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CAMPSITE EQUIPMENT SIZE WARNING OCCONEECHEE STATE PARK: Due to campsite and road limitations, this park is strictly enforcing maximum size limitations on their campsites. If you arrive at the park with equipment larger than the site maximums and contrary to what is indicated on your reservation you will be turned away from the park and applicable cancellation fees applied.
Prime Season Cabin Rentals: Prime Season cabin reservations can be booked for less than a week (provided you are within one month of your arrival date) by calling the reservation center at 1 800 933-7275.
OCCONEECHEE STATE PARK, VA
Status: Open year round. Season Dates
81 site(s) found
Occoneechee State Park is on Virginia's largest lake, Buggs Island Lake, also known as John H. Kerr Reservoir. The park features 3.1 miles of walking trails which allow the guest to experience the history of the Occoneechee Indians and plantation life in the 1800s.
The Commonwealth of Virginia began leasing the land for outdoor recreational use from the U.S. Army in 1944. Occoneechee State Park's land remains leased from the Army Corps of Engineers.Size: 2698 acres.
Buggs Island Lake (Kerr Reservoir), 48,000 acres. The Panhandle area is 1,900 acres, and is open for hunting, hiking, biking and nature observation.
Contact Occoneechee State Park for further information.
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Alerts and Important Information
There is a $10 per night per pet fee for cats and dogs for all cabins and lodges (pets are not allowed in the Kiptopeke yurt) and a $5 per night per pet fee for dogs on campsites. Customers making reservations via the web are responsible for visiting the park office to pay all applicable pet fees. Customers may also call the reservation center at 800-933-7275 to pay the applicable pet fees in advance.
Notice for Campers:
LEAVE YOUR FIREWOOD AT HOME!!One of the most important things we can do to protect Virginia's trees and forest diversity is stop moving firewood. New infestations of tree-killing insects and diseases are often first found in campgrounds and parks. Why? Because people have accidently spread invasive species when they brought firewood along with them. In Virginia, there are numerous counties under quarantines, issued by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, due to an invasive insect pest or disease. These quarantines restrict the movement of firewood or wood by products from certain tree species. Moving firewood in violation of a quarantine is a class 1 misdemeanor and upon conviction, you could be subject to; confinement in jail for up to twelve months and a fine of $2,500.00 or both. For more information on areas under quarantine, go to http://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/news/releases-a/062212eabexpand.shtml
PLAY IT SAFE - LEAVE YOUR FIREWOOD AT HOME!!
Getting There:From I-85, take Route 58 West Exit at South Hill. Park is located on Route 58 one mile east of Clarksville. Occoneechee State Park, 1192 Occoneechee Park Road, Clarksville, VA 23927-9449; phone, (434) 374-2210
Mailing Address:OCCONEECHEE STATE PARK
1192 OCCONEECHEE PARK ROAD
CLARKSVILLE VA 23927-9449
Phone Number:Information: (434)374-2210
The events listed here are not intended to be an all inclusive list. Please contact the park for further details.