The Peninsula offers many opportunities for cycling enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy group rides, solo jaunts or competitions, Hampton Roads has many opportunities.
Courses and trailways in the Tidewater region tend to be flat but are often scenic, offering meadow views and woodlands.
Many trails and courses are open to riders of all experience levels, and there are organizations to help find a ride that's right for you.
BikeWalk Virginia. Formerly known as Bicycling Education Association, it sponsors Bike Virginia in June. BikeWalk Virginia, sponsors the Tour de Chesapeake, held in Culpepper, from May 14 to 16. 4801 Hermitage Road, Suite 101, Richmond, 23227. 804-261-0507. www.bikevirginia.org and www.bikewalk virginia.org
Peninsula Bicycling Association. Group rides several times a week throughout the Peninsula. P.O. Box 12115, Newport News, 23612-2115. 356-1451. pbabicycling.org
Williamsburg Area Bicyclists. Group rides several times per week year-round, mostly in Williamsburg. Coordinates Bike Month during May. P.O. Box 2222, Williamsburg, 23187-2222. For membership, call 220-5464. wabonline.org
Eastern Virginia Mountain Biking Association. Group often rides at New Quarter Park in Williamsburg, Freedom Park and York River State Park, among other places. P.O. Box 7553, Hampton, 23666. Kirk Moore and Penny Rich, 566-1121. evma .org
The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries maintains a number of public boat ramps. There's no charge to use these ramps. The department also publishes free brochures that show the ramps' locations. You can pick one up at local marinas or request one by calling the department in Richmond at 804-367-1000. www.dgif.virginia .gov
Here are some of the main public ramps:
Gloucester Point. Off Route 1208 in Gloucester Point on the York River
Huntington Park. Near the foot of the James River Bridge in Newport News
Dandy Point. On the Back River in the Fox Hill section of Hampton
Warwick River. At the end of Denbigh Boulevard in Newport News
Messick Point. At the end of Messick Road in Poquoson
Back Creek Park. On Goodwin Neck Road in Dandy
Drop your line in any of the waterways of Hampton Roads, and it's likely you'll wind up with a bite. Fishing can be done on a pier, shoreside or by boat, with plenty of saltwater and freshwater options. Be sure to follow Virginia licensing rules and restrictions.
Striped bass. This is the most popular game fish in the Chesapeake Bay. During the fall, 10-pounders can be caught near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel.
Flounder. A favorite catch of the bay's small-boat fishermen.
Croaker. Two-pounders are common and 3-pounders are not unusual. James River is a hot spot.
Gray trout. Also known as weakfish, this is another species on the upswing. Gray trout can be caught from any of the area's piers.
Cobia. A summer visitor, cobia is the biggest game fish available to small boaters and pier jockeys.
NOTE: Saltwater fishing regulations can change monthly.
Be sure you know the regulations before you go fishing.
Largemouth bass. All local reservoirs are stocked with them.
Crappie. These slablike fish are a delight to catch on ultra-light spinning gear.
Catfish. Channel catfish are the most abundant species in the reservoirs.
Striped bass. A number of reservoirs have been stocked with striped bass.
Panfish. These include sunfish, bluegills and yellow perch.
Before Hurricane Isabel hit in September 2003, there were three main public fishing piers. Grandview and Buckroe both were known for great cobia fishing, but Grandview is no longer standing.
Buckroe Pier was rebuilt and opened in May 2009. It's open 24 hours a day from April to October, houses rod rentals, a snack shop and a bait shop, and is located at 330 S. Resort Blvd. in Hampton. Admission ranges from $6 to $8 to fish. Call 727-8311 for more information.
The best-known local remaining area fishing pier that charges admission is the James River Fishing Pier at Huntington Park in Newport News. At slightly more than a half-mile in length, it is one of the longest piers in Hampton Roads. Although you don't need a saltwater recreational license, you must pay admission at the pier ($8.50 for adults, $6.50 for seniors and 12 and under). It opens April 15. Usual hours are 9 a.m.-11 p.m. daily, 247-0364.
