Completed in 2006, this cooperative project with the City of Virginia Beach, totaled approximately $431,383. A grant of $36,000 was provided from the VSRFDF to assist in the improvement of the fishing pier and access walkway. Most common saltwater species may be caught in this area.
The Little Island District Park offers visitors other amenities such as paved parking, handicapped accessible restroom facilities, beach access , sheltered picnic tables with grills, and playground areas.
Little Island Fishing Pier
Directions:The Little Island Fishing Pier at Sandbridge is on the Atlantic Ocean side, just north of the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge
From Norfolk: From I-64 E, take I-264 E (Norfolk/VA Beach Expressway), take Exit#22 and turn right off ramp onto Byrd Neck Rd., turn right onto General Booth Blvd. (VA 615 S), turn left onto Princess Anne Rd (VA 615), turn left onto Sandbridge Rd., turn right to stay on Sandbridge Rd., keep going through the neighborhood until you see the park on the left.
From Suffolk: From I-64 W, take the Indian River Rd. East exit (Exit 286B) and merge onto Indian River Rd., turn a slight left onto Ferrell Pkwy., turn a slight right onto ramp and merge onto Princess Anne Rd. (VA 165 S), turn right onto Princess Anne Rd. (VA 615), turn left onto Sandbridge Rd., turn right to stay on Sandbridge Rd., keep going through the neighborhood until you see the park on the left.
Hours of Operations:
April 15th - October 31st: 5:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m
November 1st - April 14th: 7:00 a.m. - Posted Closing Time*
* Further info
Fishing Pier Fees:
Sightseeing: $1 resident / $2 non-resident
Fishing: $8 resident / $10 non-resident
Weekly pier fishing pass: $25 resident / $35 non-resident
Annual pier fishing pass: $100
*Children 9 and under are free with paying adult (for fishing)
$3/day for Virginia Beach residents
$5/day for non-residents
$10/day for buses/RVs
Seasonal (through Labor Day): $75
4141 Dam Neck Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Phone: (757) 385-4461