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Discover Chesapeake, VA

There are many cities in Virginia with their own unique flavor and tons of history, but there’s something special about a visit to Chesapeake. When you book an RV in Chesapeake, it’s your ticket to an amazing vacation with all the adventure and relaxation that you could ask for. Chesapeake, just seven miles south of Norfolk, is the third largest city in Virginia and offers so many things to check out in and around the city. Renting an RV lets you explore it all to your heart’s content. Here, you can park the Chesapeake RV rental somewhere for a beautiful evening then get up the next morning and start the exploration all over again.

There is so much history in Virginia that makes for an enlightening and thrilling vacation. If you really want to enjoy the water, Virginia Beach is only 29 minutes away. Another popular spot to see driving too far is Williamsburg, which can be reached in about an hour. Perhaps you would rather keep it local and leave the motorhome rental in Chesapeake alone for the day. Chesapeakes Hampton Rapid Transit (HRT) bus system is a convenient way to get around. When you rent an RV in Chesapeake, the only limit to your enjoyment is sleep!

The Great Outdoors

Diversity is the spice of life and Chesapeake has plenty of it to go around, when you combine the convenience of renting an RV with Chesapeake’s surrounding nature. The first stop on the list for many nature lovers, especially those who love creatures, is Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. Here you’ll find great trails for hiking or biking. You can also spend your visit boating, fishing, watching the birds, or any other of the local critters you are liable to see. While you are in the area, check out the Dismal Swamp State Park, with its own collection of trails to traverse. Dipping into North Carolina, near South Mills, this is a relaxing spot that has some awesome kayaking opportunities.

Why go that far though when you can enjoy Chesapeake City Park. This is a small pine forest park in the city where you can enjoy a game of horseshoes, relax, or maybe see if you can still handle a skateboard.

Parks are awesome, but every once in a while you just want to relax by the lake. Lake Drummond has you covered here, with almost five square miles of coverage. Drive the Chesapeake rental RV over here for some fishing, boating, or a nice walk around the bend.

Moving back to the parks, but keeping the water theme going, we have Northwest River Park. This place is 763 acres of beautiful Virginia naturescape, with some great trails for hiking. It even has an 18-hole disc golf course.

When you book a camper rental in Chesapeake, your visit is not complete without a visit to Oak Grove Lake Park. It isn’t a big park but it is gorgeous and has a nice 1.5-mile trail to explore. You also might want to check out Great Bridge Lock Park with its interesting mariner architecture. This park also isn’t big, but it offers a great way to get to the water. Renting an RV in Chesapeake to catch all of the seasonal changes is a nature lover’s dream.

RV Parks

Spending vacation time in a motorhome rental in Chesapeake is great because of the area’s natural charm and the amiable community. Finding a spot to park your RV is relatively easy around here so let’s start with Chesapeake Campground. This spot provides a variety of leisurely activities and sports. With a local camp store, swimming pool, and location by the highway, this can be a convenient spot to stay. If you really want to dive into nature, you can reserve a spot at Northwest River Park. You lose out on the typical RV amenities, but the rustic atmosphere makes it well worth it.

You could also get closer to the beach and try out Ocean Pines RV Park in Virginia Beach. This spot will give you a great selection of activities, as well as dining and amenities. Multiple golf courses are close by and you can visit Lynnhaven Mall a couple miles away.

Another option is Little Creek RV Park, a smaller park that also has full RV hookups. You can also find this spot in Virginia Beach and its location is right off the highway, also known as Shore Drive.

Explore the City

As great as the natural aspects of Chesapeake are, the attractions of the city are equally worth checking out. While there are many options for eating, Chesapeake also has plenty of fun things to check out. If you are looking for the icy chill of the mountains but don’t want to dive all in, stop by Chilled Ponds Ice Sports Complex for some of the best skating in the whole region.

Battlefield Park is a beautiful place to relax and catch up on some of the history of the area. A visit to Chesapeake Planetarium is sure to astound. Fun Forest is an excellent place for the whole family to enjoy themselves. Then, drive over to Hickory Ridge Farm and taste some of the local food flavors. Renting an RV in Chesapeake is a great way to get the most out of a vacation in Virginia.

RV Rentals in Chesapeake, VA

Chesapeake, VA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Chesapeake. Outdoorsy's Chesapeake RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Chesapeake are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and Manassas National Battlefield Park.

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What's around Chesapeake, VA

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Beaver Lake Trail Chesterfield Virginia
Mariners' Museum Park Trails Newport News Virginia
Cape Henry Trail Virginia Beach Virginia
Belle Isle Trail Richmond Virginia
Pocahontas State Park Trail Chesterfield Virginia
James River North Bank and Buttermilk Loop Trail Richmond Virginia
A and C Trails Williamsburg Virginia
Indian River Park Trail Chesapeake Virginia
Backbone Trail Williamsburg Virginia
Poor Farm Park Trails Ashland Virginia

Nearby Campgrounds

Sandbridge Beach

attraction Virginia Beach, VA
You'll find 5 miles of beautiful shoreline, where you can fish on the beach close to the pier or on the bay. You can surf, take in the sun, enjoy fresh seafood, Italian, Chinese, and have some frozen yogurt or ice-cream. Only 3 miles from the beach is the Hell?s point golf course.

