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559 Summer Camps in Virginia, United States (VA)

559 Summer Camps in for "Virginia, United States (VA)"

With idyllic beaches and peaceful wildlife preserves, Virginia is full of historic landmarks. Discover the expansive outdoors, hop to some top-tier museums, or learn about the state's colorful history in its cities.

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With idyllic beaches and peaceful wildlife preserves, Virginia is full of historic landmarks. Discover the expansive outdoors, hop to some top-tier museums, or learn about the state's colorful history in its cities.

Immerse yourself in the unfettered beauty of the Shenandoah Valley, which rolls through the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountain ranges. Hike or camp throughout the area for wonderful countryside views complete with rugged mountain peaks and farmland. If your family is looking for a swimming getaway, head over to Assateague Island National Seashore, which boasts a beach filled with wilderness, lush pine forests, and marshes. Kids will love to snap pictures of wild animals such as white tailed deer, snow geese, and the island’s famous wild ponies.

Rocket off to The Virginia Air and Space Center, which outlines the history of the astronauts and the American space program. Your kids will enjoy learning about far away galaxies and pretend they're astronauts in the exploratory exhibitions. If you have a sailing enthusiast in the family, the Mariner’s Museum in Newport is a great place to check out ship models, figureheads, and small crafts for viewing. Visit the town of Norfolk, where your family can smell the fresh sea air and walk around the naval base. With other experiences like the Frontier Culture Museum, the historic lifestyle of early immigrant pioneers will fascinate children of all ages.

Explore Virginia's vibrant cities, where both history and fun come together. Kids interested in arts and crafts will adore visiting Alexandria, which hosts the Torpedo Factory with some of the region’s well-known potters, jewelers, weavers, and photographers. The famous Arlington National Cemetery is the resting spot for John F. Kennedy and the Unknown Soldier, and isn't a far drive from Alexandria. Monumental battlefields located in Fredericksburg, Chancelorsville, and Manassas will give your little ones an opportunity to see what the era was like. Check out Robert E. Lee's untouched office in the Shenandoah area, which is sure to impress. Whether you want to stop by Lexington to go horseback riding or just walk around the streets of colonial Williamsburg, Virginia is steeped in a compelling amount of history for any child's curiosity.

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