Virginia Beach is VERY RV and camping friendly! It is by far the cheapest way to stay in Virginia Beach.
Seashore State Park is located just inside the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay to the north. The camping sites there will accommodate tents, small pop-up campers, RVs and they even have cabins to stay in. You will easily be able to walk to the beach on the Chesapeake Bay.
Additionally, there are several larger privately owned parks just south of the resort area that can accommodate hundreds of campers of all sizes.
You will need to click on an individual campground below to find out specific details.
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Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There are no additional pet fees. Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after. Dogs are not allowed to be in an outside pen unattended. There is a dog walk area at the campground.
With more than 19 miles of hiking trails winding through the natural area, guided kayak ecological tours allow exploration of the marshes and bays, and the visistor center exhibits, you and your best friend are sure to take advantage of the daylight in this natural State Park.
Give us a call to learn about all of our camping options for you and your pet. 757-426-6241
A major recreation destination, this campground has almost 1000 sites, 3 camp stores and dump stations, modern restrooms and laundry facilities, WiFi, playing fields/courts, 6 playgrounds, mini-golf, and a fenced dog park. Quiet, well mannered dogs are allowed for no additional fee. They may not be left unattended outside, and they must be leashed and cleaned up after at all times. Dogs are not allowed in buildings, pool areas, or in cabin vicinities. There are some breed restrictions. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.