Introduction to Virginia state parks

Some generalities about Virginia state parks, known for trails, mountains, etc, then list them out.


Douthat State Park

Park Address: 14239 Douthat State Park Rd, Millboro, VA 24460

Park Description: Douthat State Park is a state park located in the Allegheny Mountains in Virginia.

Douthat State Park Visitors Guide


Shenandoah River State Park

Park Address: 350 Daughter of Stars Dr, Bentonville, VA 22610

Park Description: The park was established in 1994, and covers 1,619 acres along the South Fork Shenandoah River.

Shenandoah River State Park Visitors Guide


Staunton River State Park

Park Address: 1170 Staunton Trail, Scottsburg, VA 24589

Park Description: The park is named for the Staunton River, which forms part of its boundary.  

Staunton River State Park Visitors Guide


Natural Tunnel State Park

Park Address: 1420 Natural Tunnel Pkwy, Duffield, VA 24244

Park Description: Natural Tunnel State Park is a Virginia state park, centered on the Natural Tunnel, a massive naturally formed cave that is so large it is used as a railroad tunnel.

Natural Tunnel State Park Visitors Guide 

Grayson Highlands State Park

Park Address: Grayson Highland Ln, Mouth of Wilson, VA 24363

Park Description: The park was established in 1965 and contains a total of 4,502 acres

Grayson Highlands State Park Visitors Guide 

Breaks Interstate Park

Park Address: 627 Commission Cir, Breaks, VA 24607

Park Description:  The canyon was formed by the Russell Fork river through millions of years of erosion

Breaks Interstate Park Visitors Guide

First Landing State Park

Park Address: 2500 Shore Dr, Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Park Description: The park includes cabins, areas for camping, fishing, and swimming, a public beach, and over 19 miles (31 km) of trails for hiking and biking.

First Landing State Park Visitors Guide

Natural Bridge State Park 

Park Address: 6477 S Lee Hwy, Natural Bridge, VA 24578

Park Description: Natural Bridge is a geological formation in Rockbridge County, Virginia, comprising a 215-foot-high natural arch with a span of 90 feet.

Natural Bridge State Park Visitors Guide