Virginia has many exciting options for wilderness exploration on both land and water, and is sure to have travellers coming back for another visit.

Camping has long been a popular pastime for both locals and visitors of Virginia. Virginia’s 24 state parks feature a variety of camping and glamping areas.

The Shenandoah National Park near Gordonsville and the Shenandoah Crossing, Blue Ridge Parkway and Cumberland Gap National Historic Park are popular areas in Virginia that host campers each year. The Sheranado Lake Recreation Area is a premier destination for family camping. Prince William Forest National Park is also a popular area for camping in the state.

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