beautiful hiking trails. boat/kayak ramp. beaches
Not a bad place if you don't mind the sand.
If you’re looking for a beautiful place with magical trees to camp amongst, this is definitely your place. My negative review would be the bathrooms/showers. They are very disgusting and old so… I guess your camping and it shouldn’t matter? I did however love the beach… seemed so private because hardly a soul was on it and the waves are nice and quiet here. This was my second time visiting 😁
This camp ground was exceptionally clean and the campsites varies from extremely small to fairly large. With our rooftop tent, we had to get a site that would facilitate us parking the truck, but the site we were given wasn’t ideal. The site we had (134) did not allow us to back the truck into the camp site, just in a narrow driveway close to the road. Since all of the other sites were taken, we made due. This site would have been perfect for a large family with multiple tents.
After dark, the place really filled up - I imagine most people had been at the beach all day. There were vehicles going past our site until approximately midnight, and people making noise until about 1am.
The restroom facility was within walking distance and was moderately clean (in comparison to a few of the other camp grounds I’ve experienced).
All in all, I enjoyed my stay and will definitely be back; however, I may call to make a reservation to describe my rig’s setup in lieu of reserving online.
This park is a dog friendly, peaceful gem where you can choose to hike just in the woods or even hike to the beach. The camp grounds are nice and kept well. Campers are typically laid back and fun. Fantastic park and one of our favorite places to go for some quality family time.
First Landing is a great, family friendly campground for all to enjoy. Access to the beach is a plus, the park rangerd do their job well, and many great amenities are available. Highly recommend!
FLSP is a real Gem in the midst of a very busy Virginia Beach. The campsites range from tenting with no hookups to 20, 30, and 50 foot sites with water and electric. There are also about 20 cabins on the Trail side. The only sewer hookups are for the three Camp Host sites located throughout the Park. There are nice clean showers located around the campground. There are beaches with boardwalk access over preserved dunes. There are no lifeguards. Across the road from the campground are fabulous hiking trails, a bike trail, and another beach area on a tidal lake. The variety of activities within the Park, including Ranger led activities, along with easy access to the Virginia Beach boardwalk via the local bus system, biking, or personal vehicle, make this State Park the only place we stay in VaBeach. We love this Park so much we have volunteered as Camp Hosts for eleven years❤️
This camp ground is right on the Bay ( Chesapeake) and has nice say dunes all around. You get to witness the Navy working near by as well, which is cool.
I stayed here in my hammock for a night while I was down in VA beach. Has some awesome trails of quite varying lengths (0.2-6.5 mi if I'm remembering properly) it will cost you to get on the property but the park pass for the day includes the beach across the highway as well. Both are dog friendly as long as your pup is on a leash
If you want to just lay back and fish this is the place for you