You won’t believe how much Sandbridge Beach has changed and evolved through the years.
Long ago, the only local settlers were coastal seabirds and wildlife. Then came the Native Americans – Paleo-Indian and Archaic tribes lost in the mists of time, followed by Chesapeake, Powhattan, and other Algonquian-speaking peoples.
Known as “Virginia’s Outer Banks,” secluded Sandbridge Beach remains a mystery to many people. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions – and answers – about this serene coastal haven.
Planning a family vacation far away from crowds and congestion? Try a socially distanced getaway in secluded Sandbridge Beach. This hidden seaside haven provides unsurpassed peace and privacy. Yet it also gives easy access to a world of fun and adventure.
Vacation planning can be hectic, especially the week before you leave. You’re trying to wrap up your assignments at work, shop for last-minute must-haves, do your laundry, finish your packing, control your stress, and keep your children from tearing each other to pieces.
Good Monday morning to everyone from Sandbridge beach. We have lucked out again at the first of this week as the weather is expected to bring us temperatures in the 70’s this week. We can confirm that spring is definitely in the air!
Greetings from a sunny and cool Sandbridge where we are enjoying the sunny skies today, but also ready for the temperatures to rise to the summer season. Days like today make us understand that better days are ahead. It is hard to believe today is the last Monday in February!
Greetings from a bright, sunny and unseasonably warm day here in Sandbridge. The beach is just beautiful today and folks are busy with outdoor activities. A good day to play some golf and maybe make a birdie.
We hope you are enjoying this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Today is quite cold at Sandbridge, with temperatures in the low 30’s expected all day long. It makes us think of better beach days ahead this summer.
Greetings from Sandbridge on this Cyber-Monday. We hope you had a great Thanksgiving and had a great celebration with your family. We love this time of year and can’t wait to get all of our families together in just a few weeks for Chrismas.
Greetings from a blustery Sandbridge Beach this morning. We’ve had quite a blow over the last few days with a strong nor’easter that has been pounding us, but things are calming down this morning and we should have a nice week of weather. It will not be too “Ruff” on the beach.