Other piers include Hilton Pier, Denbigh Park, Peterson's Yacht Basin, Monitor-Merrimac Overlook and King-Lincoln Pier, all of which are free and open to the public, sunrise to sunset. A valid state fishing license is required. York River State Park'spier is open from 8 a.m. until dusk, 566-3036.
Most reservoirs were built in the early 1900s as water supply systems for Hampton Roads. The state has stocked these reservoirs with a variety of game fish, ranging from muskie to rainbow trout.
Beaverdam. 635 acres. Good largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie and panfish angling. Two boat ramps, boat and canoe rentals and picnic facilities. Park is open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. through March; 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m. starting in April. 8687 Roaring Springs Road, Gloucester. 804-693-2107.
Burnt Mills. 610 acres. Largemouth bass and sunfish are the main catches. At the intersection of Route 601 and Route 603 in Isle of Wight County. There is no facility for this lake, information is available from the Norfolk Department of Utilities reservoir manager, 441-5727.
Chickahominy Lake. An 8-mile-long reservoir that is one of the top fishing spots in the state. There are no public boat ramps on the lake. Ed Allen's Campground maintains private ramps. Call Eagles Landing at 804-966-9094 or lower Chickahominy Lake at 804-746-2475.
Harwood's Mill. 265 acres. Stocked with largemouth bass and channel catfish, sunfish and a few Northern pike. Boat rentals on weekends from approximately May through October. Oriana Road in York County. 886-7912 or 888-3333.
Lake Maury ( Mariners' Museum Lake). 165 acres, open 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Fishing is for 16 or younger and 65 and older, from the boat house to the point. There's no fishing off the trails. Boat rentals are available, you must have your driver's license to rent. Bank fishing is $5. Lake has largemouth bass (catch-and-release only) , northern pike, catfish, crappie, bluegill, perch. 596-2222, ext. 799 or 591-7799.
Lake Prince. 777 acres. One of the Suffolk Lakes. Excellent fishing for striped bass, largemouth, shellcrackers (sunfish) and chain pickerel. Route 604 near Suffolk.
Lee Hall. 490 acres. Largemouth bass, chain pickerel, crappie and sunfish are the main catches. There are boat rentals at one end of the reservoir and a fishing pier at the other end. Inside Newport News Park. 886-7912 or 888-3333.
Little Creek. 996 acres. Earning a reputation as a freshwater striped-bass hot spot. A 26 3/4 -pound striper was caught in October 2005. Boat ramp and boat rentals, electric motors only. Off Forge Road on Lakeview Road (Route 610) in Toano. Park is open 6 a.m.-7 p.m. on weekends and 7 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays. Park office closes at 5 p.m. 566-1702.
Lake Meade and Lake Cohoon. Both approximately 700 acres. Largemouth bass, chain pickerel, rockfish and panfish are the main catches. Boat ramp available. Pitchkettle Road in Suffolk.
Sandy Bottom Park. Fishing — for catch-and-release largemouth bass — is allowed from the pier or from boat rentals only. Anyone 16 or older must have a state freshwater license. 825-4657.
Waller Mill. A picturesque reservoir featuring striped bass, largemouth bass and panfish. Boat ramp and boat rentals. In Williamsburg's Waller Mill Park. 259-3778.
If the need for speed is more your style, check out competitive go-kart racing at Langley Speedway in Hampton.
Hampton Roads Kart Club. Has races from April through October at Langley Speedway. P.O. Box 8146, Yorktown, 23693. 249-5278. hrkc.com
Hit the links. Golf is a favorite pastime in Hampton Roads. The PGA and LPGA have made stops at the area's courses, some of which were designed by legendary golfers.
Fees can vary widely by season, day (even time of day), age, whether you're walking or riding and other factors. Call ahead for tee times and prices.
