Welcome to Our Neighborhood!
Woodlake Crossing is a well-established neighborhood with an active homeowner association and a reputation for safety and community involvement. The neighborhood, first established in May 1986, is situated on the southeastern end of York County (population 57,000) and consists of 248 homes, a common grounds park, and a 16-acre lake. Within 30 minutes of Woodlake lay the cities of Poquoson, Newport News, Hampton, Norfolk, Williamsburg, and Smithfield. Yorktown, site of the famous Revolutionary War battlefield, is the county seat (www.co.york.va.us) and an easy 20-minute drive north along the George Washington Parkway (Hwy 17). Tabb High School, Tabb Middle School, Tabb Elementary School and Coventry Elementary School are all within an easy two miles. The area is also dotted with some of the best and oldest colleges and universities in the nation.
Outstanding shopping, dining, and outdoor recreational opportunities make Tidewater a very attractive area to live and play, and Woodlake Crossing is centrally located to it all. For the boating and water enthusiast, there is easy access to the York River, James River, Chesapeake Bay, and Atlantic Ocean. If you like the great outdoors but with less water, there are 25 golf courses on and around the Virginia Peninsula. Also, you can visit some of the area�s 150 parks, historical sites, and museums such as the Colonial National Historical Park in Yorktown, Colonial Williamsburg in Williamsburg, the Mariners' Museum and Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, and the Virginia Air and Space Museum in Hampton. As for shopping, there are two large malls within 15 minutes and within 45 minutes you can visit the Pottery west of Williamsburg, the MacArthur Center in Norfolk, and the Lynnhaven Mall in Virginia Beach.
Common property within the neighborhood is owned by the Woodlake Crossing Homes Association. The Association is managed by a Board of Directors consisting of five neighbors elected by the general membership (homeowners). The members serve for three years and meet once a month to discuss issues, set fees, and in general take whatever action is deemed necessary to protect the value of the community. About once each month the Association will publish its local newspaper called the Current. The Current is an excellent source of general information and provides the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of the Board members.
This page was last updated March 29, 2006