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Tucked away in the heart of Virginia’s Piedmont region lies Twin Lakes State Park, an oasis of tranquility. Initially bought from struggling farmers during the great depression, this park still remains an ideal setting for a lakefront camping getaway. Bordered by the expansive Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest, the state park is within proximity to some creature comforts in the towns of Farmville and Burkeville. The City of Richmond sits just about an hour to the northwest. Search for an RV in Prince Edward County and uncover the secrets of central Virginia one campground at a time.
Encompassing 500 acres of the rolling hills and narrow valleys of Virginia, Twin Lakes State Park is a hotbed of outdoor activities. Whether it's some hiking you’re in search of or stargazing and bird watching, the park has a little bit of something for everyone. Situated within the confines of this park lay two lakes that expand the list of activities available even more. What are you waiting for, book a luxury motorhome rental in Green Bay and enjoy the tranquil Virginia experience from the comfort of your home away from home.
Even though the state parks in America keep a lower profile than the renowned National Parks, that doesn’t mean that they have nothing to offer. Twin Lakes State Park is a great example. If you’re into hiking, the park is home to an excellent trail system. Best used between March and November, Twin Lakes Park Loop is a 2.1-mile long trail that snakes its way through the park. Primarily used for running and hiking, the trail is perfect for adventurers of all abilities. Dogs are allowed, but they must be kept on a leash at all times.
After taking a quick run around the trail, why not reward yourself with a refreshing dip in the cool waters of the lake. If you brought the kids along, set aside an afternoon and take them for an angling lesson. If lucky, you’ll be taking a good catch of crappies back to your Twin Lakes State Park motorhome rental for dinner. There is a boat ramp, and the flat water is excellent for beginner kayakers. Don’t worry if you do not have a boat as they do boat rentals.
If you’re into stargazing or night time photography, you’ll love it here. Being a significant distance away from big towns, the light pollution here is at a minimal. Even though hunting is strictly not allowed here, the adjacent Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest allows it. There is a small gift shop, so don’t forget to purchase some souvenirs.
While the RV Park is best suited for small to medium sized RV’s, some of the sites here are big rig friendly so don’t be on tenterhooks if your Green Bay camper rental is enormous. The park features a combination of back-in and pull-thru sites that feature electric and water hookups to make RV camping at Twin Lakes State Park as comfy as possible. Even though there are no sewer hookups, a dump station is included on site.
Additional amenities include showers, restrooms with flush toilets, and fire rings. Firewood will be provided, but please don’t carry firewood from home. Also, you won't need to leave your furry friends at home as pets are allowed.
As soon as you set up your RV rental in Twin Lakes State Park, you should be out and about exploring the nearby attractions. History buffs will have a blast at the Crewe Railroad Museum in the nearby town of Crewe. You’ll be taken for a 30-minute tour of both the indoor and outdoor exhibits, and unlike many museums that prevent visitors to touch artifacts, you’ll get to sit inside a historic train. The kids will be singing about this for ages.
Mainly focused on rescuing the Appaloosa breed, the White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue is worth carving out some free time for a visit, especially with small kids. They will love the pony rides around the farm. Not far from here lies the High Bridge Trail State Park. Be sure to set aside as the experience hiking on the elevated trail is surreal.
When it comes to food, then Burkeville is the place to be. The town is home to eateries that serve cuisines from across the globe. If the Sicilian potatoes don’t excite your taste buds, maybe the lasagna will. However, if the taste buds are feeling patriotic, you can’t go wrong with a classic ribeye coupled with your favorite cold beverage of choice.