Bide-A-Wee Golf Course. Public. Rates vary by season. 1 Bide-A-Wee Lane, Portsmouth. 393-8600. bidea weegolf.com
Colonial Golf Club. Rated one of the Top 10 Courses in Virginia by Golf Digest. Offers the only year-round golf academy in Virginia. March-November, $60-64 Monday-Thursday. Includes cart. 8251 Diascund Road, Williamsburg. 566-1600. golfcolonial.com
Colonial Heritage Club, Williamsburg. Private. Rates vary by season, tee time. 645-2030. colonialheritage club.com
Cypress Creek Golfers' Club. Given a 4 1/2 star rating by Golf Digest. Designed by local golf legend Curtis Strange. Semiprivate. $29-$55, includes cart. 600 Cypress Creek Parkway, off Route 10 Bypass in Smithfield. 365-4774. cypresscreek golfersclub.com
Deer Cove Golf Course. Civilians, $14 (18 holes) daily. Carts not included. Cheatham Annex Naval Supply Center, at the end of Route 199 at Colonial Parkway in York County. 887-6539.
Eaglewood Golf Course. For military, Department of Defense employees, dependents and guests. Two courses (Raptor and Eagle course) open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. during the summer, also has a driving range. Military $10-$22 (depending on rank); civilian guests $16-$28, cart is additional. Langley Air Force Base. 764-4547.
Ford's Colony. Semiprivate. Rates: $80 for 18 holes. Twilight: $50 for 18 holes. Both include cart. 54 holes (Marsh Hawk, Blackheath and Blue Heron courses). 240 Ford's Colony Drive, Williamsburg. 258-4130. fordscolony.com
Gloucester Country Club. Nine holes. $12 weekends and $8-$11 weekdays. An additional $10 charge for carts. Golf Club Road, off Route 17, Gloucester. 804-693-2662.
Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. Hosted the 2004 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship and the 2007 NCAA Men's Division I Championship. Golf course $79-$165. Gold and Green Course fees for 18 holes include cart rental. 401 South England St., Williamsburg. 220-7696. colonial williamsburgresort .com/golf
The Hamptons. 27 holes: Woods nine, Lakes nine, Links nine. 18 holes, $21 on weekends, with cart fee $10.60. Golf lessons available with PGA pro Gary Anderson. 320 Butler Farm Road, Hampton. 766-9148.
Heath Tres Golf Course. Nine-hole lighted course. Each hole is par-3. $12 for 18 holes, $8 for nine holes. North Park Lane off Big Bethel Road, Hampton. Owner: Skeeter Heath. 766-7550.
Honey Bee Golf Club. Public. $24-$41. 2500 South Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach. 471-2768.
Kiln Creek Golf and Country Club. Semiprivate. $48 weekends, with cart. $22/Monday-Thursday, nine holes. 1003 Brick Kiln Blvd., Newport News, 23602. 988-3220. kilncreekgolf .com
Kingsmill Golf Club. Championship courses designed by Pete Dye, Arnold Palmer, Tom Clark and Curtis Strange. River Course, Plantation Course, Woods Course. Rates range from $45-160. 1010 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg, 23185. 253-3906. kingsmill .com/golf
Kiskiack Golf Club. Semiprivate. $30-$85. 8104 Club Drive, James City County, just off the Croaker exit on I-64. 566-2200. traditional clubs.com
Lambert's Point. Nine holes. Early bird specials (before 9 a.m. daily); $19 with riding cart weekdays; $29 with riding cart on weekends; twilight special (weekdays after 3 p.m.) $22 for 18 holes. Located at Old Dominion University. 489-1677.
Links at City Park. Nine holes for nonresidents, $12. City Park Avenue, Portsmouth City Park. 465-1500.
Nansemond River Golf Club. Rates range from $29-59, with cart. Off Route 10 at intersection with Route 58 in Suffolk. 539-4356. nansemondrivergolf club.com
Newport News Golf Club. Championship and Cardinal courses (with cart), $19-$32 on weekdays, $22-$36 on weekends. 901 Clubhouse Way, Newport News. 886-7925. nngolf club.com
Ocean View Golf Course. Public. $21 on weekdays before 9 a.m., $34 after 9 a.m.; $42 on weekends for nonresidents. 9610 Norfolk Ave., Norfolk. 480-2094. oceanviewgc.com
Piankatank River Golf Club. Semiprivate. $22-$50. Route 629, Hartsfield in Middlesex County. 804-776-6516. piankatankriver golf.com
Pines Golf Course. 27 holes. Fort Eustis, Newport News. 878-2252. eustismwr.com
Riverfront Golf Club. $37.50-$69.50 on weekends. 5200 River Club Drive, Suffolk. 484-2200. riverfrontgolf.com
Sewells Point Golf Course. Call Wednesdays at 8 a.m. for weekend tee times. Call for rates. Military course at Norfolk Naval Station. 444-5572.
