Come on out forDouthat State Park'sStewardship Virginia Waterways Cleanup Day September 17th!
The Canoe Tour is $5
This event is perfect for 4-H clubs, scouts, church groups, civic organizations, families, and community volunteers wanting to participate in cleanup projects and promote the stewardship of our watersheds.
Activities include stream and trail cleanup activities, children's programs and a canoe tour ($5) from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Discovery Center, boat dock, and Wilson Creek.
For park information call 540-862-8100. More about Stewardship Virginia here.
OVERNIGHT FACILITIES:Cabins, camping.For information on availability of overnight accommodations, particular park amenities or to make a reservation, you canClick here for park fees.
There are 35 cabins atDouthat State Park, make it an overnight adventure!
LOCATION:From I-64, take Exit 27 near Clifton Forge. Turn North onto State Route 629 (highway at exit ramp). Travel north three miles to the park entrance sign and another two miles to the park office.
Drive Time:Northern Virginia, four hours; Tidewater/Norfolk/Virginia Beach, five hours; Richmond, three hours; Roanoke, one hour
Click herefor a Google map. Latitude, 37.896054. Longitude, -79.809300.
CONTACT INFO:Douthat State Park, 14239 Douthat State Park Road, Millboro, VA 24460; Phone: (540) 862-8100; emaildouthat. Learn more about park offerings by calling1-800-933-PARKor e-mailingresvs. Be sure to specify the park of interest.
To learn about more events in the Alleghany Highlands area of Virginiaclick here.Douthat is open year-round, we hope you will come out and enjoy the park and the Fall events in the area!