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The Assateague lighthouse in a 142 ft. tall lighthouse located on the southern end of Assateague island on Virginia's Eastern Shore, it was finished in 1802 and was painted in alternating bands of red and white. The lighthouse is located within the boundary's of the Chincoteague National Wildlife...
Many people start their tour of Colonial Williamsburg at the wonderful and interactive Visitor Center, or if you are more adventurous, like myself and already have a background in history, try driving directly into Historic Williamsburg and do some exploring on your own. Be prepared for large gro...
Skyline drive is a 105 mile scenic drive that runs the length of Virginia's Shenandoah National Park. The road runs generally along the ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains within the park. The drive is particularly popular in the fall leading to congestion most weekends. Annually over two million p...
Rich in history, the Georgian colonial estate known as Raspberry Plain, since 1731, is set on fifty rolling green acres overlooking the Catoctin Mountains. Brick pathways surrounded by herbs and wildflower gardens nestled between ancient trees, wind through the sun-filtered grounds leading to the...
On Saturday October 11, 2008 the city of VA Beach, Virginia sponsored a skateboarding competition at Mt Trashmore Park. Big airs, board grabs and other raw tricks were on order for this amateur skateboard contest. The skate complex at Mt Trashmore features a competition-sized vert ramp that is a ...