Tradition Golf Club at Royal New Kent. Public. Rated the third best course in Virginia by Golf Digest. $40-$99 for 18 holes, includes cart. Interstate 64 to Exit 214, Route 155, New Kent County. 804-966-7023. traditional clubs.com
Tradition Golf Club at Stonehouse. Public. $40-$99 for 18 holes, includes cart. Take I-64 to Exit 227, take 30 North and the course is about a half-mile on your right, in James City. 9700 Mill Pond Run, Toano. 566-1138. traditionalclubs.com
Sleepy Hole Golf Course. Public. $29-$52. Ranks No. 8 on Golf Digest's list of most affordable public courses in the country. 4700 Sleepy Hole Road, Suffolk. 538-4100. sleepyholegolfcourse .com
Suffolk Golf Course. Public. $39 with a cart on weekends for non-residents. Residents are $35. After 1 p.m. weekends, $28, includes cart. 1227 Holland Road, Suffolk. 539-6298.
Virginia Beach National. $39-75, starting April 1. Pete Dye and Curtis Strange designed the course, formerly known as the TPC of Virginia Beach. 2500 Tournament Drive, Virginia Beach. 563-9440. vbnational .com
Williamsburg National. $70-$79 for nonresidents on weekends. Two courses. Designed by Tom Clark. 3700 Centerville Road, Williamsburg. 826-5732. wngc.com
The Woodlands Golf Course. Public. $17 for 18 holes, $13 for nine holes on weekends. Cart not included. 9 Woodland Road, Hampton. 727-1195.
Ahhh, the great outdoors. It's very accessible in Virginia — the Shenandoah Valley is less than a three-hour drive away, and rivers and creeks provide abundant opportunities for water activities, including whitewater rafting.
While you won't find many hills on the Peninsula, there are plenty of hiking trails — including those at Newport News Park and Sandy Bottom Park. And if paddleboating, kayaking and canoeing are more your style, you'll find plenty of opportunities at parks in Hampton Roads.
Tidewater Appalachian Trail Club. Club maintains a ten-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail. They offer hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, skiing, rock climbing, rappelling and other outdoor activities across Virginia, including the Peninsula. P.O. Box 8246, Norfolk 23503. tide wateratc.com
Public hunting areas in Hampton Roads.
Chickahominy WMA. Hunting opportunities on the Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area include those for deer, turkey, squirrel, rabbit, dove and waterfowl. Agricultural crops beneficial to wildlife are planted annually. Timber is sold to create small clearings, and mowed trails provide linear openings and create "edge" to further enhance existing habitat. White-tail deer are abundant. Turkeys use the area extensively, and squirrels are plentiful in most years. Open areas and woodland "edges" sustain fair quail and rabbit populations. Ducks are common and use the beaver ponds and tidal waters adjacent to the property. Waterfowl are hunted primarily by floating blinds, with hunters being allowed access on a first-come basis. Stationary blinds are not allowed. The area is most readily approached from state Route 5, eight miles east of Charles City Courthouse, at Rustic. Take Route 623 north. The area also can be approached from U.S. Route 60 at Providence Forge by taking state Highway 155 south; then left onto Route 614, left on 615 and bear right onto 623.
Hog Island WMA. Hunting with a gun on the Hog Island Tract is allowed for waterfowl only on a strictly controlled basis. Department-constructed blinds accommodate three hunters each. These are available to hunters selected by a drawing in mid-October. Applications may be made through the agency quota hunt system. Hunting on the Carlisle Tract is open to the general public under general regulations or as posted. Here, there is the opportunity to bag deer, dove, quail, squirrel, rabbit and turkey. The area is accessed from state Route 10, between the towns of Surry and Smithfield, north via Routes 650 or 617.
