Area Attractions

On the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and nestled next to the sparkling waters of the Chesapeake Bay, you'll love the surrounding area of Cape Charles, Virginia.  

Nature lovers can take the opportunity to visit Kiptopeke State Park at the National Wildlife Refuge to enjoy some hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and bird watching.

Up for a splash? Maui Jack's Waterpark is just a hop, skip and a jump away for a family fun day in the sun.

If a leisurely stroll is more your speed, check out downtown Cape Charles for a taste of history and local eastern shore inspired art.  

No matter which direction you head, you'll find fun, entertainment and relaxation to fit your fancy.

Maui Jack's Waterpark
Nature activities
Virginia Beach, Virgina
Golfing
Cape Charles

Maui Jack's Waterpark

Ready to slip, slide, and splash with Maui Jack? A little over an hour away from Sunset Beach Resort. Plan your visit to Chincoteague Island's own version of a Hawaiian surfing adventure. Our brand new waterpark offers tons of family fun.


Historic Palace Theatre

The theatre features a full season of arts entertainment, engaging performing artists of local and international renown. The Richmond Ballet, the Dance Theatre of Harlem, and Masters of Mexican music are among the performers on the stage.


Cape Charles

Cape Charles is a beautiful historic town on the Chesapeake Bay that thrives as both a local residential community and a destination for vacationers. The historic downtown boasts several wonderful dining options and great shopping, and there is a public beach within walking distance.


Lemon Tree Gallery & Studio

Much of the art in Lemon Tree is inspired by the natural beauty of the Eastern Shore, a peninsula surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, a place rich in wildlife and rural farming, fishing, and Native American culture.


Virginia Oyster Trail

The noted “Oyster Capital of the East Coast,” Virginia boasts eight regions that each produce oysters with distinct flavors based on the water in which they're raised. The Virginia Oyster Trail, a self-guided program, invites visitors to experience each of those regions at their own pace. A regional map details the Chesapeake Bay's many attractions that pay homage to the Virginia Oyster — from the “agri-artisan” businesses such as wineries, breweries and distilleries that offer local oyster pairings, and locally-owned restaurants that creatively infuse oysters into their menu offerings; to historic sites, museums, festivals and other events that celebrate the area's history and provide educational materials; to craft and fine art studios whose artisans create collectibles unique to the Eastern Shore.


Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach, a coastal resort city in southeastern Virginia, is situated at the meeting point of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. A 3-mile boardwalk stretches along the picturesque beach, and there are several local state parks that cover over 4,000 acres. The city is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the longest pleasure beach in the world. The city also boasts the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center and the Virginia Beach Amphitheater that features a wide variety of popular shows and concerts. Try a new water sport such as fishing, kayaking, dolphin and whale watching, flyboarding and wakeboarding that will feed your adrenaline! For the land lovers, there's shopping, museums, go karts, amusement parks, festivals and live music! In addition, there are eleven golf courses open to the public in the city, as well as four country club courses.