Outdoor Activities in Williamsburg, Va.

Fish. Hike. Golf. Explore the Great Outdoors.

Get Out and Get Active

Venture outside to enjoy some fresh air and incredible scenery – it’s the perfect way to experience Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. Run down Duke of Gloucester Street, ride your bike on the scenic Colonial Parkway, see York River State Park via horseback and hike miles of fabulous trails. On the water, kayak around Historic Jamestowne, take a boat tour or sailing excursion, or simply go fishing or swimming. Hit the greens on one of more than a dozen golf courses, see wildlife, or take an outdoor tour for action-packed adventures like ziplining or riding Segways

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Canoeing & Kayaking
Boating
Biking

James City County Marina is your destination for bike, kayak, canoe and standup paddleboard rentals. Bike or paddle areas where America's founders once traveled; from...

RV Sites
Campgrounds
Camping

Visit American Heritage, Williamsburg's highest-rated RV park! Our park is located just eight miles from Historic Williamsburg and features 70 acres of beautiful meadows and...

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
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...

RV Sites
Campgrounds
Camping

"Celebrating 63 Years & Millions of Memories!"

Anvil Campground is Williamsburg's only campground with shuttle service to all the local attractions, restaurants and shopping! We are also...

Tours
Horseback Riding

Lakewood Trails offers guided horseback trail rides. Enjoy a relaxing ride through the woods and around our private lake. Great outdoor family activity. No experience...

Parks, Beaches & Trails
Biking
Hiking

Rich in history, this park preserves one of the first free black settlements in America (1803), the Revolutionary War Battle of Spencer's Ordinary (1781) and a 17th...

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