Kiptopeake State Park
Kiptopeake State Park is a popular destination for beach-goers on Virginia's Eastern Shore. The park is located on the lower portion of the Eatern Shore peninsula, three miles north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and ten miles south of Cape Charles, VA.
The park has a nice sandy beach, a fishing pier, lodges, and camping areas for tents and RVs. There are five six-bedroom lodges, seven RVs, and a yurt (kind of a cross between a tent and a cabin) available for rent.
The fishing is good at Kiptopeake. There's an artificial reef off-shore made of partially-sunken concrete ships (yes, they made ships out of concrete during WWII - see some photos of the Kiptopeake ships).
Kiptopeake is located on the Eastern migratory flyway and lots of birds stop in this area to rest and fuel-up before making the trip across the Bay. There's a bird-banding station here from mid-August to late November.
Featured Kiptopeake Vacation Rentals
Vacation home on Kiptopeake Drive - Located right outside of Kiptopeake State Park. Three bedrooms, two full baths. Sleeps six. Minutes from the beach at Kiptopeake. About 6 miles south of the town of Cape Charles.
Beachfront Home near Kiptopeake - This five bedroom, 3.5 bath house sits on a high bluff with great views of the Chesapeake Bay. Sandy beach access. Large home with plenty of room with guests - sleeps 12. Located only about a mile from Kiptopeake State Park.
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