First Landing State Park

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About First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach

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 Tickets 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 Get To 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
  • Citrus
  • Hot Tuna bar and Grill
  • Subway
  • Mc Donalds
  • ShoreBreak Pizza

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Address: 2500 Shore Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Phone: +1-7574122300

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Time Required: 08:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm Details

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Sunset Stand Up Paddleboard Tour of Linkhorn Bay
View Deal Sunset Stand Up Paddleboard Tour of Linkhorn Bay New on TripHobo Duration: 90 minutes From USD 37.57/person

Small-group guided Stand Up Paddleboard tour through the calm waters of Linkhorn Bay as you watch the sun set over the Bay. Little or no experience is necessary to use Chesapean’s Stand Up Paddleboards to enjoy a relaxing sunset paddle with friends or family. Guides will help you launch and navigate Linkhorn Bay for the beautiful twilight hours.

Fat Tire Bike Eco-Tour of First Landing State Park
View Deal Fat Tire Bike Eco-Tour of First Landing State Park 1 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours From USD 37.57/person

Small-group guided Bike tours through the peaceful paths of First Landing State Park. Meet at Chesapean’s Headquarters and take a scenic trip through Oceanfront Boardwalk, Virginia Beach’s North End, and First Landing State Park on your choice of mountain bike or Fat Tire Beach Cruiser. Guides will help you navigate the trails for 2hrs and see both natural and historical landmarks of Virginia Beach.

1 Hour Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals
View Deal 1 Hour Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals 1 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 23.48/person

The Virginia Coast is an exciting place to experience our kayaks in a fun and easy activity that the whole family can enjoy. Appreciate all that nature has to offer by soaking in the scenery and weather while you are out on the water. You can drop in from our locations on Long Creek and paddle along the shoreline of the First Landing State Park into Broad Bay. Bring a picnic and stop on a shady beach along the way. We also deliver kayaks and standup paddle boards to you (delivery fees may apply to locations over 5 miles away).

2 Hour Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals
View Deal 2 Hour Virginia Beach Paddleboard Rentals New on TripHobo Duration: 2 hours From USD 37.57/person

The Virginia Coast is an exciting place to experience our kayaks in a fun and easy activity that the whole family can enjoy. Appreciate all that nature has to offer by soaking in the scenery and weather while you are out on the water. You can drop in from our locations on Long Creek and paddle along the shoreline of the First Landing State Park into Broad Bay. Bring a picnic and stop on a shady beach along the way. We also deliver kayaks and standup paddle boards to you (delivery fees may apply to locations over 5 miles away).

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  • Great Park right in Virginia Beach! Tons of hiking trails that very from .3 miles to over 6 miles! One fee to access both the hiking trails and the beach. Lovely Beach with lots of little shells... Great for walking or just sitting. Great place to let the kids play without having to worry about them getting knocked down by giant waves! The entire park is clean and the park rangers are more than happy to answer any questions you may have. And a wonderful Trail center with lots to look at with the kids!

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  • My favorite state park so far! Great early fall vacation. Stayed in beautiful wooded camp ground with clean facilities that was very private. Beach wasn't busy with clear water and dolphins! Lots of hiking trails on the other side of the park through a swamp area with spanish moss. Everything was gorgeous!

  • Beautiful state park that includes a wide range of trails with stunning views. The many wooden bridges and viewing platforms provide great access to the unique swamp environment. As a bonus, you also get access to a very nice section of beach on the other side of the road although the lot can fill up. If you are in the area, and enjoy the outdoors, this should be a top priority.

  • Great area. Must pay for parking on weekends during off-season. Week days seem to be free to park off-season. The water is generally calm, I haven't seen any big crashing waves over here. If you're in to Pokemon Go, there's a few gyms and stops here too!

  • Great hiking trails! Bummer you have to pay $5 to enter the park. Guess I will look into a yearly pass. North Carolina state parks are free to park and hike. We already pay enough taxes in Virginia.

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