Does lake Anna have a campground?

Lake Anna State Park has 22 total campsites with varied amenities. Choose from a basic campsite or one with water and electric hook ups. All of Lake Anna State Park’s campsites are on a gravel surface.

How much does it cost to camp at lake Anna?

Standard campsites (up to 6 occupants): $10 per reservation, includes horse stalls. Camping Cabins: $10 if cancelled more than 30 days before the scheduled arrival, $10 per night within the last 30 days.

Are there alligators in lake Anna VA?

In addition to alligators, the lake has been a draw for local anglers (the lake reportedly has over 30 species of fish including large-mouth bass, striped bass, walleye, catfish, crappie, bluegill, and white and yellow perch) as well as retirees and families looking for a laid-back vacation.

Is it safe to swim in lake Anna?

People and pets are advised to avoid swimming, windsurfing and stand-up-paddle-boarding, as well as other activities that pose a risk of ingesting water. Follow-up monitoring above Route.

Is Lake Anna water radioactive?

Discharge into the lake creates a “hot side” on the southern edge of Lake Anna. The “hot” refers to just the temperature of the water; there is no additional radioactivity in it.

What is the deepest part of Lake Anna?

24 m
Lake Anna/Max depth

What is the cleanest lake in Virginia?

Here’s more on what you can expect from your visit to Lake Moomaw, the clearest lake in Virginia. Located near the border of West Virginia, Lake Moomaw is a stunning mountain lake where the opportunities for adventure are nearly endless.

Is it safe to eat fish from Lake Anna VA?

On Lake Anna, carp, largemouth bass, striped bass, white catfish, channel catfish and bluegills should be eaten no more than twice a month. Eat smaller fish, because they have not accumulated as many PCBs in fatty tissues. Eat fish from different bodies of water, since PCB levels vary by location.

Is Lake Anna Open 2021?

The park is open 7 a.m. to dusk. The park office is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The visitor center is closed at this time. Unguarded swimming is available. The park does not offer boat or equipment rentals of any kind.

Which side of Lake Anna is best?

One of the differences in value of Lake Anna property is the North and South end of the lake. The North end of the lake where the tributaries and rivers run into the lake can get muddy and stay muddier longer than the south end where the water is deeper and clearer and more blue.

Where is Lake Anna State Park in VA?

The park lies adjacent to Route 601 off Route 208, 25 miles southwest of Fredericksburg and 60 miles northwest of Richmond. Lake Anna State Park, 6800 Lawyers Road, Spotsylvania, VA 22551-9645; Phone: (540) 854-5503

Is there linen at Lake Anna State Park?

Update As a COVID-19 response, effective immediately Virginia State Parks are no longer providing linen for our cabin and lodge reservations. Details here. This supersedes all reference to linens noted on specific sites. The land in Lake Anna State Park used to be known as “Gold Hill” and contained the Goodwin Gold Mine.

Is there a boat rental at Lake Anna?

The park does not offer boat or equipment rentals of any kind. Campsites, yurts, camping cabins, cabins and lodges are available for rent. Parking is limited and the park must close regularly due to capacity on the weekends; guests should plan on arriving early.

When to check in at Lake Anna State Park?

Check-in is at 4 p.m.; check-out is at 10 a.m. Pick up the access code at the park office. Late arrivals should call the park ahead of time during office hours, Monday through Friday, to get the access code. Cabins 1, 2 and 3 have no view of the lake.