Twin Lakes State Park is in Virginia's Piedmont region. The park offers visitors plenty of recreational opportunities and camping options. A variety of lakefront activities are available, including fishing, canoeing and hiking. The Prince Edward and Goodwin lakes hold healthy populations of largemouth bass, crappie, sunfish and channel catfish, according to the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Twin Lakes State Park has 6 tent sites with electric and water hookups. Campsite outlets provide 20/30-amp service.
The park offers campsites for three different sizes of RV campers. Nineteen campsites are designated for RVs up to 25 feet and four campsites are available for RVs of 30 feet or 36 feet. RV sites have water and electric hookups with 20- and 30-amp service. Sites are mostly shaded and feature a graveled entrance.
Twin Lakes State Park also offers 6 cabins for visitors. Three cabins are located across the Prince Edward Lake and the other three are situated on the hill overlooking the water. Each cabin features a screened front porch with rocking chairs. Cabins are equipped with linens, towels, refrigerators, electric stoves, coffeemakers, microwaves and toasters.
Tent and RV campsites include picnic tables, BBQ grills and fire rings. A bathhouse is also available for use. Twin Lakes State Park's swimming beach is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and features a concession stand. During the summer, overnight campers can use the swimming beach area at no cost. You can purchase firewood from the campground store.
Aside from hiking and swimming, you can also enjoy wildlife viewing, boating and fishing. Campers have access to six miles of trails through the park's hardwood forests. The Prince Edward Gallion trail is open to hikers, bicyclers and horseback riders.
Twin Lakes State Park
788 Twin Lakes Rd.
Green Bay, VA 23942