Have you ever experienced Hungry Mother State Park?
I would like to share a few reasons why hiking, biking, geocaching and exploring Hungry Mother State Park is worth the drive!
The park is one of six original Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) parks in Virginia that opened in June 1936. Hungry Mother State Park in southwestern Virginia is noted for its woodlands and lake. Easily accessible from Interstate 81, this park has folklore and history, swimming, camping, cabin rentals, boat rentals, hiking and the park system’s first conference center.
Some of the Trails at Hungry Mother State Park
Molly's Knob Trail worth the hike for this view!
Don't forget to slow down and look around, you might discover some neat things!
Apparently I am not the only one who loves Virginia State Parks
Trails vary from woodland to lakefront to even this rain-forestry-like area full of Rhododendrons
We really do love Virginia State Parks - hope to see you here soon!
Learn more about Hungry Mother State Park here.
Drive Time: Northern Va., six hours; Richmond, five hours; Tidewater/Norfolk/Virginia Beach, six hours; Roanoke, two hours. Google map here.
Cabins, camping, and Hungry Mother Lodge (Reservation Center). For information on availability of overnight accommodations, particular park amenities or to make a reservation, you can reserve online or call 1-800-933-PARK. Click here for park fees.
Isn't it time to get outside?