Discover dozens of things to do on a day trip or a vacation side trip from Chincoteague Island. The Eastern Shore of Virginia offers beautiful scenic drives and quaint towns off the beaten track. Spend a day of adventure exploring the Virginia Eastern Shore area.
Articles about Chincoteague day trips in Virginia:
Chincoteague Island to Atlantic, Virginia Day Trip
Home of Wright’s Restaurant and Crab Gallery, one of the best seafood restaurants in an area known for its seafood restaurants. Another local favorite eatery is Ron Wolf’s. Wolf’s is one of the cleanest, friendliest and busiest lunch spots on the entire Eastern Shore of Virginia, well worth the short jaunt from Chincoteague Island. Stop in for breakfast and politics any day of the week.
Chincoteague to Cape Charles Day Trip
Begin your day in Cape Charles with a visit to The Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center for an overview of the area history. View area artifacts, archival photographs, and videos featuring the memories of some of the Cape's oldest residents.
Chincoteague Island to Eastville Day Trip
Eastville may be home to barely more than two hundred people, but what it lacks in population it more than makes up for in historical significance.
Chincoteague Island to Exmore Day Trip
Antiquers will love Antique Addicts located on Main Street. If your day trip occurs during the growing season, don’t miss the Exmore Farm Market for some of the best fresh produce in Virginia.
Chincoteague Island to Nassawadox Day Trip
Visit Brownsville Seaside Farm, where you'll find the headquarters of the Nature Conservancy's Virginia Coast reserve. The Nature Conservancy owns and protects fourteen of the Atlantic barrier islands, and you can get all the information you need at the headquarters to plan visits to each of them.
Chincoteague Island to Onancock Day Trip
Centuries before John Smith set foot on Virginia soil in 1608, the Native Americans of the Western Shore had given Onancock creek its name, which means "a foggy place." Only four miles inland from Tangier Sound and Chesapeake Bay, Onancock was established in 1680 as a port for sailing ships, and later for steamships.
Chincoteague Island to Parksley Day Trip
Parksley is known for its turn-of-the-20th century charms. Many of its gracious old 19th century homes, with their bright gardens, deep porches, and whimsical gingerbread trim, stand within sight of its railroad depot.
Chincoteague Island to Tangier Day Trip
The charm of Tangier Island is a place where the inhabitants are completely authentic, and their way of speaking hasn't changed much since Capt. John Smith discovered Tangier in 1608.
Chincoteague to Wachapreague Day Trip
The "Little City by the Sea's" fewer than 300 year-round residents are reminded of their good fortune every time they gaze on the Wachapreague waterfront, where the Wachapreague Channel meanders eastward through the marshlands to the open Atlantic. The fishing off Wachapreague once earned it the nickname "The Flounder Capital of the World."