Sandbridge BeachCurrently Open [Closes at 11:45 pm]
- Address: Off Princess Anne Road, past Upton Drive, Virginia Beach, United States
- Timings: 01:00 am - 11:45 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Water Body, Family And Kids
Sandbridge Beach - Review
Sandbridge Beach is a secluded beach, around 5 miles in length. Boasting of pristine sand dunes, crystal clear water and soothing sea breeze, it is a peaceful place where you can relax and unwind.
How To reach Sandbridge Beach by Public Transport
- Elson Green and Upton bus stop
- Norfolk International Airport
Restaurants Near Sandbridge Beach
- Sandbridge Island restaurant
- Zest Restaurant
- Baja Restaurant
- The Bay View Lounge
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sandbridge Beach
95% of people who visit Virginia Beach include Sandbridge Beach in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
28.06% of people start their Sandbridge Beach visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Sandbridge Beach
94.26% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sandbridge Beach
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Sandbridge Beach, Virginia Beach Reviews
Sandbridge Beach is a bit of an oasis. If you've been to the Outer Banks of NC it has a similar feel. It has rental homes, second homes and condos. The beach and city come alive in the Summer. Parking has never been an issue at Sandbridge Beach. Locate Little Island Park where there is a massive amount of space. The area boast shelters, restrooms and a playground. The beach is kept clean and very family friendly. The wave action to surf is hit or miss. I'm not a surfer, so I only hear this from friends that it's a good area to learn surfing. Swimming is permitted, however guards work the Memorial Day to Labor Day span with shoulder months depending on the weather. The pier to fish off of is one of the most popular locations for locals. Bring your own equipment and bait. There is no where to launch a boat from at the park. There are a few restaurants and even food trucks, but not much at all with regards to eating out. Your only 15-20 minutes from many food options. This goes for shopping of merchandise and groceries. There are small mom and pop shops only. Simply Steamed has been a recent favorite. There are so many reasons why Virginia Beach residents feel as though they live in paradise. Our beaches point blank rock and few would dispute that the city knows how to take excellent care of them for our tourist and locals alike. Just because the kids are back in school does not mean you cannot take advantage. Get out and enjoy all there is to offer at Little Island Park and the surrounding area.
Lovely quiet beach, a much better alternative to the oceanfront if your trying to avoid tourists. The drive is a bit off the beaten path and not much food option along the way or once you get there. But this beach is far better then all the local beaches in Hampton roads. There are places to eat there just not many options.
A quiet private corner away from the tourists and crowds in Waterfront of Virginia Beach. Waves look calmer than that of the Waterfront. I love the serene and calm environment here. There is a central dedicated car park for visitors. Road shoulders or spots at private dwellings are out of bound. The road trip to this beach is very scenic and full of character. Definitely worth a visit!
Awesome four by four area. Lot of wild horses. Patrolled heavily for speed limits. Peaceful. You can drive to and park right on the beach.
Just a gorgeous beach. Racial tensions but manageable. Stare back. Only Black people there on last visit, come to think of it, almost always. Mother water rules!