Enjoy spring break at Virginia State Parks

Spring break is the perfect time to take the family outdoors to relax, unwind and experience nature like never before. 

“You can see the trees starting to bud and flowers in bloom while taking a scenic hike at any Virginia State Park (VSP) location,” said VSP director Dr. Melissa Baker. “Camping locations offer a nighttime glance of the park and its surrounding wildlife. Sleeping under the stars is a unique way to connect with nature.”

Springtime park visits allow for more outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking and bird watching to help shake off those wintertime blues. 

All 41 Virginia State Parks offer self-guided explorations including backpacks with field guides and….

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