First Landing State ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 2500 Shore Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23451, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7574122300
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 08:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Trail, Park, Camp, Hiking Trail, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature
First Landing State Park - Review
This 2,888 acre park offers a wide range of activities for visitors. You may swim, bicycle, hike, boat, go fishing, have picnics or explore the wilderness when you visit the First Landing State Park. Plan your trip for a day, or for overnight camping.
If you are looking to do a variety of activities during your stay in Virginia Beach, then plan a visit to the First Landing State Park. You can visit it by getting tickets for First Landing State Park tours or by going there exclusively. You can buy tickets for First Landing State Park from our ticketing section or just view the First Landing State Park ticket prices. Also, combine your First Landing State Park tickets with other attractions of Virginia Beach and create combo packages at attractive offers and deals.
First Landing State Park Ticket Prices
- Pets allowed for an additional fee of $5 per night.
- $4 per vehicle
- Weekdays: $4 per vehicle
- Weekends: $5 per vehicle
- Camping sites: $24 to $32 plus taxes
How To reach First Landing State Park by Public Transport
- Shore and Great Neck bus stop
- Norfolk International Airport
Restaurants Near First Landing State Park
- Trade Winds Restaurant
- Hot Tuna bar and Grill
- Mc Donalds
- ShoreBreak Pizza
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Things to Know Before Visiting First Landing State Park
36.37% of people who visit Virginia Beach include First Landing State Park in their plan
76.92% of people start their First Landing State Park visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 7 Hrs to see First Landing State Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting First Landing State Park
First Landing State Park Trips
First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach Reviews
Tent camped this August for one week with my children and our dog. We had a very nice lot on site loop A, close to the bath house. Perfect place to spend a weeks vacation including your dog, mine loved the beach! It is a swamp though, next time I would choose a site with electric simply to keep the fans running at night without the added expense of so many batteries. Bring your bug spray, you will absolutely need it at camp. The beach and swimming were perfect. There were dogs there every day with attentive owners, we brought our tiny terrier and had zero problems being around bigger, curious dogs as their owners paid attention to their dogs and mostly kept them on leash at all time. If you bring your dog, lots of water and an umbrella or shade of some sort will be necessary. Also remember if the sand is too hot for you to walk on it is definitely too hot for your dog! Pick them up or simply put baby socks on their feet so entering and existing the beach doesn’t result in burnt paws!!!
Went here twice on our short stay in town, got in a couple of hikes and spent some time at the interpretive center. Beautiful scenery, wide, well marked trails. Bug repellent would have been handy since we donated to the local mosquito blood bank.
We came to this park to visit the beach. Quiet, not many people and calm waters here, very nice. During our visit, we found out they have hiking trails. We went on a couple of the easy trails which didn’t take much time. This is a very nice State Park and wish I would have done my homework before going.
Awesome bike trails and areas for you to have a picnic. Great Beach. Great family spot. Great running trails. And you can walk across the street to the waves if you want. I highly recommend this park to anyone. There is also a public area for camping and it is around 20 to $30 a night I believe. You can camp right next to the ocean.
Our campsite was very nice. The walk to the beach was not long. A great beach and not crowded. We went across the street and walked one of the nature trails. It was beautiful.