Charles City

Discover things to do, places to stay, and where to dine in Charles City. Use the links above to find area events, an interactive map of what’s nearby and great deals and packages.

Unspoiled, Unhurried & Uncommon

Fishing & birding pier on the James RiverThe people of Charles City have been graciously welcoming visitors ever since Captain John Smith called upon the Chickahominy Indians to trade for corn in the winter of 1607. Unspoiled, unhurried and uncommon are three words that describe the county today. Unspoiled forests, fields and rivers provide great opportunities for fishing, bird watching, boating, biking and walking. The unhurried pace offers a rejuvenating escape for those seeking to stay in a quaint bed and breakfast inn or dine in a unique setting. An uncommon opportunity to see great plantations in their original, unspoiled landscape is provided by the county’s unparalleled collection of James River Plantations. And what a surprise to find the finest collection of Russian Realism paintings outside Russia today, a museum of antique farm equipment and an Indian powwow all in one county? Come visit this small, unspoiled corner of America today!

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  • Stone's Downtown Diner

    220 E. City Point Road, Exit 15A of I-295 just off Rt. 10 East, Hopewell, VA, 23860
  • Bojangles' Hopewell

    3519 Oaklawn Boulevard, Exit 9A of I-295 just off Rt. 36 East, Hopewell, VA, 23860
  • Family Pizza & Subs

    5201 Plaza Drive, Exit 9B of I-295 just off Rt. 36 West in Food Lion Shopping Center, Hopewell, VA, 23860
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