Cape Charles is the largest town in the county and has recently been
designated a Historic District. It offers a commercial center with shops,
restaurants, antiques, medical services, churches of all denominations,
public beach, golf, harbor, marinas, boat ramp, sport fishing, summer
rentals and one of the last remaining rail barges in the country, which
regularly crosses the Chesapeake Bay to Norfolk. |
The nearby town of Cheriton, VA has shopping, medical services, churches
and a restaurant. Located nearby are excellent camping facilities, as
well as historic Eyre Hall. Also nearby is Oyster, VA, a quaint
fishing village with a modern boat ramp.
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- Official town website
- Arts and Crafts
- The Cape Charles Mirror
The Cape Charles Mirror is meant to be the local online venue for news, opinions and general local interest in the town of Cape Charles, Virginia. We try to cover as many events and goings on as our small staff can handle.
- Chuckletown Productions
Chuckletown Productions creatively honors our Eastern Shore of Virginia lifestyle by offering an array of fun souvenirs. We strive to offer both tourists and locals of all ages imaginative and clever keepsakes that help preserve lifelong memories of our unique and spirited culture here on the Shore and in Cape Charles.