake Bay Distillery.

The next day, head to the boardwalk, making sure to visit King Neptune. Have breakfast at Java Surf before spending the morning on the beach. Grab lunch at Doc Taylor’s before heading to the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center. Enjoy dinner at Terrapin.

What are the travel peak seasons in Virginia Beach, VA?
Peak Seasons

The average monthly temperature in Virginia Beach is as follows:

  • January – low of 32F (0C); high of 50F (10C)
  • February – low of 34F (1C); high of 52F (11C)
  • March – low of 40F (4C); high of 59F (15C)
  • April – low of 48F (9C); high of 68F (20C)
  • May – low of 58F (14C); high of 76F (24C)
  • June – low of 66F (19C); high of 83F (28C)
  • July – low of 71F( 22C); high of 87F (31C)
  • August – low of 70F (21C); high of 86F (30C)
  • September – low of 65F (18C); high of 80F (27C)
  • October – low of 54F (12C); high of 71F (22C)
  • November – low of 44F (7C); high of 62F (17C)
  • December – low of 36F (2C); high of 54F (12C)

The average relative humidity in Virginia Beach is 79 percent with May the most humid month. The area gets around 47 inches of rain each year.

What are the must-visit places in Virginia Beach, VA?
Must See Attractions

The three-mile Virginia Beach Boardwalk is one of the must-see attractions in the beach town. The boardwalk stretches from 2nd to 40th Street with a separate bike path. There is nightly entertainment in the summer and a variety of fun, outdoor eateries, and vendors. Enjoy the many nautical sculptures as you walk along the Atlantic Ocean.

Rudee Inlet, located at the south end of the oceanfront, is where you will find fishing charters, parasailing, and waterside dining. You can head out in your own boat or charter one of the many fishing boats available in the area.

The number one amusement park in Virginia Beach, Atlantic Fun Park offers a wide range of attractions. Ride Flying Bob’s, the Gravitron, or the Skyflyer to get your adrenaline pumping. There are also rides for the little ones traveling with you. The park is located at 15th an Atlantic Avenue.

Standing 26 feet tall, the King Neptune Statue presides over the newest oceanfront park in Virginia Beach. The statue is located at 31st and Atlantic, his wave-inspired curls appearing to blow in the breeze. The statue is cast in bronze and is a must-visit while in Virginia Beach.

What are the nightlife spots in Virginia Beach, VA?
Nightlife Spots

Known for the best Happy Hour at the beach, Calypso Bar & Grill is the best place to sit with a cold beer or frosty margarita overlooking the sand. There is often live music and locals love their raw bar as well as their food specials. You can find them at 1101 Atlantic Avenue.

Family-owned and operated since 2003, Murphy’s Irish Pub offers traditional Irish food and entertainment. It has the largest four-sided fireplace in the area which keeps you warm during the cooler winter months. There is also outdoor seating that is perfect for the hot and humid summers. There is no cover for live music or for their fun Trivia Nights at their 2914 Pacific Avenue location.

Known as the local’s seafood grill, Lucky Oyster offers live entertainment and some of the best cocktails in Virginia Beach. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating at this ten-time “Best of the Beach” award-winning location. They are located at 2165 General Booth Boulevard.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Virginia Beach, VA?
Art & Culture Places

Home to one of the largest private collections of World War I and II military aircraft in the world, the Military Aviation Museum allows you to see beautifully restored historic aircraft. All restorations were completed using original parts whenever possible. Many of those on display are flightworthy and can be seen in some of the air shows held in the area each year. Visit the museum at 1341 Princess Anne Road.

The Surf and Rescue Museum honors and preserves the legacy of the maritime heritage. The exhibits provide insight into all things coastal including the brave actions of those who dedicated their lives to saving others. The museum is located at 2401 Atlantic Avenue.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Virginia Beach, VA?
Hidden Gems

The location where the first English colonists settled in 1607, First Landing State Park is an oasis in Virginia Beach. The park takes you back to an era when Native American canoes navigated the small waterways that still traverse the area. Learn more about the 20th-century schooners and modern cargo ships that brought supplies across the oceans. There are campsites and cabins as well as picnic areas, boat ramps, and a camp store. The park is located at 2500 Shore Drive.

Norfolk Botanical Garden is located on a parcel of land provided by the City of Norfolk after Thomas P. Thompson, the Norfolk City Manager in 1938, and Frederic Heutte, a horticulturist, began planning an azalea garden. The gardens were created under the Works Progress Administration which provided employment for more than 220 people, most of which were African American. Over the years, changes have been made to the gardens which are open to the public. There are more than 60 themed gardens including the Bristow Butterfly Garden, Sarah Lee Baker Perennial Garden, and the Bicentennial Rose Garden. The gardens are located at 6700 Azalea Garden Road in Norfolk.

The first federally funded public works project in the United States, Cape Henry Lighthouse was authorized by George Washington and overseen by Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. It is located near First Landing and was built with similar sandstone as many structures in Washington, DC. You can visit the lighthouse at 583 Atlantic Avenue in Fort Story.

Located between the Atlantic and Back Bay, False Cape State Park is one of the last undeveloped areas along the coast. Located in the historic Wash Woods community where Native Americans roamed as well as the location of the Little Island Coast Guard Station, the park allows you to experience nature in a primitive setting. Take a guided kayak trip, go camping on a primitive campsite or walk the six miles of beach in the park. The park is only accessible by foot, bicycle, tram, or boat as vehicles are not permitted at any time. Find the park at 4001 Sandpiper Road.

Established in 1938 to provide a feeding and resting habitat for birds migrating through the area, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge is over 9,250 acres, protecting habitats for many forms of wildlife. You can see thousands of tundra swans, snow, and Canadian geese as well as many duck species in the refuge. There are more than eight miles of scenic trails, and the refuge offers educational programs as well. The refuge is located at 4005 Sandpiper Road.

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