VA - Twin Lakes State Park

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  1. we3are1

    we3are1 New Member

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    We stay here every year on Memorial Day weekend with a very large group. This campground has an amazing staff always willing to help us in any way they can. The campground is a bit small only 33 sites but it makes it a more family feeling. The beach area is very clean and has a roped off area for younger children and also has water toys (snake, turtle, lily pads). And you can take your blow up toys to the lifeguard station to have them blown up. Snack shop at the beach has great food and delicious ice cream. Holiday weekends they have music and fun for the kids as well. The bathrooms are always clean (expect an afternoon shutdown cleaning time). The sites are medium sized (large enough for a PU, vechicle and 1 tent. They did a great job last year in leveling off some of the sites. After our memorial day trip this year I will try and let you know what they have done for this year and add a picture or 2.
     
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    hvac1877 Old Dominion Iron Chefs Highland Springs, Va

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    cool hope you guys have fun. That park is on my list to go to!!
     
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    Not much added this year at the campground but it was AWESOME. Staff is so easy to work with. Feel free to take a look at our camping pics. - http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/album.php?aid=185338&id=1520978517&ref=nf
     
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    We just returned from a quiet weekend at Twin Lakes State Park. The sites were spacious and most were fairly level. The bathroom was cleaned daily. Unisex, individual showers and a handicapped restroom and shower provided ample space and plenty of hot water. Since it was after Labor Day, the beach areas, including the concession stand, were closed. Still plenty of hiking to do and after all the rain, lots of cool fungi.

    We didn't take advantage, but a sign in the office said that they had corn hole, volleyball, and horseshoes available free to guests.

    We drove to nearby High Bridge State Park and rode our bikes on the former railroad trail there.

    They are having a Halloween weekend in October, discounts for camping, a contest for the spookiest site, and trick or treating for the kids.
     

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