Chesapeake, Virginia


Chesapeake city in Virginia was organised in 1963 by voter referendums during the approval of the political consolidation of the South Norfolk with the Norfolk County. The city has a diversity of protected land in the form of farmlands, forests and wetlands that makes tourism a prosperous business here.

Places to visit-

  • Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge- It is a home for a vast number and a varied variety of wild animals.
  • Lake Drummond- It is a shallow lake where tourists can spend time appreciating the beauty of nature.
  • Northwest River Park- The River allows for fishing and boating and seasonal river side camping.
  • Chesapeake City Park- It is a huge open space for morning and evening walks.
  • Oak Grove Lake Park- It is situated at the waterfront with numerous trails.
  • Indian River Park- There are trails and sports areas in this forested area in the city.
  • Great Bridge Lock Park- It is an island park having a playground for kids and tourists can indulge in fishing activity here.
  • Deep Creek Park- It is an animal friendly park with ball fields and BBQ grills.
  • Railroad Museum of Virginia- It displays antique rail coaches end engines.
  • Chesapeake Planetarium
  • Fun Forest

    Places to stay-

    • Wingate by Windham Chesapeake- A budget hotel with simple rooms offering free breakfast, Wi-Fi and an indoor pool facility.
    • Aloft Chesapeake- It is a trendy hotel with a cocktail bar, a billiards lounge for the guests along with free dog treats.
    • Delta Hotels by Marriott Chesapeake- They have a bistro restaurant and a fitness center for a healthy stay of the guests.
    • Candlewood Suites Chesapeake- They have an all-suite option and a business center for large gatherings.