Spend Your Spring Break in Virginia Beach
Spring Break is the perfect time of year for all ages to visit Virginia Beach. Whether you’re a family with children, a group of teenagers or young adults, this coastal destination has something for every interest. You’ll find countless things to do during your spring break vacation in Virginia Beach.
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Things to Do this Spring Break in Virginia Beach
Here are some of our suggestions on things to do during spring break in Virginia Beach.
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Attend a Local Festival and Event
From late February to mid-April, Virginia Beach has plenty of events. There’s sure to be something happening during your spring break vacation. Mark your calendar for one of the food festivals, arts and crafts shows, races and more.
Also, check out which national artist or band is coming to perform at the Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater. Virginia Beach’s outdoor concert venue is the perfect place to hear your favorite performer live.
Spend the Day at a State Park
Everyone knows that Virginia Beach is famous for its sandy coastline, but did you know that the city offers plenty of outdoor activities away from the beach? Visit one of the local state parks for hiking, biking, kayaking and more. First Landing State Park, False Cape State Park and Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge are also perfect destinations for some fun in the great outdoors.
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Cast a Line for Flounder
Virginia Beach is an angler’s paradise year-round. However, spring is when flounder start biting again. Head to a dock along the Chesapeake Bay, or one on the Oceanfront or Sandbridge, where you can reel in one of the more than 300 species of fish that call these waters their home.
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Have a Meal Outside
When the weather warms up, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible outside. Virginia Beach has a number of restaurants with outdoor patio seating and several that are right on the water. Enjoy the fresh seafood catch of the day while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean or Chesapeake Bay.
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Toast to Your Spring Break
Spring breakers age 21 and older will love having a beer, wine or cocktail at one of Virginia Beach’s local bars, breweries or wine bars. Many of these locations have outdoor seating so you can enjoy your drink in the sunshine.
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