Parks, Beaches & Trails

After you've explored Williamsburg's history attractions, check out its scenic beauty on hiking trails, in parks and along the Yorktown waterfront.

Scenic rides. Historic paths. Family fun.

With trails and parks in the Williamsburg area taking you along the James and York rivers, or through the woods, you won’t want to miss out on amazing hiking and biking experiences. New Quarter Park offers mountain biking and hiking along the York River, while the Greensprings Greenway Interpretive Trail takes you back into the woods of Williamsburg.

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Fishing

This reservoir, provided and operated jointly by Newport News, James City County, and the Division of Game and Inland Fisheries, is open to the general...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Tennis

Quarterpath Park is located at 202 Quarterpath Road, off Route 60 East. This 23-acre park provides a wide variety of both active and passive recreation....

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Fishing
Parks, Trails & Waterways

Yorktown's fishing pier is open year-round, is free to the public, and is wheelchair accessible. Whether you're a local or visiting from out of state-you...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Specialty Shops
Restaurants

Nestled beside the York River sits one of Virginia's best kept secrets. Yorktown is known for its history--but you'll also find amazing food, specialty shops,...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Tennis
Sports Venues & Complexes

Back Creek Park is York County's hub for tennis activities, including tournaments. You'll find six illuminated courts for those long three setters, a practice wall to...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Sports Venues & Complexes

Boasting 70 acres, the McReynolds Athletic Complex is York County's premier facility and hosts tournaments for an array of sports including baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and...

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