The park south of Swift Creek including all trails south of Swift Creek, including trail access from Oakton, Woodland Pond, Beechwood Forest, and Latane Wood subdivisions; Dance, Cole, Thomas, Lush, Roper, Bailey, Bottoms, Powerline, Horner, Spring and Mosely parking areas will be closed Dec. 2nd thru 4th and 12th thru 14th for a managed hunt.
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Just 20 miles from downtown Richmond, Pocahontas offers boating, picnicking, camping, camping cabins, hiking, and interpretive and environmental education programs. The Aquatic Center offers seasonal water-based activities for the entire family. It has a kiddie pool, fountain wet deck, three-foot and five-foot-deep leisure pools, an activity pool and two tubular water slides. Rowboat, paddleboat, kayak and canoe rentals also are available at the 200-acre Swift Creek Lake during the summer. The park's two fishing lakes have crappie, largemouth bass, bluegill and catfish. The park has more than 80 miles of trails throughout 7,925 acres open to hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. The Civilian Conservation Corps Museum, dedicated to the Depression-era workers who helped build the state park system, is one of a handful in the nation. The park's Heritage Center is available for meetings, events and seasonal performances. Group facilities with meeting space and primitive overnight cabins also are available.
10301 State Park Rd., Chesterfield, VA 23832
Latitude: 37.373973, Longitude: -77.571782
Pocahontas Amphitheater Performing Arts Series, in season.
camping, camp cabins