14 Best Places to Live in Virginia

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4) Suffolk

Suffolk is the southernmost city on the list. It is also the largest in size. Because of this, Suffolk is chock full of wildlife and natural settings. Key points of interest can be found throughout the city. The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place to bird watch and see wildlife up close. Another local favorite is Sleepy Hole Park where families spend the summer canoeing or kayaking on the large lake, cooking out and watching the kids play at the playground. There are no lack of good restaurants in this diverse city. Looking for terrific donuts? Look no further than the fun and eclectic O’DoodleDoo’s Donut shop, a town favorite. Another perk to living in Suffolk is its proximity to Virginia Beach (another top city to live in) and North Carolina. There are numerous beautiful beaches to enjoy within only a short driving distance to the south.

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