Things To Do
Deltaville Maritime Museum
287 Jackson Creek Rd, Deltaville, VA 23043
The Deltaville Maritime Museum takes a look at the history of our town beginning 35 million years ago with a meteorite to today, including the extensive history of boat building giving Deltaville the name of “Boat Building Capital of the Chesapeake Bay”. The museum holds many events throughout the year as well, so be sure to look at the calendar for events including monthly farmer’s markets.
Deltaville Park, Pool, and Tennis Court
17147 General Puller Hwy, Deltaville, VA 23043
Beside the Deltaville Community Association is the town pool, playground, basketball court, and tennis court. There is a fee for the pool, but all others are free for public use.
Deltaville Deltas Baseball
The Deltaville Deltas is the hometown minor league baseball team.
Stingray Point Lighthouse
19167 General Puller Hwy, Deltaville, VA 23043
The Stingray Point Lighthouse is a replica of the original lighthouse. Stingray Point gets its name from a story about Captain John Smith who was said to have been stung by a stingray in the area.
11487 General Puller Hwy, Hartfield, VA 23071
The local YMCA has a schedule of group activities as well as a full gym and basketball court.
Piankatank River Golf Course
6198 Stormont Rd, Hartfield, VA 23071
Rivah Day Spa
624 Gloucester Rd, Saluda, VA 23149
The spa offers nails, facials, and massages.
Middlesex County Museum and Historical Society
777 General Puller Hwy, Saluda, VA 23149
Urbanna Walking Tour
“Urbanna was one of the twenty port towns established by an act of assembly in 1680. It was from these ports that tobacco was exported to England for European goods. In Middlesex on the West Side of Ralph Wormeley's creek against the plantation now known as Rosegill, was the authorization for this town’s 50 acres to be purchased for 10,000 pounds of tobacco and be laid out for a town, with lots no larger that one-half acre, plus a storehouse and fort. Seven building in town have been in continuous use since the colonial period. Four of them are on the National Register of Historic Places. “ (http://urbanna.com/pages/urbanna-walking-tour.php)
The stops on the walking tour include: The Old Tabacco Warehouse, The Gressitt House, The Customs House, R.S. Bristow Store, The Courthouse, Lansdowne, The Marble House, Wormeley-Lee-Montague Cottage, Atherston Hall, The Tavern, The Bristow House, Palmer-Chowning House, The Burton House, and the Baptist Church. Click on the following link to see a map for the tour: http://urbanna.com/pages/urbanna-walking-tour.php#map
Urbanna also holds many different events throughout the year including Dancing Under the Stars (live music), Movies Under the Stars, Urbanna Farmer’s Markets, and the annual Oyster Festival. Look on the calendar to see what events are happening during your stay.
Urbanna Pool and Playground
425 Bonner St, Urbanna, VA 23175
Urbanna also has a playground and pool.
Bethpage Camp Resort
679 Browns Ln, Urbanna, VA 23175
Bethpage has a large swimming pool with water slides and water playground, fishing, volleyball, playground, and lake with water trampoline and paddleboats.
Bethpage Miniature Golf and Ice Creamery
4817 Old Virginia St, Urbanna, VA 23175
VA Motor Speedway
4426 Tidewater Trail, Jamaica, VA 23079
The Dog and Oyster Vineyard
170 White Fences Drive, Irvington, VA 22480
Award winning local winery. For events at the winery, please see our calendar.
Good Luck Cellars
1025 Good Luck Road, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Local winery with many events throughout the year. See our calendar for a list.
Ditchley Cidar Works
1571 Ditchley Rd, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Opening with renovations in 2018! Workshops, tastings, and other events.
Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club – Golf Course
362 Club Drive, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
The country club has a golf course, but they also have a great restaurant and tennis and pickleball courts.
Golden Eagle Golf Course
364 Clubhouse Rd, Irvington, VA 22480
The Tides Resort
480 King Carter Dr, Irvington, VA 22480
The resort has many different activities, including: mixology class, spa, oyster roasting, bingo and other games, guided meditation, fishing excursions, golf clinics, frisbee golf, yoga, pilates, lessons with a tennis professional, wine trail, and more.
211 S Main St., Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Deep tissue, Swedish, hot stone, and orthopedic massages, derm-e and bio-elements facials and peels, and dermaplaning.
