Virginia Beach is a great destination for a Valentine’s Day weekend getaway. You can pack a picnic lunch and eat it on the waterfront while enjoying the wintertime ocean landscape. Another idea is to have a fancy meal at a one of the local romantic restaurants, which offer delicious food and wonderful ambiance.
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|Regardless of what you choose to do, we recommend a splurge at The Royal Chocolate. It’s the perfect way to end an evening with your spouse. Try the chocolate-covered strawberries or apples with chocolate and caramel coating. The chocolate fondue is very popular as well. You’ll find the shop at 164 Central Park Avenue in Town Center.
Something very special is coming to the city on February 25 — the U.S. Navy Band Concert. The band, along with the Sea Chanters chorus will present Broadway tunes, pop music and patriotic songs, making it a family-friendly performance that delights people of all ages.
Admission is free, but a ticket is required. Showtime is 7 p.m. The location is the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts at 201 Market Street.
Plan a winter camping trip soon. During the day, you can tour attractions and explore the boardwalk; while at night, you’ll be snug as a bug in a rug in your warm, cozy cabin.
Do you live in one of the neighboring cities and towns of Virginia Beach such as Hampton, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Poquoson, Newport News, Portsmouth or Eastern Shore? If so, it’s nice to take a camping trip without having to travel far. If you stay at our campground now through April 1, you’ll get 25 percent off with our Neighbors Discount. For more information on these hot deals, visit our website and book your spot today.
Also, be thinking ahead to the spring, when we offer great discounts. If you stay between February 1 and May 20, you’ll get $15 off per night on RV sites or cabins with Hot Deal CR. An additional discount, Hot Deal C9, involves a $25 savings per night when you book a deluxe cabin between April 1 and May 20.