Fall Is The Perfect Time to Visit Virginia Beach
Don’t kiss summer goodbye just yet – Virginia Beach is exactly where you want to be this fall. The weather is like no other – warn sunny days followed by crisp, cool evenings and the chance of rain is always exceptionally low. It’s the perfect recipe for a vacation agenda filled with less-crowded beach days and outdoor relaxation.
The NOAA reports that only 5 to 6 days of rain are expected each month with September’s high/low (°F) average at 80°/65° and October’s at 71°/54. Ocean water this time of year also sits on an average of 72°, making it the perfect temperature for taking a dip or taking part in a water sport like paddleboarding, jet skiing or surfing.
Virginia Beach is also unique in the sense that you can spend the day catching rays and having fun in the sun, but then cozy up for a cool evening by a bonfire. There are also plenty of other places to enjoy the outdoors, like First Landing State Park, West Neck Creek Natural Area and Pleasure House Natural Area.
There are tons of hotel options just steps away from the beach that are surrounded by numerous local eateries with outdoor dining and stellar views. Nestle your toes in the sand of our clean, wide-open beached and trust us, you’ll never want to leave!