Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Norfolk & Virginia Beach area


Recreational trails for walking and cycling in Norfolk & Virginia Beach, Virginia

Norfolk, Virginia map area

Norfolk, Newport News & Virginia Breach, Virginia

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Brick Kiln Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Cape Henry Trail

Chesapeake Seaboard Trail

Dam Neck Road Multi-Use Path

Elizabeth River Trail

Fort Monroe National Monument Trails

Great Neck Road Multi-Use Path

Greenspring Trail

Hampton Roads Center Parkway Path

Hampton Riverwalk

I-464 Bridge Ped / Bile Pathway

Independence Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Kiln Creek Parkway Multi-Use Path

London Bridge Road Multi-Use Path

Newport News Bikeway

Portsmouth Riverwalk

Powhaten Creek Trail

South Beach Trail

Suffolk Seaboard Coastline Trail

Virginia Beach Boardwalk

Virginia Beach Trail

Virginia Capital Trail



Regional Trails

Norfolk, Newport News, Portsmouth, Hampton and Virginia Beach are located at the the south end of Chesapeake Bay and where the James River flows into the Atlantic Ocean in southeastern part of the State of Virginia. This area is situated just north of the border with North Carolina and the Outer Banks.

Some of the points of interest in this area include Langley Air Force Base, Hampton University, Fort Monroe National Monument,

Elizabeth River Trail and Portsmouth Riverwalk

There are paved walkways along the Elizabeth River in Downtown Norfolk and Downtown Portsmouth. These pathways wander along the docks and marinas and connect the local parks, shops and restaurants of this area.

Virginia Beach Boardwalk and Oceanfront Bike Path

The Virginia Beach Boardwalk is a 2.8-mile long wide paved pathway along the beach and there is an bikeway that parallels the pedestrian boardwalk. The boardwalk goes past the hotels, restaurants and shops and has numerous access points to the beach.

Forn Monroe National Mounment

There is a 2.5-mile long paved pathway along the shore at the Fort Monroe National Monument to the east of Hampton. The historic monument includes a lighthouse, the  Flagstaff Bastion, museums and the Chapel of the Centurion.

Virginia Capital Trail

The Virginia Capital Trail is a 52-mile long wide paved pathway that extends from Richmond to Jamestown in Eastern Virginia.The southeast end of the trail is located at the historic Jamestown Settlement to the west of Newport News.

The Virginia Capital Trail goes past the thickly forested area and farmland of the eastern part of the state following alongside the Scenic Route 5 Corridor. A long bridge takes trail users over the Chickahominy River near the confluence with the James River.

Read more about the Virginia Capital Trail


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Norfolk, Virginia.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Virginia

Below is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Virginia.