VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Rain, rain and more rain. You might think cloudy skies and storms are ruining your summer vacation, but there is so much to do at the beach besides sitting in the sand.
Topgolf Virginia Beach tells News 3 they've seen an increase in foot traffic during rainy days because their business gives families the opportunity to be inside and outside at the same time. You can do an active activity without getting rained on.
Golfers: If your tee time is cancelled, you can still hit a few balls from the comfort of a bay.
Would-be beach-goers admit they are spending more time at restaurants and shops along Atlantic Ave. as they wait for the rain to pass.
Virginia Beach tourism promotes the aquarium, indoor rock climbing, laser tag and indoor go-carting during rainy days, just to name a few.
With more rain in the forecast, you might not be able to hang at the beach, but News 3 is taking action to make sure you are made aware of the other options you have on vacation in Virginia Beach.