Dismal Swamp Tract of Cavalier WMA. Because of the high level of public interest, hunting is carefully managed to promote quality experiences. See Quota Hunts ( www.dgif.virginia .gov/hunting/quota hunts) for upcoming hunting opportunities. Cavalier WMA features deer, bear, turkey and small-game hunting. Deer and bear hunting is conducted through the Department's quota hunt system during the general deer firearms season in the City of Chesapeake. Beginning Dec. 1, Cavalier WMA is available to all hunters pursuing game during open seasons. Centerfire rifles are not allowed. The Dismal Swamp tract of Cavalier Wildlife Management Area is closed for spring gobbler hunting on April 17 and 18. The main tract of Cavalier remains open on these days. Take Route 17 south to Ballahack Road. Go left on Ballahack for 1.5 miles, and the entrance to Cavalier WMA is on the right.
Ragged Island WMA. There is the opportunity to hunt deer in the pine islands and other high ground. Other upland game animals on the area are raccoon, rabbit, fox and squirrel. Waterfowl are hunted by jump-shooting the ponds and creeks, and from licensed blinds on the wider creeks or the James River. Black ducks, mallards, scaup, gadwall, ruddy ducks, buffleheads and goldeneyes often use the area. Clapper rails can be found in the marshes. The area is bisected by U.S. Routes 17 and 258, and state Route 32, southwest of Newport News and Hampton at the southern end of the James River Bridge.
Hampton Roads has a variety of health and fitness clubs, each with different resources. Most offer group classes, and if there is a pool, often the club will have swim lessons.
Bally Total Fitness. Located on 12255 Hornsby Lane, across from Patrick Henry Mall in Newport News, this club has a pool downstairs and a variety of free weight and cardiovascular machines. Personal training is available for an extra fee and group exercise classes, such as spinning, yoga and pilates are free with a membership. For membership costs and more information, call 249-1315.
Curves For Women. With locations in Newport News, Hampton, Yorktown, Williamsburg and Poquoson, these facilities specialize in 30-minute workouts, three times a week, consisting of strength training and aerobics. For phone numbers, visit curves international.com/locations
One Life Fitness. Located at 815 Middle Ground Blvd. in Newport News, some of the amenities include racquetball and basketball courts and a theater that has cardio equipment instead of seats. You can watch movies on a projection screen while you work out. Group exercise classes and personal training are also available. For more information, call 599-4653 or visit onelife fitness.com
Pilates Training Center. A by-appointment studio at 1130 Old Colony Lane, Suite 201, Williamsburg, also offers group classes. Information: 229-5002 or info@pilates-center .net
Riverside Wellness and Fitness Centers. With a Newport News and one in Gloucester, Riverside offers a variety of facilities and classes, depending on the location. Some locations offer such amenities as tennis, racquetball, volleyball and basketball courts and swimming lessons. Group exercise classes, personal training and fitness testing also are available at some locations.
• Newport News location: 12650 Jefferson Ave., 875-7525.
• Gloucester location: 7516 Hospital Drive, 804-693-8888. For a list of membership costs, hours and available services, visit
Total Fitness. A 24-hour location at 6120 Jefferson Ave. in Newport News provides personal training, sports-strength camp and sports lifting. For membership and other information, call 827-0629 or totalfitnessclub .com
YMCA. With locations in Hampton, Yorktown, Suffolk and Newport News, these facilities offer more than just aerobic and strength training equipment. Adult recreational basketball and volleyball leagues for men and women are available. Swimming lessons and group exercises also are available at some locations. For phone numbers in your area, visit ymca.net
Give your arms a workout. Whether you want to row for fun or competitively, the choice is yours.
Virginia Rowing Club. Recreational and competitive rowing for men and women in single, four- and eight-person shells. Summer classes for novices. Based in Hampton but open to all Peninsula residents. Meets three times a week in summer, and has monthly races. P.O. Box 9661, Hampton, 23670. varow ing.org
Newport News Rugby Football Club. Practices Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Crittenden Middle School, with games on Saturdays. Brian Whitehead 753-6683. Information: newport newsrugby.com
While you can run anywhere your feet take you, if you like the thrill of competing or training with others, the Colonial Road Runners and the Peninsula Track Club offer plenty of local opportunities.
Trails at any of the parks in Hampton Roads are well maintained and navigable for running from dawn to dusk.
