Our dog is a part of our family, and there is no greater place to take her than camping at a Virginia State Park! The reason our family chose Virginia State Parks in the first place is that they are pet friendly!
Dogs just wanna have fun!
Dogs are a part of the family and they love to go camping at Virginia State Parks
When we began our journey to find campgrounds and cabins for our family, we were sad to find out that at some other state park systems, dogs aren't allowed to overnight! Our dog is an integral part of our family.
GOING CAMPING WITHOUT OUR DOG WAS LIKE GOING
TO DISNEYLAND WITHOUT THE KIDS!
At Virginia State Parks we discovered that not just one or two cottages are pet friendly, but all of them! Campgrounds are the same, not just personal RV's but all campsites allow dogs.
There is a $10 per night fee per pet in the cabins, and there is NO FEE to bring your pets to Virginia State Parks campgrounds!
Time to make your plans to overnight at a Virginia State Park!
Virginia State Parks provide comfortable and economical overnight accommodations. There are more than 300 cozy, climate-controlled cabins of various sizes throughout the state. Many cabins are available year round. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, you can't beat a Virginia State Park cabin.
Please click here
for cabin rental rates. Click here
to check on availability and to reserve online or call 800-933-7275 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cabins and family lodges
Cabin sizes and sleeping arrangements vary by park. Climate-controlled cabins are available at:
Camping and Campgrounds
Twenty-four state parks throughout the state have campgrounds (click here
for park rates) that have a total of more 1,700 campsites. Site sizes and configurations vary. Some parks provide sites with electric and water hook-ups, which tend to be larger to accommodate recreational vehicles and campers. Kiptopeke and Hungry Mother campgrounds offer sewer hook-ups. Most campgrounds are open from March 1 through the first Monday in December; primitive sites are available year-round.
Dogs have fun on the trails with their families at Virginia State Parks
See a map of all 36 Virginia State Parks here, and make your plans for your next overnight getaway (including your four-legged family members) today! Click here for reservation info, or call 800-933-7275 Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Virginia time.