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Walk, run, or bike the Elizabeth River Trail. The ERT is a 10.5-mile urban trail in Norfolk that stretches along the waterfront from Lochhaven to Norfolk State University! You can walk, run or bike different sections, or take on the whole thing!
2. Kayak the Lafayette River
Kayak the Lafayette River. There are a handful of public kayak launches in Norfolk where you can launch your kayak and begin paddling the Lafayette River (there are a few for the Elizabeth river too!) Don’t have a kayak? You can rent one from Norfolk Kayak Rentals or rent a Hydro Bike from Hund’s Re-Cycle Factory!
3. Bike First Landing Park
Hike or Bike at First Landing State Park. First Landing in Virginia Beach has 10 trails totaling over 20 miles of preserved forest and beaches to explore! You can walk, hike, bike, and even swim in the Chesapeake Bay!
4. Hike the Noland Trail
Hike the Noland Trail. The Noland Trail in Newport News is a 5-mile loop that runs all around Mariners Lake. It is a great hike for all skill levels with well-groomed paths and beautiful views of the water!
5. Obstacle Course
Take on an obstacle course. Unleash your inner American Ninja Warrior at one of two public obstacle courses in Norfolk. One is located in Lafayette Park and the other is in Plum Point Park (which is located on the Elizabeth River Trail!)
Bonus for the Adventurous!
Bonus (for the really adventurous): bike the Virginia Capital Trail from Williamsburg to Richmond! The VCT is a 51.2-mile trail that stretches from Williamsburg to Richmond. You can bike any section of the trail and camp out at designated campsites along the trail, or take it from one end to the other!