Virginia Beach Is For Everyone
What would you do with a Virginia Beach timeshare? Would you sit on the white sand beaches all day and simply watch the water come in and out while enjoying the sunshine? Would you make castles in the sand or let your kids bury you up to your neck? Or would you prefer to walk along the three mile boardwalk with all of the interesting specialty shops, vendors, and food stands? No matter what you like to do in the summer, a vacation to Virginia Beach is well worth the trip and the investment in one of the many new timeshares that have sprouted up in the city will make family vacations new again.
Virginia Beach is a beautiful place to visit and all of the well maintained beaches are free for everyone to enjoy. There are lifeguards available between mid-May and mid-September so you can enjoy swimming in the ocean water. Umbrellas, beach chairs and boogie boards are all available for you to rent so you do not have to worry about dragging yours along from home. In addition to the beach and the boardwalk, you will also be able to enjoy the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Waterpark and the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, two places that children young and old will simply adore.
While you enjoy your Virginia Beach timeshare you will also be able to partake of many different free, family geared events that occur every weekend throughout the summer months. You could watch the players at the North American Sand Soccer Championships battle it out along the waters edge, take in the Boardwalk Art Show & Festival Weekend or even rent some bicycles, including tandems, and cruise down the strip. You will also be able to rent roller blades if you didn't bring your own to enjoy.
The First Landing State Park is within short distance of your Virginia Beach timeshare and it makes a great day out hiking or biking the trails that meander through the wetlands and along Broad Bay. You will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the area while observing much of the wildlife that live in this part of Virginia. If you truly love getting back to nature you may also consider visiting the 800 acre Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Park and the False Cap State Park. The Old Coast Guard Station and the Cape Henry Lighthouses are also open to visitors and will round off a great day of seeing the Virginia coastline.
Your Virginia Beach timeshare will also make a great base to explore further out from Virginia Beach. The city of Norfolk, well known for its naval base, offers visitors the opportunity to take in a variety of museums dedicated to the sea. Nauticus, the National Maritime Center, the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the USS Wisconsin are all open to the public and provide them with some fun, educational information as you explore what life is like on the open waves.
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