The Marsh Ridge Trail In Virginia Takes You From The Bay To The Beach And Back

Virginia is home to an impressive array of landscapes, and today’s adventure will take you to some of the most beautiful scenery in the state. False Cape State Park isn’t necessarily easy to get to, but it will prove to be worth your effort. In fact, it’s possible to hike from the bay to the ocean and back again — how fascinating is that? Here’s more on the Marsh Trail and the quick detours you can take to experience all the beautiful terrain that this state park has to offer. (And to check out the AllTrails map of this hike, click here!)

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Have you ever visited False Cape State Park in Virginia? What was your favorite part of the experience? Be sure to tell us in the comments – we’d love to hear from you! For more information, be sure to consult the official Virginia State Parks listing for False Cape State Park. And, for related content, you’ll be interested to be read all about the shipwrecked community of Wash Woods.

Address: False Cape State Park, 4001 Sandpiper Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23456, USA