The Middle Peninsula of Virginia is the second of three large peninsulas on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay. Nestled between the Northern Neck and the Virginia Peninsula, it’s bounded by the Rappahannock River on the north and the York River on the south, with the Chesapeake Bay to the east. It encompasses six Virginia counties: Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, Mathews, and Middlesex. You know what that means? There’s never any shortage of watersports to play and waterways to explore!
Explore like Captain John Smith. Wade in the waves like a waterman. Paddle the bays, creeks and rivers of the Middle Peninsula. The interactive maps provided on the Virginia Water Trails website highlight paddling trail routes.
Plan your visit – what to do along the water – in West Point and King William County.
The COVID-19 crisis sweeping the world has wrought unprecedented challenges to the businesses on the Middle Peninsula. But you know what Middle Peninsula businesses have a seemingly never-ending supply of?…