Established in 1938, this 8,000-acre fresh water refuge borders the Atlantic Ocean on the east and Back Bay on the west. The barrier islands feature large sand dunes, maritime forests, fresh water marshes, ponds, ocean beach, and large impoundments for wintering wildfowl. These tranquil habitats can be accessed by marsh trails, bikes, a boardwalk overlook, and the beach itself. Back Bay is located approximately 18 miles south of the resort area. Back Bay Tram Tours run from April 1st and continue through October 31st. Please contact us for further information.
Area: Sandbridge / Pungo
Address: 4005 Sandpiper RoadVirginia Beach, VA 23456
Francis Land House Historic Site
Christian Broadcasting Network
Adam Thoroughgood House
Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum
Celebrate all summer long with oceanfront fireworks!
The trail to high-flying fun follows the treetops.
All the thrills without having to leap out of a plane.
Beach lovers unite for a week of surf, skate & swimsuit competitions, live music & more.
Grab some sun and suds at a local craft brewery.
See Why Life's Just Better at the Beach
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Go behind the scenes with seals, sea turtles and sharks for a life experience like no other.
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