Here’s everything you need to know about camping at Lake Anna State Park.
Your Guide to Camping at Lake Anna State Park
There are so many exciting outdoor activities to do at Lake Anna State Park. Whether you’re hiking the trails, kayaking the freshwater lake or simply lounging on the beach, there’s plenty to fill your day. Make your visit to Lake Anna State Park an overnight trip by camping at the scenic park.
While you can stay in a cabin, lodge or one of the other accommodations at Lake Anna State Park, there’s nothing like a good, old fashioned camping trip. Here’s everything you need to know about camping at Lake Anna State Park.
Lake Anna State Park Campsites
Lake Anna State Park has 22 total campsites with varied amenities. Choose from a basic campsite or one with water and electric hook ups.
All of Lake Anna State Park’s campsites are on a gravel surface. All tents must fit on a 19×24 foot tent pad.
All campsites are conveniently located to restrooms with hot-water showers, fire rings, picnic tables and lantern holders.
Types of Campsites
Standard (STD) sites do not have any hook ups.
Electric and Water (E/W) sites have both electric and water hook ups for various equipment.
Lake Anna State Park Camping Fees
A $5 non-refundable transaction fee and Virginia sales tax is added to all fees. Fees are subject to change.
STD Site Fees
Virginia residents: $30 | Non-residents: $35
E/W Site Fees
Virginia residents: $40 | Non-residents: $46
More Information about Lake Anna State Park Camping
Camping season at Lake Anna State Park runs from the first Friday in March through the first Monday in December.
Campground check in is at 4 p.m. and check out is at 1 p.m.
Two vehicles, plus a camping unit, are allowed at each campsite. Any extra vehicles must park in a parking lot for an additional fee.
Images from Virginia State Parks