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Virginia Beaches.

Beach Overview of Virginias Beaches at the Atlantic Coast from the north to the south:

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge:
It’s a relatively long drive  from the U.S. Route 13 to the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. There are lots of mosquitos at the forest at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. The road at the Beach is made of shell fragments. At the wide leveled sandy beach are some shell fragments and some plant fragments. At the time of our visit, there was strange smell at the beach. Restrooms are available at this beach. The entrance fee is $5.- at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge (as at: Mai 2010).














Virginia Beach:
At Virginia Beach there is a wide and white sandy beach along the Atlantic Coast. Close to the hotels, most of the parking lots are for hotel guests only. The other parking lots charge fees (as at: Mai 2009). At the northern end, the beach isn’t overcrowded. Follow Atlantic Avenue (US Route 60) northbound and turn into the direction of Fort Story (military base). At the residential area (next to Fort Story) thwere are a view parking spots at the right side of the road. There are no parking fees (as at: Mai 2009).
















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