New Buckroe Fishing Pier
The new Buckroe Beach Fishing Pier replaces the old wooden fishing pier destroyed by Hurricane Isabel in 2003. The City of Hampton rebuilt and operates the pier and it opened for business on May 30th 2009. Construction began March 14th 2008 and is in the same location as the previous pier, it measures 709 feet in length and is 16 feet wide, it includes restrooms, a snack bar, and a bait shop. The pier is constructed with concrete pilings and beams with wooden decking and railings which should help it withstand heavy winter storms and hurricanes. The estimated cost of rebuilding the pier was approximately 4.1 million and the pier is already gaining a reputation for it’s excellent Cobia fishing.
Posted on November 9, 2011, in Hampton, Virginia and tagged B Payden Photography, Buckroe Beach, Chesapeake Bay, Cobia, fishing pier, Hampton, Hampton Roads, Hurricane Isabel, Virginia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.