Parks

  1. Bluebird Gap Farm

    Bluebird Gap Farm offers an exciting, family-oriented adventure and educational experience rarely see in an urban environment.

  2. Sandy Bottom Nature Park

    Hampton's premier park is a 456-acre environmental education and wildlife management facility.

  3. Gosnold's Hope Park

    Gosnold's Hope Park is the second largest developed park in the city consisting of 105 acres. It offers the public eight picnic facilities complete with tables and grills, campsites, restrooms, a public boat ramp, a fitness trail, athletic fields, children's playground, picnic shelters with tables and grills for reservation, and a BMX track.

  4. Dog Parks

    Places where you can take your furry friend for fun and exercise!

  5. Neighborhood Parks & Trails

    Explore a variety of parks in Hampton as well as take walk on one of the scenic trails.

  6. Waterfront & Feature Parks

    Enjoy many of our waterfront and specialty parks such as the Carousel park and Bluebird Gap Farm.

  7. Fort Wool

    Fort Wool is located in the jurisdiction of Hampton in the bay of Hampton Roads and is owned by the Commonwealth.