With A 200 Year Old Chimney And A Bi-State Fishing Pier, This Underrated Virginia State Park Is A Must-Visit

Leesylvania State Park might sound like it’s the site of a Civil War-era vampire flick, but it’s actually full of a lot of history. And it’s pretty darn beautiful to boot. While this charming state park wasn’t fully open until 1992, its history dates back more than a hundred years before the Civil War. There are a lot of unique features and landmarks in this small 542-acre state park. Let’s jump in:

Have you discovered this hidden gem? Let us know your favorite part with a comment. Then, take a look at one of Leesylvania State Park’s hikes, the Potomac Trail, in the fall. It is absolutely gorgeous.

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Address: Leesylvania State Park, 2001 Daniel K Ludwig Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191, USA