More About Sandbridge
Like a place you've always known... enjoy this quiet, coastal village called Sandbridge.
Roll down the car windows, breathe in the salt air...you're almost there! Sandbridge welcomes you with open arms, ready to share the secrets most vacationers would like to keep to themselves. Once settled in your comfortable beach house, you'll feel right at home in this family-friendly, cozy community.
During your Sandbridge stay, feel free to be anything; a beach bum, sandcastle builder, beachcomber, fisherman, surfer, swimmer, dreamer, or Stargazer. The possibilities are as endless as the sea and sky. Your mind will shift gears drifting into a rhythm free of schedules.
Whether you plan on doing nothing or doing it all, you've come to the right place. While tucked away from the hustle and bustle, you're only minutes from exciting attractions, shopping, dining and the Virginia Beach oceanfront. Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge is a nearby neighbor worth visiting. So is the Atlantic Ocean whose shimmering waves lap at Sandbridge's secluded five-mile shore.
Unpretentious and uncrowded, Sandbridge is a great vacation getaway. Many families make it a tradition, returning year after year. Come, let the charm of this coastal village - a slower, simpler way of life - work its magic on you.
Things To Do
Sandbridge serves up an ocean of activities - take your pick! You can canoe or kayak, go boating, sailing, water-skiing or jet skiing, bike, hike or rollerblade. Head for the ocean to surf, swim, bodyboard, or get a volleyball game going on the beach.
Hooked on fishing? Cast your line in the surf or off Little Island Park's fishing pier, open 5:30 am - 11 pm daily. If you prefer calmer waters, head for Back Bay.
Set for tennis? Little Island Park offers two free public courts which are lighted 'til 10 pm nightly; also, a number of rentals include tennis courts.
If you're a golfer, welcome to heaven. Three great courses are close by: Hell's Point, just five minutes away; Heron Ridge; and Virginia Beach National
Little Island Park is a great family spot with the largest public beach in Sandbridge and is lifeguarded in season. There's also a playground for the kids, fishing pier, covered picnic area, basketball and lighted tennis courts, bath houses and lots of parking. Here, you can catch a tram to tour Back Bay National Wildlife Park.
There's also a lifeguarded beach at 2500 Sandfiddler Road. It is located across from public parking and a bath house.
Ready to explore some more? Virginia Beach is 20 minutes away, or Norfolk, about a 45 minute drive.