Virginia, also known as the Old Dominion State, has a multitude of things for people of all ages to enjoy. From golfing, amusement parks, and spas, to biking, hiking, water sports, and museums, your options are unbounded when you visit Virginia. Your travels to Virginia - be they business or vacation - should take you to all the great cities that the Old Dominion State has to offer, like Abingdon, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Norfolk, Richmond, Staunton, Tazewell, and so many more.
The state of Virginia is all about the outdoors, and there are 35 incredible state parks that are all worth visiting! VA's state parks have campsites, hundreds of cabins, more than 500 miles of trails and convenient access to Virginia's major waterways. Beaches, picnic shelters, family lodges, meeting facilities, festivals, concerts, nature programs, and cultural events make Virginia's state parks one of a kind. Some favorites are the Claytor Lake State Park in Dublin, the First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach, and the Occoneechee State Park in Clarksville.
Other great Virginia attractions include: the Museum of Edgar Allan Poe, the Potomac Overlook Regional Park Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia Wine Country, Blue Ridge Parkway/Skyline Drive, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, George Washington's Mount Vernon, Alexandria's Old Town, Arlington National Cemetery (contains the grave sites of President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert F. Kennedy), Wolf Trap, Virginia Beach, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, the Chrysler Museum, Chesapeake Bay Bridge & Tunnel, Cape Henry Lighthouse, Capitol Square, Market Square, Peyton Randolph House, Canal Walk, and the list goes on....