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Tula Adventure Sports - Tula Adventure Sports offers wakeboarding and waterskiing lessons as well as tube rides in Virginia Beach. You can get the whole family out on a mastercraft ski boat and get some excersize in while getting a chance to see the waters of the Lynnhaven Bay and Broad Bay. Tula Sports also offers stand up paddleboard (SUP) lessons, tours and sales. Enjoy a relaxing paddle on the flat waters of Broad Bay and experience the beauty of First Landing State Park coastline or track dolphins along the Chesapeake Bay. Stand up paddling is easy. No experience is necessary and standing up allows for an improved perspective of the water and surroundings than sitting in a kayak, although kayaks are available for tours and rentals.
Mount Trashmore - If you’ve had all the sand you can stand, you might like Mt. Trashmore for a change. Why is it called Trashmore? Take a guess. That’s right. It’s built from a landfill of garbage and dirt. You’d never know it to look at it. It’s the perfect place for flying a kite. There are picnic shelters, walking trails, 2 lakes for fishing, a skateboard park fit for inline skaters and BMX bikes as well as skateboards. Kids Cove is a fort and playground, handicapped accessible.
Norfolk Tides - A quick 20-30 minute trip West on 264 will take you to the beautiful Triple A ballpark for the Baltimore Orioles (formerly the farm team for New York Mets). The water view in right field gives a picturesque setting (but it can also make for a chilly night with the wind blowing in!) It's a great family event, complete with on the field antics by Rip Tide and chances to catch t-shirts thrown into the stands. Fireworks nights are always popular.
Back Bay Wildlife Refuge - When the fast pace of resort living is about to close in, escape to Back Bay. Here is where you can find peace among Loggerhead turtles, Snow and Canada Geese, Bald Eagles, Piping Plovers, Peregrine Falcons. Here is a place for hiking, biking, canoeing, and fishing.
Back Bay Getaways - Rent a Sea-Doo, bikes and kayaks or sign up for a guided tour by bike or kayak.
Surf and Adventure Company - Surfboard sales and rentals, surf lessons and surf camps; kayak tours and rentals; bike tours and beach cruiser rentals. They also do dolphin cruises and sunrise or sunset cruises by kayak.
Resort Sports - Rental items include surf, skim and body boards, bikes, surreys, trikes, strollers, baby joggers, multiple beach games, beach volleyball, etc. Electronic rentals include gameboys, IPODs, DVD players, walkie talkies and laptops.
Cherie's Bike & Blade Rentals - 7 locations along the Boardwalk for bikes and rollerblades rentals
Rock Gym - A rock wall, rappel tower, and boulders will test your skills at rock climbing. Reduced rates are sometimes available for college students, military, and families.
Motor World - In addition to 250 go-karts, you'll find a climbing wall, Skycoaster, bumper boats, mini-golf, kiddie rides, arcade games, and paintball.
Parasail and Jet Ski - At Rudee's Inlet you can rent jet skis or go parasailing.
Lynnhaven Dive Center - Take snorkeling or scuba lessons, and charter a diving trip to see the "graveyard of the Atlantic."
Segway Tours - Tour First Landing State Park on a Segway PT.
Miniature Golf - There are many miniature golf spots at the Beach. One popular spot is Jungle Golf that has both golf and a game room filled with pool tables, pinball, and video games. The other popular mini golf is Pirate's Paradise Miniature Golf which offers an 18-hole mini golf experience with a pirate theme plus a snack bar with hotdogs and funnel cakes.
Pick Your Own - Virginia Beach has strong rural roots. Today many farmers still offer pick your own grapes, strawberries, blueberries. The Pungo Strawberry Festival during Memorial Day is a major event for the town with only one traffic light with an understandable-but-worthwhile traffic snarl.
Virginia Destroyers: The Virginia Destroyers Football team begins its first season of play in the United Football League in early August 2011. Home games will be played at the Virginia Beach SportsPlex located at 2181 Landstown Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia. There are five teams in the UFL. The other teams entering the third UFL season in 2011 are the Omaha Nighthawks, Las Vegas Locos, Hartford Colonials and Sacramento Mountain Lions.
Norfolk Admirals Minor league professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League, and affiliate of the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Admirals play in Norfolk, Virginia, at the Norfolk Scope.