Suffolk Seaboard Coastline Trail
Once complete, the Suffolk Seaboard Coastline Trail will span approximately 20 miles of old railroad passes, connecting Chesapeake to Isle of Wight County via Suffolk.
Complete trail segments are open daily from dawn until dusk. Parking and portable restrooms are available at the following trailheads:
- Town Point Trailhead, Bromay Street
- Driver Trailhead, Kings Highway
- Suffolk Seaboard Station Railway Museum, Prentis Street
- Suburban Trail, Suburban Drive
Prentis Street Multi-Use Path
Suburban Drive to Nansemond Parkway (fully constructed)
This leg of the trail extends from Suburban Drive to Nansemond Parkway; Approximately 1.5 miles. This segment has a trailhead at the Suburban Drive entrance. This segment connects multiple communities that are directly along the trail; and is on the direct path of Mack Benn JR. Elementary School.
Driver Village to Chesapeake City Line (fully constructed)
This segment of the trail at 3.5 miles long begins in the historic Driver Village and terminates at the Chesapeake City Line (Western Branch Area). Trailheads are located at the start and terminus of this segment. Flowers, wildlife and a plethora of bird species are abundant along this gorgeous stretch of meandering trail that parallels farmland, open space and a seasonal farmers market in Driver. The Quaker Neck Bridge offers a perfect photo op for walkers, runners and cyclists!
SEGMENTS IN PROGRESS
SEGMENTS IN DEVELOPMENT
Seaboard West Segment
Pitchkettle Road to Kenyon Road (Not yet constructed)
This segment once fully constructed will complete the westward portion of the Suffolk Seaboard Coastline Trail and become the conduit for the Birthplace of America Trail to the South Hampton Roads Regional Trail. Approximately three miles in length, this segment will follow the abandoned railroad bed heading west into the growing Holland section of the city. Seaboard West is not yet funded.