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Ringed by mature oak, birch, and maple trees, Paradise Lake Family Campground in Virginia is surrounded by lush green woods. The trees are tall and sturdy, perfect for sitting underneath on a balmy summer day with a delicious picnic or a good book. RV camp at Paradise Lake Family Campground to gain access to a serene world of idyllic woods and outdoor adventures. Paradise Lake Family Campground offers several amenities that make RV camping a more comfortable experience. Each site is supplied with a fire ring, which is great for roasting s’mores on a summer evening. Close to the sparkling outdoor pool, you will find a game/rec room stocked with vintage arcade games, billiard tables, and a small DVD library. In addition to restrooms with hot showers, there is also a laundry facility.
Paradise Lake Family Campground also has an on-site camp store stocked with basic RV supplies in addition to food and toiletries, which is great for picking up any forgotten necessities. The private fishing lake, which is strictly catch-and-release, is a great way for a fishing beginner to pick up the basics.
The closest town is Appomattox, which is just under eight miles to the east. The small town of about 2,000 residents is chock-full of history. Several buildings date back to the late 1700s, and it’s easy to imagine what the town looked like during that time. There are a handful of shops, fast-food restaurants, and a Walmart store. For more variety in shopping options and a medical center with emergency services, Lynchburg is 15 miles west. Book an RV in Appomattox County, and prepare to embark on an RV camping adventure.
In the heart of Virginia’s mountains, there are several state parks and state forests in the area that invites outdoor recreation fun. Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest covers almost 20,000 acres of gently rolling mountains and picturesque valleys. There are over 20 miles of multi-use trails open to hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Horse owners, take note: all riders must have proof of a negative Coggins test result on hand and be prepared to show it if asked. The trails meander through tall second-growth woods, passing by ancient ruins of homesteads. The outline of foundations, which were typically constructed out of stone, are often still visible. Some of the homesteads also have small cemeteries, which hints at the harsh life in the early settlers' days.
During the appropriate seasons, hunting is permitted. All hunters must have a Virginia hunting license and observe the restrictions and bag limits. During the season, hunters may target a variety of small game creatures like grouse, pheasants, rabbits, waterfowls, and turkeys. Deer and bear hunting is also allowed, though permits for bears are very limited because they are still scarce in the area. Trout fishing, too, is permitted year-round; however, in between October and May, there is a catch-and-release restriction. During the summer months, fishermen may keep - or eat - their catches, though.
Neighboring park, Holliday Lake State Park, boasts a small lake with a boat ramp. Visitors may use it to unload small craft boats like paddleboats, kayaks, and canoes. If adventurers want to hit the water, there are small, non-powered boats available for rent at the park office, too. Fishing is abundant, and anglers can expect to catch largemouth bass, chain pickerel, crappie, bluegill, and catfish. Holliday Lake State Park also has six miles of established trails, which covers a few miles of woods apiece. Heads up: although these trails are open to horseback riding, the parking lots in this park prohibit horse trailers. Riders may access these trails via a connecting trail found in Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest, though.
Virginia teems with history and old-world charm, and this region is no exception. Hop into a rental motorhome and explore the small rural towns that dot the backwoods of Virginia. Search for the perfect gift shop at which a souvenir of this RV camping trip could be found. Or embark on a wine tour. Grapevines thrive in Virginia’s rich soil, and there are dozens of wonderful wineries with delicious wines for visitors to sample. Veritas Vineyard and Winery, near Afton, is a family-run affair whose wines have garnered several awards and medals.
When you are looking for a little family-friendly fun, in Natural Bridge, VA, is Virginia Safari Park, which is the only drive-through zoo. Visitors can observe animals roaming an open area from the safety of their vehicles. The brave guests can also choose to feed these wild critters, which include llamas, buffalo, elk, giraffes, emus, and yaks.
Whether your goal is the perfect outdoor hiking and travel trailer camping or learning about the history of Virginia, you’ll find it all by Airstream camping at Paradise Lake Family Campground.