Westmoreland State Park
Hike, fish, boat, kayak, bird watch, swim or search for fossils at this 1,299-acre park on the banks of the six-mile-wide Potomac River. Westmoreland State Park offers guided walks, nature, history and kayaking programs, as well as festivals and workshops.
Overnight accommodations include tent and RV sites, cabins and a unique, five-bedroom retreat. The park also has a visitor center, gift shop, snack bar and a boathouse that sells gas, ice, bait and other fishing supplies. Paddleboats and rowboats are available for rental.
Westmoreland State Park is one of the six original Virginia State Parks that opened in 1936.