Premier Sailing School
480 King Carter Drive, Irvington, VA 22480
Belle Isle State Park
1632 Belle Isle Rd, Lancaster, VA 22503
Hickory Hollow Natural Area Preserve
Regina Rd, Lancaster, VA 22503
Hughlett Point Natural Area Preserve
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Baylor Park Nature Trail
412 N Main St., Kilmarnock, VA 22482
YMCA – Kilmarnock
39 William B. Graham Court, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Group exercise, pool, water aerobics, and gym.
Inside Out Yoga
366 James Wharf Rd, White Stone, VA 22578
Historic Christ Church and Museum
420 Christ Church Rd, Weems, VA 22576
Steamboat Era Museum
156 King Carter Drive, Irvington, VA 22480
76 N Main St, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Mary Ball Washington Museum and Library
8346 Mary Ball Rd, Lancaster, VA 22503
Rappahannock Art League Studio Gallery
19 N Main St, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Art workshops and paint nights.
Mathews Maritime Museum
482 Main St, Mathews, VA 23109
Gwynn’s Island Museum
State Rte 633, Gwynn, VA 23066
Mathews County Visitor and Information Center/Sibley’s General Store
239 Main St., Mathews, VA 23109
YMCA – Mathews
10746 Buckley Hall Rd, Mathews, VA 23109
Group exercise and gym
265 Dutchman’s Rd, Port Haywood, VA 23138
Bethel Beach Natural Area Preserve
Route 609, Mathews, VA 23109
New Point Comfort Natural Area Preserve
Route 600, Bavon, VA 23138
Williams Wharf Landing Trail
1039 Williams Wharf Rd, Mathews, VA 23109
Yorktown, Virginia is known for the Battle of Yorktown, the last major battle in the Revolutionary War, in which Lord Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington. There are many attractions, including: The American Revolution Museum, Yorktown Ghost Walks, and battlefield reenactments. There are also pirate adventure cruises, restaurants, galleries, and many shops to explore. Look on the calendar for all events happening in Yorktown.
48 minutes from marina
2110 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Jamestown is home to the Jamestown Settlement, the first permanent English settlement in America. Here you can explore the settlement as well as Historic Jamestowne. There are also many restaurants and shops in the area.
1 hour and 18 minutes from the marina
Williamsburg and Colonial Williamsburg
101 Visitor Center Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Williamsburg, once the capital of Virginia, is home to Colonial Williamsburg where visitors can explore colonial life. Williamsburg, along with Jamestown and Yorktown, form the Historic Triangle.
1 hour and 6 minutes from the marina
1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia with roller coasters, rides, shows, and events.
1 hour and 9 minutes from the marina
176 Water Country Pkwy, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Water park located in Williamsburg.
1 hour from the marina
Great Wolf Lodge
549 E Rochambeau Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Hotel and water park
1 hour and 6 minutes from the marina
Ripley’s Believe It or Not
1735 Richmond Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
1 hour and 7 minutes from marina
Go Ape Zip Line and Treetop Adventure – Freedom Park
5537 Centerville Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188
1 hour and 13 minutes from marina
5800 Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg, VA 23185
1 hour and 11 minutes from marina
Kingsmill Golf Club
1010 Kingsmill Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
1 hour and 8 minutes from marina
Traditions Golf at Stonehouse
9700 Mill Pond Run, Toano, VA 23168
56 minutes from marina
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club
401 S England St, Williamsburg, VA 23185
1 hour and 10 minutes from marina
Colonial Heritage Golf Club
6500 Arthur Hills Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23188
1 hour and 5 minutes from marina
Fords Colony Country Club
240 Fords Colony Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Williamsburg National Golf Course
3700 Centerville Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188
An island rich in American history from a harbor for Native Americans to John Smith to a community of watermen. A great day trip.
The Eastern Shore is separated from Virginia by the Chesapeake, but is easily accessible by boat, and even some have kayaked across. There is a rich history here, and many things to see: the wild ponies, beaches, NASA facility, and much more. See our calendar of events for local events as well.
Pope’s Creek – George Washington’s Birthplace
1732 Popes Creek Rd, Colonial Beach, VA 22443
1 hour and 33 minutes from marina
Stratford Hall – Home of General Robert E. Lee
483 Great House Rd, Stratford, VA 22558
1 hour and 30 minutes from marina
Menokin – Home of Francis Lightfoot Lee (signer of the Declaration of Independence)
4037 Menokin Rd, Warsaw, VA 22572
1 hour and 10 minutes from marina