The winter season at this public beach brings ample opportunity to view a diversity of diving ducks, gulls, and other seabirds. In the spring and summer, the beach may provide an opportunity to view Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphins.
In order to increase the accessibility of this site for all visitors, this park has beach wheelchairs available.
The park also has an informal kayak/canoe launch, which is located on the other side of the road and offers an access point to explore the extensive salt marshes.
Physical Address: 3820 S. Sandpiper Road, Virginia Beach, VA, 23456
From the Previous Site on the Seashore to Cypress Loop of the VBWT:
From Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, return north on Sandpiper Road for 0.4 miles. The park is on the right.
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- Site Contact: City of Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation: 757-385-7324, email@example.com
- Access: Fee, Daily
Birds Recently Seen at Little Island Park (as reported to eBird)
- Great Black-backed Gull
- Rock Pigeon
- Mourning Dove
- Spotted Sandpiper
- Laughing Gull
- Ring-billed Gull
- Herring Gull
- Lesser Black-backed Gull
Seasonal Bird Observations