Whether you’re planning your first trip to Lake Anna or have decided to search for a home in the area, you’ll want to make sure that one of your first stops at Lake Anna is the Lake Anna State Park! The Lake Anna State Park is 3,127 acres and boasts 10 miles of lake frontage.
The state park has a fishing pond, boat launch, in addition to camping cabin rentals at the state park. The park includes more than 15 miles of trails, with many hiking, biking and horseback riding options. The park often holds programs and exhibits on site including gold panning and guided tours of the Goodwin Gold Mine.
Is there a charge for the Lake Anna State Park? Yes, there is a parking charge for passenger vehicles of $6 on weekdays and $7 on weekends. Prime weekends include an additional $2 charge. If you’re visiting the park and are a Virginia resident, you save $2.
Swimming? Yes, there is a public swimming area at the state park and there is a charge of $3 for those over the age of $13 and $2 for children aged 3-12 during the week. The rates are an additional $1 on weekends.
Can you launch your boat at the Lake Anna State Park? Yes, and it costs just $4 (in addition to the daily parking fee).