Spring Break Activities 2014

Back by popular demand, here are some additional spring break activities for both kids and adults this year:

Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark

Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark – Just a short drive to Williamsburg, VA this 84-degree indoor water park is massive facility that can help splash the day away.  Water-packed excitement includes fun for all ages…from kiddie pools to jaw-dropping slides.

Newport News Park – Newport News park offers camping grounds, picnic shelters, hiking/biking/jogging trails, a disk golf course, anarchery range, an aeromodel flying field, a discovery center,  boating, fishing, and special events.

Geocaching – GPS required!  Geocaching can be found anywhere and everywhere.  A perfect activity to keep active and ensue teamwork!

Fort Fun

YMCA – As family-oriented community outreach center, the YMCA offers multiple locations across Hampton Roads for children/family activities, day camps, sports, programs, and more.

Fort Fun – One of the largest playgrounds in Newport News, this 14,000 square foot park is located in Huntington Park over by the James River.

The Boardwalk at Virginia Beach – A popular attraction for visitors and locals, this 3 mile boardwalk has something for everyone. Situated off the ocean, the Virginia Beach boardwalk is surrounded by beach, hotels, restaurants, museums, historical sites, live entertainment stages, a fishing pier, an amusement park, a video arcade, and more!  Handicap accessible.

Virginia Zoo in Norfolk

Virginia Zoo in Norfolk – Plan your visit to meet the animals.  The Virginia Zoo is home to 400 animals, on 53 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.  And don’t miss their new arrivals, including Kellen, a baby giraffe born June 6th!

Jamestown Settlement – Take a journey back in time to visit the world of America’s first permanent English colony, founded in 1607.  Both indoor and outdoor activities available.  General admission $16 for adults (13+), $7.50 for ages 6-12, free to those 6 and under.

For more spring break ideas, check out last year’s post Spring Break Activities in Hampton Roads with suggestions such as Rebounderz, Bluebird Gap Farm, Busch Gardens, and so much more!


Hampton Roads Real-e-statement is written by Alyssa Godwin, a Realtor with Liz Moore and Associates. For questions regarding buying or selling contact Alyssa at 757-329-6161 or alyssagodwin@lizmoore.com. You can also find Alyssa on Facebook or on the web at www.lizmoore.com/alyssagodwin.