Chesapeake, Virginia

HELLO CHESAPEAKE

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.