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Parks in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation offer the active tourist and local a plethora of places to visit. Whether you're heading to the zoo, aquarium or one of our state parks, you're only moments away from seeing the incredible sites, hearing the sounds of VA Beach nature and smelling the great outdoors.

While staying in Virginia Beach you can take a short drive to the Virginia Zoo. The zoo offers free parking, cheap admission and a child friendly environment.
3500 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23504
Thirty minutes west of Virginia Beach are The Norfolk Botanical Garden. The Garden is spread over 155 acres with more than fifty themed sections.
6700 Azalea Garden Road, Norfolk, VA 23518
In the middle of Virginia Beach's fast paced tourist area lies 2888 acres of pristine pine forest, swamp and wetlands -- left much the same as the first explorers to this area found it.
2500 Shore Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 412-2300
While enjoying the views of the beach from the board walk it is difficult to miss the large statue of Neptune located on 31st street, a titanic attraction standing guard over Neptune park.
Virginia Beach, VA
(757) 385-1100
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Looking for some fun things to do on your Virginia Beach Vacation? The Great Dismal Swamp might not sound like the perfect vacation spot, but don’t be fooled by a name.
False Cape State Park Virginia Beach is a must-see for all active vacationers in the area. Virginia is for lovers, and what is more romantic then watching the sunset in one of the last undeveloped... more
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge offers you the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in over nine thousand acres of protected land located on and around a thin strip of coastline.