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Recreation

Natural Tunnel State Park

If you want all the outdoor fun of a state park along, with some wonderful modern amenities, then Natural Tunnel State Park is a perfect choice. Natural Tunnel State Park, located in Scott County about 13 miles from Gate City, boasts nearly 1,000 acres of trails, camping sites and beautiful cabins. (more…)

False Cape state park

False Cape State Park Visitor Tips

False Cape State  is a rustic park that offers many choices for those who love outdoor activities.

The park also has a rich history and offers a strong educational program. These two features help False Cape State Park to stand out. (more…)

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Wilderness Road State Park

Wilderness Road State Park

In 1775, Daniel Boone followed a buffalo trail and created a route that would become known as Wilderness Road.

Today, a state park in southwestern Virginia of the same name runs alongside Boone’s route and provides a glimpse into the past. Visitors can trace the historic trail as they enjoy hiking, cycling and other activities. (more…)

Sky Meadows State Park

Sky Meadows State Park

Sky Meadows State Park is a 1,864-acre park in the Shenandoah Valley that has something for everyone with enjoys outdoor recreation.

With seven miles of horse riding trails, 17 miles of hiking trails and an overlap with the Appalachian Trail, those seeking a vigorous workout will not be disappointed. (more…)

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Shenandoah River

Shenandoah River State Park

The Shenandoah River State Park stretches a breath taking 1,619 acres of gorgeous views and beautiful landscape.

The park, open daily from 8 a.m. to dusk, is located in Warren County, just eight miles south of Fort Royal, Virginia. Shenandoah River Raymond is off of Rt. 340 in Bentonville, just eight miles north of Lurray, VA. Click here for location specific directions. (more…)

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Belle Isle

Belle Isle State Park

One of the great things about Virginia state parks is that many of them have a unique feature that makes them worth a visit. Belle Isle is no exception.

The special draw of this state park is the Bel Air House, a colonial reproduction that features replicas of period furnishings and is available for rent. (more…)

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Bear Creek Lake beach

Bear Creek Lake Park in Central Virginia

Bear Creek Lake in Central Virginia is less than an hour west of Richmond and surrounded by the 16,000-acre Cumberland State Forest.

The park’s 40-acre lake offers a boat launch, fishing pier, boat rentals and swimming beach. Other amenities in the 326-acre park include camping, cabins, a meeting facility, an archery range, lakeside picnicking, playgrounds, hiking and access to a 14-mile multi-use trail in the state forest. (more…)

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