Cape Charles, VA
A Coastal Community on the Eastern Shore
Located across the Chesapeake Bay on Virginia’s famous Eastern Shore, Bay Creek is the newest addition to the Preserve Communities portfolio. With a picturesque location that combines laid-back coastal living and beach-time adventures, it’s the ideal setting for families, golfers, nature lovers, and those looking to escape the busy city for a relaxed beach community. Preserve Communities aims to expand Bay Creek’s already stellar reputation with a re-imagined vision of its state-of-the-art amenities, year-round outdoor activities, and active lifestyle programming—promising a multi-generational community that’s appeals to a diversified set of homebuyers. With equal emphasis on preserving the beauty of the Eastern Shore and enhancing the premier features of the community, Preserve Communities looks to elevate the finest points of coastal living at Bay Creek.
Learn more at www.baycreek.net.
- Signature Golf Courses
- Beach Club & Fitness Center
- Coach House Tavern
- Community Pool
- Tennis Courts
- Private Beach
The Eastern Shore of Virginia offers an abundance of wonders that come with coastal living –picturesque shores, fascinating wildlife, and nearby beach towns filled with shopping, dining, and entertainment options for the whole family. The neighboring Cape Charles is overflowing with rich history and charming shops, for those interested in exploring what the Eastern Shore has to offer. Nature lovers and bird watchers can visit Kiptopeke State Park or the Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge to hike or kayak through the great outdoors. And of course, there’s the irresistible pull of the Chesapeake Bay, where the entire family can spend a day boating, paddle boarding, swimming, or just soaking up the sun on the beach.
- Chesapeake Bay
- Barrier Islands
- Eyre Hall Gardens
- Kiptopeke State Park
- Chatham Vineyards
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