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Hampton, VA

An Introduction to Hampton, VA

If you're looking for small town charm and easy livability, Hampton, VA, offers communities that care about their residents and look out for their livelihood. The city also offers beautiful scenery and tranquil surroundings. Located in Southeast Virginia's Hampton Roads region, Hampton is perfectly situated near Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

 

New residents can familiarize themselves with the area at the Hampton Visitor Center, where they can learn about the city's past at the Hampton History Museum. For those interested in military history, visit the National Museum of the Marine Corps and pay tribute to Marines past and present.

 

Did You Know?

Hampton Roads' motto, "Hampton, America's First Region," refers to a variety of historical firsts, such as being America's first continuous English-speaking settlement and being the first in the nation to offer free public education.

 

Hampton Apartments and Neighborhoods

From luxury beachfront condos to stylish downtown digs, Hampton, Virginia offers a wide range of apartment styles to fit any budget. In addition to a variety of apartment styles, the Hampton area features an array of neighborhoods ranging from beachside communities to innovative, new residential developments. As you search for the best places to live in Hampton, consider these popular areas:

  • Downtown Hampton: This neighborhood is perfect for renters who want to stay close to the city's vibrant downtown culture as well as the waterfront.
  • Coliseum Central: Professionals living in this area benefit from proximity to the commercial opportunities available in one of the largest business improvement districts in the U.S.
  • Hampton Roads Center: Centrally located between Langley Air Force Base and Sandy Bottom Nature Park, this neighborhood places residents close to area dining and entertainment options.
  • Buckroe Beach: Just north of Fort Monroe, The Buckroe Beach community allows residents to enjoy beachfront beauty along with a newly redesigned park and open space area.
  • Farmington: Originally founded in 1960, Farmington has since developed into one of Hampton's more affluent neighborhoods.  

 

Fun and Free Things to Do in Hampton, VA

Nature lovers will enjoy spending time at Prince William Forest Park, which offers 37 miles of hiking trails and 21 miles of paved trails in a beautiful, 15,000-acre forest setting just minutes from many Hampton-area apartments. Aerospace enthusiasts will have a blast at the Virginia Air & Space Center, which features hands-on exhibits and IMAX films. Thrifty families can find fun for free by taking a self-guided tour of Fort Monroe or wandering among the jets, rockets and missiles on display at Air Power Park.

 

For Hampton Families with Kids

Hampton families looking for some fun can stroll through the lakeside setting of Sandy Bottom Nature Park, pet some barnyard animals at Bluebird Gap Farm, or enjoy a nostalgic ride on the fully restored Hampton Carousel. Area students enjoy access to quality schools across the district, with Armstrong Elementary School for the Arts, Francis W. Jones Magnet Middle School and Kecoughtan High School consistently ranked among Hampton County's top schools.

 

Pet-friendly Hampton
Take your four-legged companion to a number of local dog parks in Hampton, including Ridgeway Dog Bark Park. Leashed dogs can venture out at Sandy Bottom Nature Park, a lovely spot for locals to hike or rent a canoe in the summer.

 

Getaways from Hampton

Situated on the Virginia Peninsula, Hampton is just a short distance from surrounding beaches. Picturesque Buckroe Beach is just minutes from downtown, and the three-mile boardwalk of Virginia Beach is less than an hour away. After you've checked out the area's best beaches, plan a trip to the nation's capital, which is about a three-hour drive.