Hampton- the Right Peninsula City for You?

Moving to the Virginia Peninsula? Hampton could be the right city for you! There is so much to do and so many places to go. Housing is affordable and plentiful too. Check out all the reasons this waterfront city could be the right fit.

  • Points of interest. Residents of all ages can enjoy everything Hampton offers. Bluebird Gap Farm has a playground, nature trail and a wide array of animals on display. Grandview Nature Preserve is the perfect place to hike, fish and observe wildlife in their native habitat. Learn about the city and its inhabitants through the years at the Hampton History Museum. Explore the Fort Monroe National Monument as well.
  • Entertainment. Check out an IMAX film and the latest exhibits at the Virginia Air and Space Museum. Attend conferences, shows, festivals and expos at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. The Hampton Coliseum is where events like the Hampton Jazz Festival and the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus are held. Watch the races at Langley Speedway.
  • Parks. Bring those BMX bikes to the BMX track at Gosnold Hope Park. Kids can play at Air Power Park. Admire the beauty of the huge Sandy Bottom Nature Park that spans some 456 acres.
  • Housing. Whatever type of home you desire, it can be found in Hampton, Virginia. Neighborhoods like Fox Hill, Salt Pond, Red Gate Farm, Southall Landing and Benjamin's Landing are just a few places where beautiful houses may be available.

Get to know this part of Hampton Roads. Learn why so many people make Hampton their home. When you're considering a move to the Virginia Peninsula, Hampton could be the ideal spot.

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