Get your sea legs while staying in luxury lodges near Irvington. Located in Virginia’s Northern Neck, this quaint colonial village used to thrive as a one of the steamboat towns. Sitting on the shores of Carter’s Creek, it offers visitors a variety of activities on the water. Sailing schools are abound, and boats can be moored on public marinas for a fee. The Steamboat Museum gives visitors a glimpse of the romantic days when goods and travelers alike were brought in by these crafts. More of a landlubber? Hundreds of trails can be explored through foots, bike, or horseback. Head off for an after round of golf, and cap it off in a local watering hole before sitting down to a delicious seafood meal in one of Irvington’s many restaurants offering fresh catches from the day.