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Yorktown VA & Newport News City Park Bikeway

Yorktown, Virginia, USA

Yorktown VA & Newport News City Park Bikeway

Length27.8 mi
Elev. Gain557.6 ft
Est. Steps64000
Created by PacerGal_1954
Introduction
Yorktown VA & Newport News City Park Bikeway is a 27.8 mile (64,000-step) route located near Yorktown, Virginia, USA. This route has an elevation gain of about 557.6 ft and is rated as hard. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Watermen's Museum

Tourist Attraction
The Watermen's Museum is a museum in Yorktown, Virginia. It documents the history of Chesapeake Bay 'watermen', from pre-colonial to modern times.The Museum is located on Water Street and open to the public from April to December.

Colonial National Historical Park

Place
Colonial National Historical Park is located in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia and is operated by the National Park Service of the United States government. The park protects and interprets several sites relating to the Colony of Virginia and the history of the United States more broadly, ranging from the site of the first landing of the English settlers who would settle at Jamestown, to the battlefields of Yorktown where the British Army was finally defeated in the American Revolutionary War.

George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge

Place
The George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge (known locally as simply the Coleman Bridge) is a double swing bridge that spans the York River between Yorktown and Gloucester Point, in the United States state of Virginia. It connects the Peninsula and Middle Peninsula regions of Tidewater, Virginia. The bridge is the only public crossing of the York River, though State Route 33 crosses both of its tributaries (the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers) at just above its source at West Point.

Grafton Ponds Natural Area Preserve

Place
Grafton Ponds Natural Area Preserve is a 375-acre (1.52 km2) Natural Area Preserve located in York County, Virginia. It preserves Virginia's best remaining example of a coastal plain pond complex, and supports several locally-rare species including pond spice (Litsea aestivalis), Mabee's salamander (Ambystoma mabeei), barking treefrog (Hyla gratiosa), and the globally imperiled Harper's fimbristylis (Fimbristylis perpusilla).

Grace Church (Yorktown, Virginia)

Place
Grace Church (also known as York-Hampton Parish Church) is a historic Episcopal church and cemetery at Route 1003 and Main Street in Yorktown, Virginia.It was built in 1697 and later updated with a Greek Revival style. Thomas Nelson, Jr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence and other pre-Revolution Founding Fathers attended the church.

Siege of Yorktown

Place
The siege of Yorktown, also known as the Battle of Yorktown, the surrender at Yorktown, German Battle or the siege of Little York, ending on October 19, 1781, at Yorktown, Virginia, was a decisive victory by a combined force of American Continental Army troops led by General George Washington and French Army troops led by the Comte de Rochambeau over a British army commanded by British peer and Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis.

Sessions–Pope–Sheild House

Place
The Sessions–Pope–Sheild House, also known as Sessions House or Sheild House, is a historic home located at Yorktown, York County, Virginia. It was built in 1691, and is a 1 1/2-story, five bay by two bay, brick Southern Colonial dwelling. It has a clipped gable roof with dormers. It has two "T"-shaped end chimney.

Thomas Nelson House (Yorktown, Virginia)

Place
Thomas Nelson House is an historic Colonial home in Yorktown, Virginia. It was built around 1730 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.

Old Custom House (Yorktown, Virginia)

Place
The Old Custom House is a historic customs house located at Yorktown, York County, Virginia. It was built in 1721, and is a 2 1/2-story brick Colonial building with a hipped roof. It has a corbeled brick interior end chimney. An extensive restoration project was undertaken by Richmond architect W. Duncan Lee in 1929.

York High School (Virginia)

Place
York High School is a York County School Division high school located in Yorktown in York County, Virginia, on U.S. Route 17 about 3 miles south of Yorktown. The school was opened in 1954 and currently enrolls over one thousand students. Athletic teams compete in the Virginia High School League's AA Bay Rivers District in Region I.
Route Details

Length

27.8 mi

Elev. Gain

557.6 ft

Est. Steps

64000
Created by
PacerGal_1954
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