The Kiptopeke State Park Concrete Fleet is a group of nine concrete ships that were sunk in 1948 to create a breakwater for the Little Creek-Cape Charles Ferry terminal. The ships were built during World War II as part of a fleet of 24 concrete ships that were used to transport troops and supplies
3540 Kiptopeke Dr
The Cape Charles Museum is a great place to learn about the history of this charming coastal town. Exhibits include: The Cape Charles Railroad: The story of the town's founding as a railroad terminus in 1886. The Civil War in Cape Charles: The town's role in the Civil War, including its occupation by Union troops. Cape Charles as a Resort Town: This story of the town's development as a popular resort destination in the early 20th century. African American Heritage in Cape Charles: Explores the history of African Americans in Cape Charles, from their arrival in the 18th century to the present day.
814 Randolph Ave
The refuge was established in 1984 to protect and manage important habitat for migratory birds and other wildlife. The refuge is home to a variety of habitats, including woodlands, shrublands, grasslands, saltmarsh, beach, and both fresh and brackish ponds. These habitats provide food and shelter for a variety of wildlife, including over 400 species of birds, 34 mammal species, and 13 reptile species.The refuge offers a variety of activities, including hiking, birdwatching, wildlife photography, and fishing.
32205 Seaside Rd