Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge

Lying at the tip of the Delmarva Peninsula, the Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge serves as one of the country’s most valuable stopovers for migratory birds. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay, this 1,127-acre refuge was established in 1984 for migratory birds and endangered species management and for wildlife-dependent recreation including interpretation and education.This area is one of the most important avian migration funnels in North America. Each fall, like colorful clockwork, the refuge is the scene of a spectacular drama as millions of songbirds and monarch butterflies and thousands of raptors converge at the tip of the peninsula on their voyage south.

Nearby Rentals

–  Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge

1 – The Mermaid – Sleeps 10 in Prime Location – 400 feet to the beach – 10 Miles

2 – Bay Dunes – BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED HOME WITH BAY VIEWS AND PRIVATE COMMUNITY BEACH – 5 Miles

3 – The One-Eighty – 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Beach House – 5 Miles

4 – Always Sunny – One Block To The Beach, Sleeps 10 – 10 Miles

5 – Chesapeake Dream – Restored Victorian 1 Block to the Town Beach! – 10 Miles

6 – Pelican Nest-A Great Nest For Couples or Singles. PET FRIENDLY! – 10 Miles

7 – DUNE BRIDGE – Breathtaking Bay Views From Almost Every Room. Front Row Seats at Sunset! – 5 Miles

8 – Pelican Watch – 1.5 Blocks to Beach, Kayak Included PET FRIENDLY – 10 Miles

9 – Life’s A Beach – Room for Everyone – 10 Miles

10 – Park Place – Comfy Condo Close to Beach – 3 Miles

Details

Category: Park And Recreation Area

Address: Cape Charles, Virginia