Here’s everything you need to know about Lake Anna State Park’s lodges.
Your Guide to Renting a Lodge 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. Stay overnight at Lake Anna State Park when you rent one of the spacious lodges.
While you can stay in a rustic cabin or do some old-school camping, why not rent a comfortable lodge at Lake Anna State Park? Here’s everything you need to know about Lake Anna State Park’s lodges.
About the Lodges at Lake Anna State Park
Lake Anna State Park has two six-bedroom lodges for guests for rent for a week-long stay. Both the Pigeon Lodge and Finch Lodge include a fully equipped kitchen, rustic furniture, rocking chairs on the front and back decks, linens on every bed and one set of towels for each guest.
Each lodge can sleep up to 16 people. Bedrooms include two rooms with queen-sized beds, two with two single beds and two with two sets of bunkbeds.
Pets are welcome as well for an additional fee.
Additional amenities include a free boat launch, picnic table, charcoal grill and campfire ring next to the lodge and an on-site washer and dryer. Each lodge is climate controlled.
Camping lodges or bunkhouses are also available, located in the north camping loop. Unlike regular lodges, camping lodges have few amenities. These are two-room trailers with seven bunk beds, a refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee pot and air conditioner. There is a deck and charcoal grill outside, as cooking is not permitted inside. Linens are not provided and guests must use the bathhouse nearby.
Camping lodges become available in March.
More Information about Lake Anna State Park Lodge Rentals
Week-long stays for Pigeon Lodge begin on Saturday, while week-long stays for Finch Lodge begin on Sunday.
There is a maximum of six cars allowed at each lodge, including trailers. A daily parking fee will be charged for each additional vehicle.
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