Shortly after the Old Dominion State created the now-famous “Virginia is For Lovers” slogan in 1969, Massanutten Resort opened in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Located just 40 miles north of Charlottesville, Massanutten is a dream setting for a vacation any time of year. Back in the early 1970s when development of Massanutten Resort was getting […]
When you’re traveling between Maine and Florida, check out these three epic East Coast trails near RV parks for walking, running and cycling getaways.
Newport News, Virginia is most notable for its shipbuilding and U.S. Navy connection. However, there’s also a tenuous connection between the shipbuilding and golf worlds. A Golf Museum, located at the James River Country Club, was founded by Archer M. Huntington, the principal owner of the Newport News Shipyard in the first part of the […]
History abounds in Chesapeake, Virginia just south of Norfolk. All throughout this mid-Atlantic region are remnants of the past including the Jamestown settlement, Revolutionary War, and Civil War sites. If you explore the area this summer, consider using Northwest River Park Campground as your base. Located on the banks of the Northwest River in southeastern […]
Visitors and locals of the Virginia Beach/Norfolk, Virginia area now have another golf option. The 18-hole Sewells Point Golf Course, which is on federal property, but outside the fence line of Naval Station Norfolk, is now open to the public. Until recently, the course was strictly open to military personnel. But with declining rounds—only 30,000 […]