"Dogs allowed to stay in cabins with well behaved Parents!"
Ready to hit the road to go to my favorite state park!
My daughters are now back in school and I turned around to see our dog laying there forlorn. Earlier today she went outside and rolled in "something" and came back wagging her tail. I call it her "yearly-back-to-school-rebellion."
One thing that makes her happy is our annual vacation at a Virginia State Parks!
We have a goal as a family, as many of the readers of this blog and Facebook friends do, to visit each and every one of the 35 here for a map of all 35). We began this journey before we bought the Virginia State Parks Monopoly game, and now we are more determined than ever to see it to the finish! Of course on occasion we visit the same park numerous times, just because we really really love it there!
So all that to say, you can bring your dog to a Virginia State Parks.
Dogs love Virginia State Parks too!
Family fun includes the family dog
Fun on the shore around Buggs Island Lake at Occoneechee State Park
Cleaning up after your pet is required at Virginia State Parks
Click hereto check on availability and to reserve online or call800-933-7275Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Click here to view a PDF of rates for cabins and fees, in season/dates.
here for more info on cabins with floor plans and general information.
Click herefor photos of Virginia State Park cabins, which vary greatly from park to park. Note that not all of the cabins pictured on Flickr may be rented. Many are historical features.
*Note dogs must remain on leash while visiting the parks, our dog is on a leash at all times while on state park property, even while kayaking. (The first image was leaving home and going to our favorite VA State Park)