Colonial Road Runners. Based in Williamsburg but serves runners from throughout southeastern Virginia. Organizes races, social events, daily group runs and weekly speed-work interval sessions. Open to men and women of all ages. Many races (each with run/walk between 5 kilometers and 8 miles, often along with 1-mile fun run) held annually in CRR Grand Prix series from March to November. P.O. Box 657, Williamsburg, 23187. Rick Platt, 229-7375. colonialroadrunners .org and rickplatt@ juno.com
Peninsula Track Club. Has about 35 races a year, ranging from 5-kilometer events to half-marathons, including many summer events, along with social events. P.O. Box 11116, Newport News, 23601. Joe Hanney 826-6952. peninsula trackclub.com
Hampton Roads Hash Harriers. Weekly group runs combined with social events. Tidewater, Hobo, Virginia Beach Full Moon, Fort Eustis and Hampton groups. 552-8043.
If being on the water is your style, there are opportunities for you. There are boat rentals, charter and group tours, or if you have your own water craft, boat ramps. The Peninsula is sandwiched by many rivers, including the James, York and Hampton, and the Chesapeake Bay.
Hampton Yacht Club. Private club with docks on the Hampton River. Offers educational programs, monthly meetings, sailing training for adults and seniors, and hosts races. 4707 Victoria Blvd., Hampton. 722-0711. hamptonyc .com
Back Creek Park. Public. Six lighted outdoor hard courts. $2 an hour before 5 p.m., $4 an hour after 5 p.m. Open 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 5-10:30 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Friday. Closed on weekends. 3000 Goodwin Neck Road. For more information, call York County Parks and Recreation. 890-3850.
Centre Court Racquet Club. Semi-private. Eight hard indoor courts. Members play for $20-$24 an hour. Non-members play for $23-$27 an hour. Leagues, lessons, clinics offered. 12445 Warwick Blvd., Newport News. 595-5639.
Hampton Tennis Center. Public. Opens April 1. Seven lighted outdoor clay courts. $5 an hour per court; reservations encouraged. Leagues, lessons, clinics offered. 9 Woodland Road, Hampton. 727-1193.
Hilton Tennis Club. Private. Four outdoor clay courts. 111 Municipal Lane, Newport News. 596-9958.
Huntington Park. Public. 20 asphalt outdoor courts with lights. $2-$2.50 an hour. Leagues and private lessons available. 361 Hornet Circle, Newport News. 247-8587
Kingsmill. Private, but the courts are open to the public. 13 clay courts and two hard courts. Memberships available. Private/group lessons, cardio tennis, tennis 1-2-3, leagues, junior clinics available to the public. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Non-members: singles $36, doubles $48. 931 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg. 253-3945
Howard Mast Tennis Complex. at Lake Meade Landing. Public. 10 hard courts, four lighted. Free. Main Street, Suffolk. Suffolk Tennis Association, 934-7822. staofva.org
McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center. Semiprivate. Six indoor courts. Hours and rates vary. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg. 221-7378
Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center. Private. Three indoor hard courts and six "hydro-clay" outdoor courts. 12650 Jefferson Ave., Newport News. 875-7525
Two Rivers Country Club. Private. Four hard courts (lighted) and six clay courts (four lighted). 1400 Two Rivers Road, Williamsburg. 258-4607
Williamsburg Inn. Semi-private. Memberships available for locals, and courts are available for hotel guests in Colonial Williamsburg. Non-members, $24 an hour. Six clay and two hard courts. Opens near end of March. Teaching pro available and pro shop. Francis Street, Williamsburg. 220-7794.
Windsurfing Enthusiasts of Tidewater. Meetings are the first Thursday of each month on the Peninsula and are announced on sailwet.com. Sailwet .com and windvisions .com Windsurfing instructor: Pete Wells, 851-3224.
Boo Williams SportsPlex. Opened in 2008, 135,000-square-foot sportsplex. Seats 4,000. Eight basketball courts, 12 volleyball courts, eight field hockey fields, competition track surface. Open 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Court rentals available. 5 Armistead Pointe Parkway, Hampton, VA 23666. 637-7300 and boo williamssportsplex.comCopyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times