Cape Charles / Chesapeake Bay Koa

Cape Charles, Virginia

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Camping fun begins just north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, where this KOA sits right on the bay with its own private dog-friendly beach. From RV Sites to Deluxe Cabins, we offer a range of accommodations including Safari Tents for our up and coming glamper adventurists! Bring along your fishing gear, kayaks and paddleboards to take advantage of the calm water adventures on the Chesapeake Bay or make a splash in the campground's two pools. Enjoy the magnificent waterfront views at the on-site Jackspot Bar & Grill to the backdrop of stunning eastern shore bayside sunsets, or cool off with an ice cream at Happy Jack's Café. Nature abounds on the shore in wildlife areas and preserves with hiking or a paddle among wetlands, filled with migratory Songbirds and Raptors. Located just 10 miles south of Cape Charles, VA you can experience local seafood restaurants, unique shopping, local artisan galleries & Bay Creek Golf Club. Pools: May 4 - September 30. Max pull thru: 75 feet.


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