Holliday Lake State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Amateur editors should take note that this park is named for the Holliday family farm, the remnants of which lie at the bottom of the lake, hence the unusual spelling. That bit of concern aside, feel free to enjoy the facilities that the 250-acre park has to offer. The campground is located to the right of the park road just after passing the contact station.
It sits on the side of a hill, but fear not: The 30 sites are level and spacious, allowing ample room to pitch your tent. The backdrop of mature hardwoods lends a woodsy feel to the area, but the sites themselves are fairly open. As with most Virginia state parks, summer is a busy time here at Holliday Lake State Park, and reservations are highly recommended."