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Virginia Beach Sports

No summer is complete without a rousing chorus of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” and Harbor Park is just the place to do it. Watch the Norfolk Tides play our nation’s pastime and enjoy the picturesque location on the water. If you like your sports more interactive, try Arena Racing or King of the Ring boxing. The main allure though, is water-oriented sports and there are plenty of options: scuba diving, parasailing and jet skiing, for example. And if you love the spirit of competition, time your visit for the Coastal Edge East Coast Surfing Championship in late August—this long-time beach tradition is fun to watch—and you’ll love to see some great surfers hang ten!

Lynnhaven Dive Center

If you like to go scuba diving, want to learn how to scuba dive and become certified, check out the Lynhaven Dive Center during your long stay in Virginia Beach. Read more

Cherie's Bicycle and Blade Rentals

Along our world famous Virginia Beach boardwalk is a bike path for non-pedestrians.  It runs parallel to the oceanfront.  If you like biking or blading, you can rent a bicycle or skates at Cherie's Read more

Arena Racing USA

I was looking for somewhere to take a friend’s 7 year old son as a treat, and while searching the internet for something to do I came across Arena Racing USA. Read more

King of The Ring

If you like watching The Ultimate Fighting Championships on Television, then you are most likely going to enjoy the King Of the Ring tournaments held in Virginia. Read more

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