We all need time to slow down and de-stress, and there’s no better place to do it than Sandbridge Beach. If you think beach vacations are just for spring and summer, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to learn that sometimes the beach is best enjoyed during the winter months. The average high temperature for December and January is in the mid-50s, with lows rarely below 50 degrees. Pack a jacket and a hat and you’ll be comfortable enough to appreciate all of the relaxing outdoor activities that make Sandbridge Beach special.
Visitors to Sandbridge Beach come for seclusion, pristine beaches, and the rare opportunity to be immersed in an unspoiled natural environment. Sandbridge Beach may be compact, but what it lacks in square mileage it more than makes up for in breathtaking wildlife refuges and family-friendly state parks.
If you and your kids love the beach but want a quieter vacation than the bustling resort atmosphere of Virginia Beach affords, Sandbridge Beach, Virginia offers everything you are looking for! You can plan a relaxing, secluded beach vacation, explore natural habitats and wildlife refuges, and participate in all the water activities you love without breaking the bank when you plan for a budget-friendly stay in your beautiful Sandbridge rental home.
|Photo by Karen Beatty|
As our neighbors to the north are expecting more
snow this weekend, we have no snow in our Sandbridge
Beach forecast. However,
recent sightings of a Snowy Owl at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge have birders and nature enthusiasts excited about
its appearance. They have usually do not travel this far south, so there is no wonder the
excitement level is high for those who track this bird!
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