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4 Fun Spring Break Activities in Virginia

Friday, February 13th, 2015

When you think “Spring Break,” you usually picture rowdy college kids, crowded beaches, and out-of-the-country getaways. Virginia probably isn’t the first destination that comes to mind as you’re planning our Spring Break vacation, but we’re here to tell you that is should be! Here are 4 fun Virginia activities to help you welcome in springtime:

  1. Spring Break at King’s Dominion– What sounds better than Spring Break at an amusement park? King’s Dominion is known for its roller coasters like the Anaconda, the Berserker, and the Shock Wave, as well as its live entertainment. “The park will be open April 6-10 for the most thrilling Spring Break in the Mid-Atlantic” ( (Nearby lodging: Shady Acres Bed & Breakfast, Grace Manor Inn, Museum District B&B.)
  2. Virginia Beach– When you picture Spring Break, there’s usually water involved, so how about a popular East Coast beach destination? From fishing piers to ice cream parlors to parasailing, there is a wealth of activity to keep you entertained during the day. At night, explore comedy clubs, night clubs, and then rest easy at a nearby InnVirginia B&B. (Nearby lodging: Page House Inn, Barclay Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Beach Spa Bed & Breakfast.)
  3. A Wine-Tasting Trail Ride– Not only does Indian Summer Guide Service offer wine tasting in the heart of Albemarle County, but it also provides transportation by horseback. Choose from four different award-winning wineries, including Glass House Winery, King Family Vineyards, Pollak Vineyards, and Veritas Vineyard and Winery. Seriously, does it get any better than wine and horses? (Nearby lodging: Afton Mountain Bed & Breakfast, Le Bleu Ridge B&B.)
  4. Southeast Expeditions Kayak Tour– Spend your Spring Break gliding across the waters of Virginia’s stunning Eastern Shore. Whether you’re paddling as a beginner or a more advanced kayaker, you’ll find adventure, enjoyment, and fond memories to take home with you. (Nearby lodging: Bay Haven Inn of Cape Charles, Cape Charles House, Chesapeake Bay View.)


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Spring Break in Virginia, 2012

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’” –Robin Williams

For many individuals, Spring Break will be here within the next few weeks, and it’s a time to flee from studying, escape to the beach, and relax with friends and family. Virginia not only offers some beautiful beaches and islands, but also some beautiful bed and breakfasts at which you can relax after your daily events.

There is an unlimited amount of activities along Virginia’s Eastern Shore and on Chincoteague and Assateague Islands. Visit wineries and vineyards, take a kayak tour, explore a lighthouse, enjoy a spa treatment, or simply lounge on the beach and perfect your tan.

Make your Spring Break absolutely perfect by booking your room at a BBAV inn:

Barclay Cottage Bed and Breakfast, Virginia Beach, VA- Rest, relaxation, and romance!

Beach Spa Bed and Breakfast, Virginia Beach, VA- “Voted #1 Spa Bed and Breakfast in America.”

1848 Island Manor House Inn, Chincoteague, VA- “Island beauty, coastal charm, unbeatable hospitality.”

Channel Bass Inn, Chincoteague, VA- “A Romantic Hideaway selected by The Discerning Traveler.”

Miss Molly’s Inn, Chincoteague, VA- “Appreciate the genuine charm of an old fashioned inn, as did Marguerite Henry, whilst she wrote her famous book Misty of Chincoteague.”

The Watson House, Chincoteague, VA- A romantic retreat in historic Chincoteague.

Garden and Sea Inn, New Church, VA- “Escape to the Garden and Sea Inn for an elegant, yet casual respite.”

Inn at Onancock, Onancock, VA- “Experience our get-away-from-it-all style in laid back luxury.”


By Tara Stoll