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Parques y naturaleza en Virginia Beach

Parque
“With beach access as well as marshes, and trails to explore, this historic park offers so much to see and do. Go to the Visitor's Center to find out various free events that are offered throughout the year. Easy to bike, run, or walk, there are miles of trails that feature all kinds of plant and animal life. ”
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Botanical Garden
“From the Rose Garden and the Japanese Garden to the Renaissance Walk and breathtaking views overlooking lakes and rivers, Virginia's largest Botanical Garden is perhaps the most beautiful place in Norfolk. Don't forget to check out the Butterfly House! https://norfolkbotanicalgarden.org/ 6700 Azalea Garden Road Norfolk, Virginia 23518-5337 757-441-5830”
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Beach
“40 block boardwalk with bike path on the side, Blocks and blocks of food and entertainment”
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Parque
“Great trails for biking and hiking. At the 64th Street entrance to the park there is a boat landing and often there are paddleboard rentals available. It is also a fun place to go crabbing. All it takes to go crabbing is a pole with a net, a string and some chicken necks. ”
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Parque
“Easy to get to park, less than five minute drive or 10 - 15 minute walk for fast walkers. A walking trail, some exercise machines, benches and play area for children, o and the mount. ”
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Jardín de esculturas
“The iconic King Neptune Statue on the oceanfront. Come see the statue and take a walk on the boardwalk.”
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Parque
“Our least visited park in VA. Only accessible by foot, bike or boat through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. A true gem. Camping is available.”
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Beach
“One of City of Va. Beach Parks and Recreation parks, Little Island has lifeguarded beaches (summer), a fishing pier, playground, tennis courts, surfing area, large parking lot and several picnic shelters.”
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Foro musical
“There are lots of live bands playing throughout the summer. A good resource is https://www.beachstreetusa.com/location/24th-street-park”
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Parque
“With the beach in the backdrop, and live music playing nearby, the park is a definite stopping point for photos and musical entertainment.”
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Parque
“This park nearly has it all and it's so close we walk there all the time! There's ton's of walking trails, picnic tables in the shade, playgrounds, gardens, tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields, a pagoda, clean restrooms, and a ton of PokeStops! ”
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Parque
“The refuge was established June 6, 1938 as a crucial link along the Atlantic flyway, the migration route that takes birds from Summer breeding grounds in the North to Winter feeding grounds & rest. Educational programming is offered by park rangers. Best time to visit is late Fall/Winter when viewing birds. The trails are flat and easy to navigate. Make sure you bring your camera and if you're into birdwatching a spotting scope because there's always something to see or take a photo of.”
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Surf Spot
“Nice neighborhood beach with easy parking. Bathhouse. Away from the touristy shops and crowds. Surfing beach separated from swimmers' beach.”
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Parque
“Whether you want to take a 20-minute lakeside stroll or a 3 hour hike through all types of micro-environments, this jewel of the city has it all. There are also some beaches on the bay side and kayak rentals. The 64th Street entrance is just a mile from our house. To get to the main visitors center, you drive to the Shore Drive entrance, or bike through the woods trail off 64th Street. ”
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