Your Guide to Visiting Virginia in November

Planning a trip to Virginia this November? You’ll always find plenty to do in Virginia’s cities, such as Richmond, Alexandria, and Charlottesville, but this is an excellent time to explore the smaller coastal towns and sample one of Virginia’s most unique (and delicious) draws: the oyster. And as…

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The Guide to Virginia's Dog-Friendly Beaches

Head off on vacation with your pup in tow this summer! Virginia offers several dog friendly beaches perfect for your four-legged friend. When visiting beautiful dog-friendly locations, make sure to check with your local beaches before packing up the dog. Some beaches allow dogs during off-season…

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Be A River Realm Foodie: Irvington

We all love good food and there is a culinary explosion in Virginia’s River Realm. It’s not just about the food. We have some of the best chefs around, cooking up everything from long-standing, traditional coastal Virginia fare, to Irish, Australian, Thai, Caribbean, Mexican and even a taste of…

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18 B&Bs for your Next Coastal Virginia Getaway

Plan your next getaway at one of Coastal Virginia's many authentic and locally-owned bed & breakfasts. From historic homes and rustic retreats to elegant estates and plantation homes, each Virginia B&B offers a truly unforgettable experience. Sit back, relax, unwind and see enjoy all Virginia has to…

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Glamping on Virginia's Eastern Shore

Stay in a yurt on the Chesapeake Bay, a historic watch house at offshore oyster grounds or an off-the-grid guest house on a private Atlantic island. The Virginia Eastern Shore's nine campgrounds hug the Atlantic Ocean on one coast, and the Chesapeake Bay on the other, and have amenities ranging from…

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