Surrounded by two lakes in the heart of Central Virginia, Twin Lakes State Park is an ideal setting for a variety of lakefront activities. Visitors can enjoy swimming, camping, fishing, biking, canoeing and six miles of hiking trails along the Prince Edward Lake, Goodwin Lake and neighboring trail in Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest.
Well-appointed cabins and lodge, featuring an English Tudor exterior, are furnished with the comforts of home. Three have a view of Prince William Lake. Each cabin features a screened porch with rocking chairs, deck, picnic table, pedestal grill and kitchen.
The park has thirty-four campsites many with electric and water hookups. Each campsite has a fire ring with grill cover and a bathhouse is available.
Goodwin Lake offers a beach with a bathhouse and “The Spot” a 1950s theme snack bar featuring premium hand-dipped ice cream and gift shop. Rowboats and canoes are available for rent year-round.
Nature hikes, canoe trips, stargazing, campfire and children programs are just a few nature and environment programs offered during the summer. During the month of June, park visitors will have the opportunity to learn how to prospect for gold and try their hand at panning for gold. If you’re into stargazing, the Crewe Astronomy Club will be at the park on Saturday, June 19th to offer a program on astronomy.