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Oak Grove Lake Park is located in southeast Virginia close to the towns and cities of Norfolk, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach. Surrounded by the metropolitan area of Chesapeake, Oak Grove Lake Park acts as the perfect break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Visitors can delight in the lakeside recreation Oak Grove Lake Park has to offer and not drive for hundreds of miles to do so. Alongside the great fishing, Oak Grove Lake Park also provides its visitors with ample opportunity for hiking, nature watching, and birding.

This endless list of recreational activities, combined with its closeness to many Virginian cities, makes Oak Grove Lake Park the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made even simpler with interstate 65 running nearby. Rent a camper near Oak Grove Lake Park and see what a park with the perfect blend of nature and city can offer. Search for an RV in Chesapeake to start your Oak Grove Lake Park experience.

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Getting Outdoors

Many of Oak Grove Lake Park’s visitors head to the park to get their angling fix. Fishermen and women can find excellent fishing here without having to venture out of the city. Oak Grove Lake is home to a wide variety of freshwater game fish and off visitor’s fantastic sport. Oak Grove Lake Park campers can try their hand at catching largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, hybrid bass, channel catfish, and crappie. Anglers can fish from wherever along the extensive shore but must remember to present their Virginia fishing license.

If fishing isn't your forte, then there is plenty to do within Oak Grove Lake Park itself. Many come to Oak Grove Lake Park to escape the hecticness of city life and breathe a little fresh air. The perfect way to get the most out of this fresh air is to set off along one of the park’s many trails. One of the most popular trails in the park is the one and a half mile loop, taking hikers around the whole of Oak Grove Lake. This trail is popular with hikers, joggers, and cyclists. The low elevation of the trail means it is perfect for both beginner and seasoned hikers.

Getting outdoors with the family doesn’t have to mean sitting beside the lake fishing or hiking around the park’s greenery. Oak Grove Lake Park also has several fitness stations dotted around the park. These stations will help you keep active and healthy when on your camping trip to Oak Grove Lake Park. From climbing frames to pull up bars, there is something for all fitness levels.

Camping at Oak Grove Lake Park

Those RV camping at Oak Grove Lake Park will struggle to fins camping grounds within the park itself. This isn't too much of a problem as there are a handful of RV campgrounds close to Oak Grove Lake Park. Chesapeake Campground is an ideal place to set up camp. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewage hookups. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower block, laundry service, general store, and swimming pool. There are many pull-thru sites here, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome.

Another choice is to set up camp at North Bay Shore Campground, just east of Oak Grove Lake Park. Full electrical, water, and sewage hookups are also provided here. On-site facilities include a dump station, toilets, and a shower block. Pets are welcome on site but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring the Area

The nearby city of Norfolk is a great place to explore and offers tons of day-tripping and sightseeing opportunities for the entire family. A visit to the Chrysler Museum of Art is not to be missed when in the city of Norfolk. This famous museum boasts an elegant collection of ever-changing exhibits and displays. These exhibits showcase a wide range of art, spanning across many eras and genres. Highlights in the museum include works of art by Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, and Henri Matisse.

Those with interest in all this naval history should not pass up the chance to visit the Hampton Roads Naval Museum in Norfolk. This museum has a plethora of maritime artifacts and collections honoring the Battle of Chesapeake, Civil War battles, the Cold War, and many more. This naval museum is also the official repository of the remains of two Civil War shipwrecks, the USS Cumberland and the USS Florida. This is must-see for any fan of the USA’s military past.

Families traveling with children may wish to visit the Children’s Museum of Virginia, the largest children’s museum in the entire state. Here there is a vast array of interactive exhibits that allow children a hands-on experience when in the museum. This hands-on, learn through play technique will enable children to not only play and enjoy themselves but learn something along the way. This museum is seen as one of the best of its kind, and both children and parents will have a fun-filled day.

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