Virginia Landing is a very quiet place to camp. If you plan to just stay and relax this is your place, but if you get bored easily bring a vehicle with you so you can go places. There are campsites in the open and also in a heavily shaded area. The shade is nice but again that is where the flies go.
The drive into the campground is on a very narrow road. That is what I saw as one of the biggest downfalls to the campground.
Being right by the ocean be warned that the flies are bad. Also there is no walkway to the water.
There is a long walk to the pool depending on where your campsite is. The pool is very large and goes from 3 to 8 feet in depth.
A mini golf course is available but needs a great deal of work. It would be a great course if properly maintained.
We try to find a local church we can attend while we are in different areas. Here we found the Puncoteague Community Church. It was a lovely little country church. We really enjoyed it and if we ever get back to that area, we plan of visiting it again.
While we were at Virginia landing we went on an evening boat cruise.
We saw an osprey sitting on its nest. According to our guide, the babies were in it but they were hidden pretty well. Along with that we saw a heron wading in the shallow water.
With all good evening cruises there is always that fabulous sunset.
Virginia LandingAlthough the campsite is remote and quiet, if you adventure out there are things to do.