Summer golf vacations are typically reserved for families but now might be the time to take a summer golf trip. Several Virginia Golf destinations offer great golf and summer attractions for post round entertainment.
- Fords Colony, 54 holes in Williamsburg Virginia
- Blue Ridge Shadows in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley
- Fife & Drum, Colonial Williamsburg
Full Cry Golf Club at Keswick Hall is a Pete Dye masterpiece that opened in late 2014. Full Cry is already assuming it’s place among the best of the best with awards such as Golf Digests’ Best New Course. Any “well-traveled” golfer needs to have Keswick’s Full Cry added to their list.
With landmarks from Richard Kingsmill’s 1736 plantation woven into the landscape, a round on the Plantation Course is truly historic. A little on the shorter side Kingsmill’s Plantation Course designed by Arnold Plamer is a nice compliment to the famed River course.
Holiday Inn Gateway is a great hotel for traveling golfers located within 15 minutes form most popular Williamsburg area courses. It is a full service hotel with restaurant and bar located in hotel lobby. Plus each room includes mini-fridge and microwave.Read More
Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites – Front Royal Blue Ridge Shadows is located adjacent to the scenic Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club, the Holiday Inn & Suites Front Royal is the perfect place to stay on your next Shenandoah Valley Golf Package to the Front …Read More
There is plenty to do after golf. Take a stroll down the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, visit Colonial Williamsburg or tour the wineries of Charlottesville. No matter where you play golf in Virginia you will find enjoyable attractions making a summer golf trip even more memorable.View More Golf Packages View More Golf Packages