Visit Kiptopeke State Park on the Eastern Shore, VA
Explore this hidden gem on the secluded and rarely visited Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Kiptopeke State Park provides visitors with a very secluded beach even in the middle of summer. The location of the beach also allows you to enjoy a sunset over water which is rare for the east coast. The sandy white beaches dotted with old crab buckets and crab traps is an amazing place for the entire family to enjoy. Kiptopeke is also great for that romantic stroll on the beach with your significant other.
Kiptopeke State Park is great for fishing, crabbing, camping, SUP, kayaking, swimming and hiking trails. Enjoy fresh caught fish and crabs over an open flame while you enjoy one of the best kept secrets on the east coast! Kiptopeke State Park is just across the bay from Virginia Beach.
Directions: Take the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel/US-13 North for roughly 23 miles until you turn left on Kiptopeke Dr which takes you to the park entrance. It is only 4 dollars for a day pass.