Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
1616 Hardy Cash Drive
Hampton, VA 23666
Phone: (757) 951-2000
Fax: (757) 951-2003
A meticulously maintained, public, 27 hole championship golf course which offers varied elevations, gently rolling terrain, expansive fairways, and Bentgrass greens. A full service restaurant and snack bar, large practice putting green, and a secluded practice range are also on site.
Some of the best sport fishing in the Lower Chesapeake Bay aboard a 35 foot, custom built boat certified for up to 16 passengers is provided through this fishing charter service which offers half and full day charters throughout the summer, winter, spring, and fall.
One of the longest fishing piers on the East Coast, this pier is open from April through November. Excellent fishing opportunities for croaker and spot are available year round, while striped bass, flounder, grey trout, and red drum are caught seasonally. A bait shop is also on site.
This museum has a mix of everything: marine life, wildlife, plants and a planetarium. It's a golden opportunity to see wolves, sea turtles, sharks, coyotes, pelicans and the solar system in one dizzying day.The operators are pioneers in their field; when it opened in 1987, it was the only living museum East of the Mississippi River. Its focus on public education makes it a popular destination for families. Group rates and member discounts are available. Opening hours change seasonally; check the website for details.
This public 18 hole, par 69 golf course provides an enjoyable day of golf for golfers of all skill levels and it includes a putting green, chipping area, bunker, snack bar, and tennis courts.
The TransAmerica Trail is a biking tradition, spanning from Yorktown, Virginia in the east to Astoria, Oregon in the west. It is over 4,000 miles long and crosses 10 states in the process. Although it is not necessary to bike the entire trail, which takes bikers on average around 3 months, it's customary to ride a small part in Yorktown to be part of the history of the trail. Beautiful scenery abounds, and if you feel like exercise, it is a great way to see rural Virginia.
It is a neighborhood in the city of Hampton, Virginia and is one of the oldest recreational places in the state. The history dates back to the year 1619 when a plantation called the Buck Roe was designated for use of English settlers in the area. After the Civil War, the place was built into a tourist attraction with a light house, inns, beachfront activities, horse-drawn carriages, an amusement park and more. Currently, there is a large pavilion used for performances, beachfront activities like kayaks, beach umbrellas and chairs, and more.
Kayak Nature Tours host a great range of water-based tours around Virginia. Intrepid adventurers can get up close to dolphins, or see ospreys and bald eagles in the peaceful surrounds of First Landing State Park. You can choose between single kayaks or two-person kayaks and whilst the trips are seasonal, there is a trip available for most times of the year. Kayaks are also available for individual hire if you fancy exploring the waterways of Virginia independently. Call for more details.
Golfers of all skill levels will find challenge and enjoyment at this golf club which features songbirds nesting among thick stands of pine, posting guard along the 6,645 yard course. This course is one of the best public golf courses in the country and it includes a bent grass putting green, a Bermuda grass chipping green, a driving range, a restaurant, and a well stocked pro shop.
This museum opened in 1959, and has since been dedicated to teaching the public about the evolution of American army vehicles from the colonial era to the present day. Pictures and camcorders are permitted on your visit. Stop by the gift shop on your way out, all proceeds go to help fund the museum. Tours need to be booked at least two weeks in advance to ensure staff availability. Admission is free.
This stunning golf course is only minutes away from downtown Norfolk, making it the perfect place to make your golfing escape. It affords stunning views of the coastline and ocean and has challenging play that is suitable for all levels. The course was designed by Lester George, one of golf's best known course designers; it was initially private, and frequented only by the very rich, until the City of Norfolk restored the course and aimed to raise it to championship level. The course is also situated behind historic Old Dominion University. Call for more details.
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.