Whether heading out of town or “staycationing” over spring break, Virginia State Parks are perfect for family-friendly fun.
April 7-23, all 37 Virginia state parks will offer self-guided and ranger-led programs to help visitors learn about the outdoors and spend time in nature.
State parks offer something for all types of outdoor lovers looking to enjoy the weather, from playgrounds and picnic tables to campgrounds and cabins. The award-winning parks offer more than 1,800 campsites and 300 cabins.
Call (800) 933-7275 for information or to make a reservation or book online any time.
To learn about state park activities and events year-round, visit the Virginia State Parks searchable database, at this link:
“It’s never too late to begin a family tradition in a state park,” said Virginia State Parks Director Craig Seaver. “With park information on our website, we try to make it as easy as possible to plan a visit. And when you arrive, our dedicated rangers are here to make your trip enjoyable and memorable. There are so many ways to enjoy the outdoors in a state park and there’s no better time than spring break.”