Touring Options

We are offering several options for tours:

-Virtual via FaceTime or Zoom
-Virtual via emailed videos. You can also check out the video/photos our website has to offer.
-Self-Guided
-Guided*

* Please note, if you prefer a guided tour over a virtual or self-guided tour, there are a few policies we have set in place for everyone’s protection:

-No more than 4 people in your group to tour
-Masks are required through the duration of your visit (ages 10+), we ask that you provide your own



Call 757-471-2004 Monday-Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM to schedule your tour! 

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Explore These Beautiful Nature Reserves in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach attracts visitors from around the world with its gorgeous beaches and natural areas. To get in on the action, here are three of the best state parks and nature reserves that are just a short drive from our apartments in Virginia Beach.

False Cape State Park

Located deep in the Outer Banks, False Cape State Park is isolated far from the bustling city. There are over 15 miles of trails here which you can hike to get stunning views of the Back Bay to the west or the Atlantic to the east. Those sights might entice you to get even closer to the water, where you can swim, fish, and boat. If one day isn't enough to experience everything this park has to offer, consider setting up camp or renting a lodge. 

First Landing State Park

First Landing State Park is located on the Northern tip of Virginia Beach and is only a short trip away from downtown. But that doesn't make the nature here any less breathtaking. Plenty of Virginia Beach's most famous hiking spots are in this park, like the Bald Cypress and Osprey trails, and that's for good reason. These trails will have you overlooking the marshes that Virginia is known for, plus all the wildlife that comes with it. Once you're done hiking, you can walk to the nearby Chesapeake Bay Beach to unwind. 

Pleasure House Point Natural Area

With 118 acres of undisturbed nature, Pleasure House Point Natural Area will keep you coming back for more. Here, you can picnic by Pleasure House Creek, hike past a maritime forest, or simply breathe in the awe of one of the wide-open plains. Pleasure House is also the perfect place for people who want to learn more about the environment and ecology. The Brock Environmental Center, which operates from one of the most eco-friendly buildings in the world, is set up here. Stop by before a hike for one of their frequent tours. 

After spending a day at one of these nature reserves, check out these juice and smoothie shops. For even more local suggestions and lifestyle tips, visit our blog. If you'd like to join our Virginia Beach apartments near Tidewater Community College, please contact us to set up a virtual tour. 

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