This is a beautiful golf course that is well maintained and staffed. There are trees and water that can reek havoc on the unprepared golfer. The prices are decent and it is worth a try.
A few years back this used to be TPC Virginia beach. The course itself was well maintained and offered quite the challenge for beginner to medium skilled players.
This is a nice, well-maintained golf course. It offers a medium challenge for the beginner golfer and has a driving range to hone your skills. Make sure to reserve a tee time.
Pinecrest golf club is a great, semi-private course par 55 course. If you are looking for a challenge for your short game, this is the place for you.
I grew up playing this course with my friends during the summers. It has been a while since I played here but now days I think it would be a good place to bring the kids. Not to crowded and they could get the feel for the game.
Mangrove Bay is a great par 72 golf course. It offers just enough of a challenge for the average golfer while still being fun to play for the beginner. The staff is very friendly and the prices are about average.
PJ's oyster bar is a great local spot to grab some lunch. They have a blackened grouper sandwich that is out of this world. Get there early on the weekends or you wont get a seat.
Arigato's Steak House is a great and unique Japanese restaurant. Depending on you party size you might be placed at the same cook top table with another party but its all good. The cooks keep it lively and fun while preparing your meals. The prices are decent and the food is great.
The Frog Pond is a great place to go for breakfast. They have a great menu at a reasonable price. The staff is friendly and you can walk across the street to get to the beach once you are done.
This is a very nice winery with some extremely friendly and knowledgeable people. The inside is smaller than some of the more well known places but we really enjoyed the homey feel it had. The owner even came out and spent some time with us as we tasted. The wine is great and for me, it was the Merlot.