Here Is The Most Remote, Isolated Spot In Virginia And It’s Positively Breathtaking

The state of Virginia has a great mix of both rural and urban life. Driving two hours in just about any direction from the heart of the state will bring you closer to a major city and a scattering of smaller towns with plenty of open land nearby. These days, it’s more difficult to happen upon a place in Virginia that would be considered isolated.

There is, however, a secluded stretch of beach on the Eastern Shore that’s considered to be the most remote spot in the state. Protected by the Nature Conservancy, the Virginia Coast Reserve is technically public land, although it’s somewhat difficult to get to. The following photographs and footage show just how breathtaking this stretch of land is.

Be sure to share your thoughts on this beautiful, remote location in Virginia. For more information, visit the Brownsville Preserve online.