Here’s everything you need to know about renting a cabin at Lake Anna State Park.
Your Guide to Renting a Cabin 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 renting one of the rustic cabins.
While you can stay in a lodge or do some old-school camping, why not rent a cabin at Lake Anna State Park? Here’s everything you need to know about renting a cabin at Lake Anna State Park.
Types of Cabins at Lake Anna State Park
When you rent a cabin at Lake Anna State Park, you’ll have a choice of a standard cabin or a bunkhouse/camping cabin.
All cabins are two bedroom and can sleep four guests, but up to six are allowed. Each cabin has a queen-sized bed in the master bedroom, two singles in the other and a queen-sized pull out sofa bed.
Cabin amenities include a furnished kitchen with dishes, rustic furniture, a fireplace, one set of linens per bed and one set of towels per guest, a picnic table and charcoal grill in the yard, wrap-around deck and more.
There are 10 cabins total, seven with a waterfront view.
For a longer stay with less amenities, book a bunkhouse/camping cabin. Camping cabins require a minimum two-night stay. These camping cabins have two bedrooms for up to four people.
There is no bathroom, kitchen, fireplace, air conditioning or heat. Linens are not provided.
Camping cabin amenities do include a wrap around porch, two sets of bunk beds, a table inside, electrical outlets, a lighted ceiling fan, outside picnic table, fire ring and lantern post.
More Information about Lake Anna State Park Cabin Rentals
Cabin check in is at 4 p.m. and check out is at 10 a.m.
Two vehicles are allowed at each cabin. Any extra vehicles must park in a parking lot for an additional fee.
Images from Virginia State Parks