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In Virginia's 37 State Parks you can reconnect with settler history, discover millennia old fossils and come face to face with exciting wildlife. From the Appalachian mountain range to gem-like lakes and the wild Potomac River, Virginia's landscapes are as mind-bendingly grand as they are diverse and intriguing. Learn about Native American life and walk in the footsteps of Pochahontas. Venture through Natural Tunnel State Park's awe-inspiring railroad passage and hike the crests of the mighty Breaks.

State Parks in Virginia: Top Accommodations

House Mineral
May 4 - May 11
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$491
$250 per night
House ∙ 12 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms

Beautiful House in Mineral with Patio, Yard & Grill + Lake Views

4.6
Excellent (48 ratings)
Mineral, Louisa County, Virginia
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Apartment Buckroe Beach
May 25 - Jun 1
$112 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Rental Apartment in Buckroe Beach with Patio, Grill & Yard

4.5
Excellent (27 ratings)
Buckroe Beach, Hampton, Virginia
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Castle Stanardsville
Jul 27 - Aug 3
$81 per night
Castle ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Nice Castle in Stanardsville with Grill, Patio & Sauna

4.4
Very good (6 ratings)
Stanardsville, Greene County, Virginia
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Best Virginia State Parks for Families

Best Virginia State Parks for Families

Swim in gin-clear water, discover First Landing heritage and find the real Pochohontas at these family-friendly parks:

  • 1. First Landing State Park

    First Landing is a family favorite because it offers visitors so many exciting activities in a stretch of serene nature that stretches for nearly 3,000 acres. Boat or fish on the lake, enjoy a picnic in the picnic area or swim. There are also numerous cycling trails, as well as a beach to relax on. Children will be thrilled by the playground and fascinated by the displays on Indian society that line the Cape Henry Trail. Chesapeake Bay Center boasts fascinating displays on the First Landing.

  • 2. Pocahontas State Park

    You have seen the Disney movie now visit the park for Pochahontas Premieres concerts and family entertainment at a 2,000 seat amphitheater. 64 miles of trails are joined by a museum dedicated to the workers who helped build the state park system. Leisure pools, complete with slides and toddler areas and nature and history programs spell endless entertainment.

  • 3. Hungry Mother State Park

    Besides its wonderful name, Hungry Mother is known for its sandy beaches and water sports rentals (fishing, canoes, kayaks, paddleboarts). Families can also enjoy hiking and biking trails and retell the story of Hungry Mother and the Native American raid on a local settlement.

Best Places to Stay for State Parks in Virginia

House First Landing State Park
Sep 27 - Oct 4
$547 per night
House ∙ 12 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Beautiful Vacation Home in Northeast Virginia Beach with Grill & Patio + Next to Beach

4.9
Outstanding (166 ratings)
First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
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House First Landing State Park
Dec 20 - Dec 27
$450 per night
House ∙ 9 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Beautiful Vacation Home in Northeast Virginia Beach with Patio, Grill & Yard

5.0
Outstanding (10 ratings)
First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
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House First Landing State Park
Dec 20 - Dec 27
$187 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Northeast Virginia Beach with Grill, Yard & Patio

4.8
Outstanding (115 ratings)
First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
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Best Virginia State Parks for Hiking

Best Virginia State Parks for Hiking

Follow the legendary Appalachian Trail, discover the Grand Canyon of the South and more when you hike in these Virginian State Parks:

  • 1. Breaks Interstate Park

    Back in 1767 the intrepid Daniel Boone was purportedly the first European to discover the Breaks. Sometimes called 'the Southern Grand Canyon', this verdant swoop of valley is a dramatic sight and well worth negotiating the steep hiking trails to see. There are 25 miles of trails, plus trails for mountain biking and horse riding. World class rock climbing and hydro biking on Laurel Lake are among the park's other attractions.

  • 2. Appalachian Trail

    Perhaps one of the country's most scenic hiking trails is right here in Virginia, though it runs all the way from Georgia to Maine some 2,200 miles in total. The Virginian stretch includes the soaring Mount Rogers and plenty of whispering sub-alpine forest. Spot American black bear, timber rattlesnake, elk and beaver species.

  • 3. Westmoreland State Park

    Collect fossilized shark teeth along the Potomac River. Spot American bald eagles, kingfishers and ospreys soaring over the park as you hike its extensive trail system. Explore the Northern Neck of the river, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are plenty of facilities for fishing and boating as well.

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House Douthat State Park
Jul 27 - Aug 3
$163 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

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Douthat State Park, Williamsville, Virginia, United States
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Best Virginia State Parks for Adventure Sports

Best Virginia State Parks for Adventure Sports

From new sports like fairy stone finding to trout fishing on Dothat's lake and biking and horseback riding near Lake Anna, Virginia is a great state for sports-fans:

  • 1. Lake Anna State Park

    Lake Anna is one of Virginia's most popular with sports fans. When it comes to water sports, this large lake can provide. A bathhouse and boat launch facilitate your boat trips. What's more, there are biking and horseback riding facilities and trails and you can even pan for gold after learning about the mine's history at the Visitor Center, or on guided tours of the Goodwin Gold Mine.

  • 2. Fairy Stone State Park

    Besides the legend of the fairy stones, this park is known for its 168 acre lake, which melts into the Philpott Reservoir. That's a lot of space to play on. The park offers exceptional facilities for water sports fans, such as boats of all kinds, from paddleboats to kayaks, plus an equestrian center, outdoor playground and numerous hiking and biking trails. All this, just minutes from Blue Ridge Parkway.

  • 3. Douthat State Park

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Douthat has a lengthy history as a park packed with adventure. Snuggled in some of the state's most breathtaking scenery, its mountain-overlooked 50 acre lake is skipping with trout and there are plenty of boat rentals and bike trails to explore. What's more, there are playgrounds and picnic areas, an amphitheater and even a restaurant from which you can look out on the lake.

Top Offers for State Parks in Virginia

Cabin Hungry Mother State Park
May 25 - Jun 1
$171 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cabin in Marion with Yard, Patio & Grill

4.0
Very good (2 ratings)
Hungry Mother State Park, Park, Virginia, United States
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House Hungry Mother State Park
Aug 17 - Aug 24
$159 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Pleasant Vacation Home in Marion with Grill, Patio & Yard + Spectacular View

5.0
Outstanding (32 ratings)
Hungry Mother State Park, Park, Virginia, United States
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House Hungry Mother State Park
$304 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Marion

4.9
Outstanding (20 ratings)
Hungry Mother State Park, Park, Virginia, United States
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🥳 Busiest month February
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🌡️ Hottest months July and June
❄️ Coldest months 28 °F in February and January
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