- The list below includes 139 free or cheap things to do in or near Chesapeake, Virginia, including 77 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Bowling, Parks and Trampoline Parks.
- From Oak Grove Lake Park to Chesapeake City Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Chesapeake and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Hampton and Portsmouth.
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500 Marina Village Circle, Cape Charles, VA 23310 MoreLess Info
Luxury suites, convenient location, and fully equipped villas are only part of what Kings Creek Marina & Resort offers. Guests enjoy boating, fishing, dining, and hosting events at the waterside venue.
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a paradise for swimmers, surfers, off-road driving enthusiasts and beachcombers. Carova Beach, located in Corolla, is free to the public. Visitors must not attempt to drive on the beach unless their vehicle has four-wheel drive.
Visitors are able to take a relaxing guided trail ride through the Pfeiffer Riding Stables. The trail itself runs along their 150-acre farm along the waterfront of Cape Charles with several views of King's Creek and the ability to observe native wildlife.
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1530 Cherrystone Blvd, Cape Charles, VA MoreLess Info
Novice and experienced anglers are welcome at Miss Jennifer Charter Fishing. With flexible fishing windows, a myriad of available fish, and dolphin sighting tours, the whole family will find something to enjoy.
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2218 Jamestown Road, Route 31 S., Williamsburg, VA 23185 MoreLess Info
Situated on the historic settlement of Jamestown, Jamestown Visitor Center features a museum with artifacts and archaeological digs. Visitors can also speak with staff members to learn about local attractions and to receive maps of the settlement.
The Colonial National Historical Park encompasses several sites illustrating US history from its early settlement in the 1600s to American Independence in the late 1700s, including Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America, Williamsburg and the Yorktown Battlefield.
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Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, VA 23187 MoreLess Info
The King's Arms Tavern is an historic 18th-Century building now home to a restaurant and bar where servers in period costume also act as guides to local Colonial history. Nightly entertainment includes live music of the period.