Newport News Park Campground

campground Newport News, VA
Newport News Park Campground in Newport News, Virginia, is definitely one of the largest municipal parks east of the Mississippi, and is home to a large variety of native wildlife from deer to foxes, otters, raccoons, and beaver. The park consists of over 7,000 acres of woodlands, meadows, and lakes - all of which make this beautiful piece of real estate a prime area for camping and enjoying all that nature has to offer. Added to this natural bounty is the fact that the RV park is within easy reach of nearby attractions and activities. The campground consists of 188 sites and, although there are no pull throughs, the paved sites do have 30 and 50 amp electrical hookups, plus water and picnic tables. The park also has hot showers, flush toilets, a laundry, 24 hour security, a store for camping supplies, is pet and family friendly, and has a boat ramp for water users. The park also has many hiking and biking trails.

The Colonies RV and Travel Park

campground Portsmouth, VA
Travelers know what other travelers want and if you are looking for an exceptional camping experience at an affordable price, check out The Colonies RV and Travel Park in Portsmouth, Virginia. This park is owned and operated by a couple who spent much of their lives traveling the country in an RV and make it their goal to share a remarkable vacation destination with guests of all ages. The Colonial RV and Travel Park makes camping an educational experience. You can learn about the history of the original Colonies while you are there and take in all of the historical sights. They offer full service RV hookups, a camp store loaded with goodies, and easy access to the water ways of the area. This campground is surrounded by water on three sides so you can fish, swim, or take your boat out. The staff welcome guests with open arms and will do what they can to make your stay perfect.

Living Museum

attraction Newport News, VA
The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, Virginia, is a unique collection of natural wonders of the region that's not to be missed. Originally opened in 1966 as the Junior Nature Museum and Planetarium, the facility has expanded over the years to what it is today, and has been renamed the Virginia Living Museum. The first living museum east of the Mississippi, it combines the elements of a native wildlife park, a science museum, aquarium, botanical preserve and planetarium, and is a leader in its use of native wildlife to present a message of knowledge, awareness and pure appreciation of the living world around us. A visit to the museum is an encounter with more habitats, wildlife and plant species than would otherwise be encountered in a lifetime of outdoor adventures in Virginia. The exhibits showcase all of the state?s regions from the upland coves of the Appalachian Mountains to the caves, swamps and fossil banks of Virginia, and feature over 240 different animal species.

Indian Cove Resort

campground Virginia Beach, VA
Kick back and relax, the grounds are clean well and kept. After a day of fishing or wildlife viewing, enjoy a dip in one of the 3 pools, there?s an off-leash fenced area. Close to great shopping and beaches, such as the Sandbridge Beach. Easy access in any size RV rental.

Outdoor Resorts Virginia Beach

campground Virginia Beach, VA
You'll hear the sounds of the Atlantic Ocean, which just happens to be across the street. This friendly RV resort offers luxuries such as a sauna, fitness room, tennis court and basketball court. Nearby attractions include many pristine beaches and state parks, the Atlantic Fun Park, Busch Gardens, and so many more attractions that you'll want to extend your stay. Fun family RV rental destination.

Virginia Aquarium

attraction Virginia Beach, VA
Known as one of the best aquariums in the country, at the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center you can experience hands-on exhibits, nature trails and marshlands. The aquarium is comprised of two main exhibits the Bay and Ocean Pavilion and the Marsh Pavilion. The two are connected by a one-third mile nature trail running close to the Owls Creek Salt Marsh. There are more than 12,000 animals representing over 700 species. Check out the Adventure Park, where you can zip line and be within the canopies above the Owls Creek forests, and much more.

First Landing State Park

attraction Virginia Beach, VA
A national natural and historic landmark, Firstlanding, as its name implies was were the English colonialist first landed in 1607. Many have traversed its waters such as the settlers, Native Americans, Blackbeard and other pirates, and the Union and Confederate army during the Civil War. The park is found within urban Virginia Beach and it has 20 miles of trail and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay beach shore. Within the trails you'll find many unique habitats such as the bald cypress swamps, maritime forests and lagoons. Try your hand at swimming (at your own risk since there are no lifeguards!), fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay. If you want a break from the water hit the trails, where you'll find breathtaking views, you can take a guided tour, or get your heart rate going as you bike, jog or walk. Take a picnic near your RV rental site, and enjoy the views.

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Recommendations for Chesapeake, VA from Outdoorsy Owners

We spent a week here with our 6 kids and we had a blast. They had 4 pools and a very family friendly environment.

Aug 26, 2019

awesome trails, kayaking canals and museum/ gift shop on site

Jun 26, 2019

Great place to spend the weekend or vacation in Virginia Beach all the amenities and activities daily!

Sep 28, 2018

Great camping spot right on the beach tons of outdoor activities, things to do, and close to oceanfront !

Sep 28, 2018

Great beach campground convenient to Virginia Beach. State Parks are the cleanest!

Aug 19, 2018

Close proximity to boardwalk, oceanfront and dining. Special Events all summer at the Oceanfront

Jul 25, 2018

Water acces with a very calm beach and boat launch available. State not Park

Jul 25, 2018

Great destination with lots to do, and many campgrounds in the area.

Dog-friendly Cheap Fishing Kid-friendly Historic Sightseeing Good weather Overnight
Dec 31, 2017