Virginia State Parks remain open for day-use activities

Gov. Ralph Northam has announced effective Friday, March 27, overnight facilities and restrooms at Virginia State Parks will be closed through April 30 as part of the Commonwealth’s continued response to slow the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The closure includes all overnight facilities such as cabins, campgrounds, camping cabins and yurts, as well as restrooms and bathhouses. 

Reservations will be canceled and reservation holders will automatically receive refunds. 

Meanwhile, Virginia State Parks remain open as an essential good to the general public for day-use activities such as hiking, biking, wildlife viewing and exercise. Staff will be available by phone if…[to-view-more]