State Parks in Virginia

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State Parks

Bear Creek Lake State Park, VA

219 RV rentals

Situated in Cumberland County, Virginia is Bear Creek Lake State Park. The state park runs over 326 acres and was built in 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps after the Virginia Department of Agriculture requested a project be done to help highlight the local forests.

The park is known for its 40-acre Sylvan Lake which is used for boating and swimming. It’s also located next to the Cumberland State Forest which spans about 36,000 acres making it a great spot for state park RV camping. This state park is also a short drive away from Charlottesville and Richmond.

Breaks Interstate Park, VA

109 RV rentals

The southern portion of the Appalachian Mountains is lush with green woodlands, mountainous terrain, and breathtaking views. About three hours east of Lexington, KY, three and a half hours west of Roanoke, VA, in the heart of the Jefferson National Forest, you’ll find Breaks Interstate Park. This 4,500-acre park is one of only two interstate parks in the country jointly managed by two state park departments.

In 1767, legendary explorer Daniel Boone discovered this area for himself. He named it Breaks because of the “break” in the mountains which came as a much-needed relief after hiking through the Appalachians. The biggest draw to the park is that very gorge, which has been carved over centuries by the Russell …

Bull Run Regional Park, VA

498 RV rentals

The state of Virginia is home to scenic Bull Run Regional Park located in the town of Centreville and not too far from Leesburg. Doubling up as a great spot for a motorhome camping trip, Bull Run Regional Park covers close to 1568-acres of land and is operated by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority. Just off Interstate 66, the park lies within the Bull Run – Occoquan Stream Valley and is dotted with several tree-lined meadows along the scenic Bull Run stream. Renting a motorhome is a convenient way of getting around the area, and you’ll find a huge selection of affordable RV rentals in Fairfax County. 

Offering a range of recreational activities for visitors to indulge in, …

Burke Lake Park, VA

518 RV rentals

Virginia is blessed with stunning outdoors, making it a great state for motorhome camping trips. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to all corners of the state to make the most of the great outdoors. One such corner is located in Fairfax Station and happens to be the Burke Lake Park. Home to the scenic Burke Lake, the park covers over 880-acres, including the 218-acre Burke Lake. Owned by the Fairfax County Park Authority, the park is pretty close to Burke and Springfield. Renting a travel trailer is an easy way of moving around, and for visitors without their rig, RV rentals in Fairfax County make it easy to explore the surrounding areas. 

RV camping at Burke Lake Park is a good …

Chippokes Plantation State Park, VA

265 RV rentals

The site of one of the oldest continually farmed plantations anywhere in the country, Chippokes Plantation State Park is a historic and beautiful destination for a motorhome camping vacation. Located in Surry, Virginia, this 1,947-acre park sits on the banks of the James River.

Enjoy a glimpse of what life was like in the 17th century and make the most of the excellent hiking, fishing, and boating opportunities on offer. When you're ready to set up camp for the night, you can park your campervan rental in the Chippokes Plantation State Park Campground.

It's a scenic, shaded, and peaceful place to spend a few nights or more, so let's take a closer look at how to plan the perfect …

Claytor Lake State Park, VA

160 RV rentals

If your idea of the perfect vacation involves swimming, fishing, camping, and a whole lot of time spent in the great outdoors, you'll love Claytor Lake State Park. Located near Dublin in southwestern Virginia, less than an hour out of Roanoke, this 472-acre park is a true delight for anyone who enjoys outdoor recreation.

Situated on the shores of 4,500-acre Claytor Lake, this beautiful park offers excellent swimming and boating opportunities, not to mention an impressive network of hiking trails. Throw in a large family campground as well and it soon becomes obvious that Claytor Lake State Park is the ideal spot for an RV camping getaway. Keep reading to find out what to do and where to stay so …

Douthat State Park, VA

65 RV rentals

Nestled among spectacular mountain scenery and boasting a long list of amenities and attractions, Douthat State Park might just be heaven on Earth for RV campers. Located in the Allegheny Mountains, around an hour-and-a-half west of Charlottesville, this beautiful park was opened way back in 1936 as one of the first state parks in Virginia.

It offers 40 miles of hiking trails, excellent trout fishing, a sandy swimming beach, kids' playgrounds and a whole lot more. Even better, it offers four scenic campgrounds with a combined total of 87 sites. RVs are more than welcome, so search for an RV in Bath County and start planning your Douthat State Park camping getaway.

Fairy Stone State Park, VA

225 RV rentals

While Fairy Stone State Park might be famous for being home to the legendary stones after which it is named, there's much more for campers to enjoy in this beautiful area than just staurolite.

Located 20 minutes northeast of Stuart in southern Virginia, this 4,700-acre park also boasts excellent swimming, fishing, boating, and hunting opportunities, as well as a scenic ten-mile trail network. If you like relaxing or getting active in the great outdoors, you'll find plenty to enjoy during your stay here.

And with plenty of RV-friendly campsites to choose from, Fairy Stone State Park is the ideal spot for a magical RV camping getaway.

First Landing State Park, VA

217 RV rentals

When the first English settlers landed in Virginia in 1607, they came ashore on the site now known as First Landing State Park. Located in the beautiful coastal surroundings of Virginia Beach, this 2,888-acre park is an important historic site — but it boasts great camping and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation as well.

When you camp in an RV at First Landing State Park, you can swim in Chesapeake Bay, hike 20 miles of trails, enjoy excellent fishing, or just relax amid beautiful natural scenery. It's a park with plenty to offer for campers young and old, so let's take a closer look at the activities and attractions you can enjoy when you visit this iconic site.

Fountainhead Regional Park, VA

510 RV rentals

The state of Virginia welcomes you to the Fountainhead Regional Park on the banks of the Occoquan Reservoir. Perfect for a motorhome camping trip, Fountainhead Regional Park occupies close to 2000-acres and is located between Fairfax Station and Clifton in the northern part of the state. About 27 miles away is the country’s capital city, Washington, DC. Renting a travel trailer is a preferred way of moving around the area, and for visitors without their own rig, RV rentals in Fairfax County make it easy to explore the surrounding areas. 

With a terrain made up of rolling hills, dense forests, and a stream that flows into the Potomac River, adventure enthusiasts have much to look forward to when camping …