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State Parks Across Virginia

Hungry Mother State Park

Hungry Mother State Park, located in southwestern Virginia, has a story as unique as its name.

Breaks Interstate Park

As the name implies, Breaks Interstate State Park is located within the borders of two different states.

Smith Mountain Lake

Smith Mountain Lake State Park is a wonderful place to visit, especially for a summer getaway.

First Landing State Park

First Landing State Park is located in Virginia Beach and is one of the most popular parks in the state.

Bear Creek Lake Park

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

Occoneechee State Park

Occoneechee State Park, located on Buggs Island Lake, is named for Native Americans who lived in the area for hundreds of years.

Mason Neck State Park

The wetlands, ponds, and open fields of Mason Neck State Park make it an ideal location for observing and studying wildlife.

Staunton River Battlefield State Park

Staunton River Battlefield State Park is a site important to the history of the Civil War.

Sailor’s Creek Battlefield State Park

Sailor’s Creek Battlefield State Park, located in the heart of Central Virginia, commemorates a battle pivotal to the history of the United States.

Staunton River State Park

Staunton River State Park offers plenty to do in and out of the water, making it an attractive park choice for children and and adults alike.

Shot Tower Historical State Park

Shot Tower Historical State Park has a history hundreds of years old.

Leesylvania State Park

Located in Prince William County in Northern Virginia, Leesylvania State Park is easy to get to for city and country dwellers alike.

Holliday Lake State Park

Located in the heart of the Appomattox- Buckingham State Forest, Holliday lake is equipped with picnic tables, grills, fishing and swimming areas, and a hiking trail- everything needed for a memorable day outdoors.

Grayson Highlands State Park

Grayson Highlands State Park offers some of the most beautiful views in all of Virginia state parks.

High Bridge Trail State Park

High Bridge Trail State Park is not a typical state park. Visitors will not find overnight facilities or a wide variety of activities, but what they will find is enough to keep them coming back.

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