Things To Do In Poquoson

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  • Crown Pointe Marina
    Crown Pointe Marina is a 200-slip marina located on the York River in historic Gloucester, Virginia, just minutes from Chesapeake Bay’s scenic waters. Fishing is a popular pursuit here, as striped bass, cobia, and other fish have been caught in the area. A concrete boat ramp ensures smooth transitions from land to water, and staff at the onsite service center and professional shipyard can help fix any problems with your sailboat or powerboat. The marina also sells non-ethanol gas and diesel fuel at low prices. Marina members get access to several amenities, including two swimming pools, a screened-in patio, and complimentary pumpouts. The marina’s experienced crew combines more than 50 years of industry knowledge to ensure happy voyages.
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    9737 Cooks Landing Rd
    Hayes, VA US
  • Virginia Hang Gliding
    From 3,500 feet, you can barely even see the wild horses roaming Chincoteague Island. But when you’re hang gliding alongside an instructor from Virginia Hang Gliding, it doesn’t seem to matter much. What you can see from these towering heights are awe-inspiring views of waves crashing in from both the Atlantic and the Chesapeake Bay while you feel the adrenaline rush of soaring through the air. Clients help maneuver the glider over Virginia’s scenic beaches, far above the other visitors and the hundreds of bottles containing notes about boring islands. The whole time, they rest safe in the knowledge that they’re in the capable hands of one of the experienced pros who ride along.
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    29194 Parkway
    Melfa, VA US
  • Hampton Roads IcePlex
    Ice skaters of all stripes can find a home at Hampton Roads IcePlex. For budding figure skaters, the instructors offer lessons at 10 different levels. Beginners learn basic pivots and spins, and as skaters reach competitive levels, they cover double-axels, Arabian cartwheels, and turning ice into gold. Hockey players can also improve their skills at the complex?instructors lead leagues and workshops, which eschew figure skating's acrobatics and emphasize skating with speed and control. Even toddlers have a place at the rink?kids as young as 4 can take intro lessons that cover fundamentals such as falling safely. And those who want to just skate for fun can lace up rental blades during public skate sessions.
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    401 Village Ave
    Yorktown, VA US
  • Yorktown Stables
    At Yorktown Stables, more than a dozen horses can often be found traipsing down trails that wind through acres of pastures and woods nestled alongside the Poquoson River. Helmed by seasoned equestrian Kristen Paster, the stables' staff teaches aspiring riders to bond with these same steeds during lessons in Western, English, and saddleseat riding. This healthy and diverse stable of horses accommodates riders of all levels, whether they?re children or adults, hobbyists or competitors, or humans or sentient saddles.
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    236 Hansford Ln.
    Seaford, VA US
  • Curves
    With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine maneuvering and your muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
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    477 Wythe Creek Road
    Poquoson, VA US
  • Triple M Ranch
    Sunlight glints off the glassy water of King's Creek, where it dapples the russet and ebony manes of horses with names such as Trooper and Pepsi as they amble across Triple M Ranch's acreage. Six days per week, the gentle steeds await their saddles, bridles, and visitors as the stables' expert guides lead herds on four daily rides whose routes follow the creek and naturally occurring compass groves through nearby woods and pastures. Triple M also hosts horses for field boarding, where they roam the 150-acre farm and graze freely on hay and other grassy treats while befriending fellow stallions and fillies within the borders of a white picket fence.
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    22190 Karen's Lane
    Cape Charles, VA US