Fall on Virginia's Eastern Shore means cool weather, beautiful leaves and oyster roasts. Historically fall was the beginning of oyster season and autumn is still celebrated with festivals and events that celebrate this shellfish.
Fall is such a great time for a getaway or a weekend trip. There's something about crisp air and blustery days that were made for traveling.
When people think about hunting in Virginia, they probably picture mountain ranges where they can pursue bear or deer in vast stretches of hardwoods.
Cape Fear Haunted Hotel and Campground is accepting bookings for this October, but be warned, once you sign your name in their ledger book, you may never escape. The halls of this haunted hotel seem to have a way of snaring poor souls in their grasp.
The Eastern Shore of Virginia is a 70-mile peninsula that divides the Chesapeake Bay from the Atlantic Ocean, so no matter where you turn there's lots of water and plenty of great fishing.