One of the perks to living on the East Coast is gorgeous sunrises. As the weather gets warmer, you have the opportunity to go watch the sunrise (without freezing). But, where can you catch some of the best sunrises in Virginia Beach? We have our top 6 ready to inspire you on this lovely Monday Morning.
SPOT ONE | Little Island Park
“Little Island Park is a 122-acre beach park in Sandbridge, just north of Back Bay Wildlife Refuge. The park has a 775-foot beach north of the 400-foot fishing pier for surfing and a 2,000-foot beach for swimming and fishing south of the pier. Back Bay, a brackish lake, provides excellent fishing and crabbing along the western border of this unique park.” overall source
SPOT TWO | Neptune’s Park
“He stands 26 feet tall, sun reflecting off his frame, wave-inspired curls cast in bronze. He is the son of Saturn, Lord of the Sea. He is King Neptune, and with a majestic presence only he can muster, he presides over Virginia Beach’s newest oceanfront park. Located at 31st and Atlantic, Neptune’s Park is the third venue of its kind along the resort strip.” overall source
SPOT THREE | Rock Jetty at Rudee Inlet
“At the south end of the Oceanfront, the Rudee Inlet is the go-to hub for fishing charters, jet skiing, parasailing and waterside dining.” info + photo source Brian Knight
SPOT FOUR | Mount Trashmore Park
“Mount Trashmore Park, also known simply as Mount Trashmore, is a city park located in Virginia Beach, Virginia which opened in 1974, Mount Trashmore is an example of landfill reuse, as its creation consisted of the conversion of an abandoned landfill into a park.” photo source
STOP FIVE | False Cape State Park
“Featuring over six miles of unspoiled beaches in an ocean-to-freshwater bay habitat and 15.3 miles of trails, False Cape State Park is one of our favorite spots to explore for a unique glimpse into our seaside environment. With dunes, woodlands, farm fields, salt marshes and more, this coastal landscape is unmatched.” info source | photo source
SPOT SIX | Red Wing Park
“Red Wing Park, a 97-acre park located off of General Booth Blvd, is known for its beautiful gardens and annual Cherry Blossom Festival.The Red Wing Park property was acquired by the county in 1879 and was formerly known as the “Old City Poor Farm.” It was developed into a park by the City in 1966 and is now home to many gardens, including the Reba S. McClanan Fragrance Garden, established through the joint efforts of Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation and the Council of Garden Clubs of Virginia Beach, and the Miyazaki Japanese Garden.” Just picture those cherry blossoms at sunrise in the Spring… there are not many photos in existence of this spot at sunrise, you could be one of the first. overall source
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Which sunrise spot would you want to live near?