1. Lloyd Gatling

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    I hiked the Washington Ditch Trail as a youth over 50 years ago. I hope to go back this year and operate my ham radio set along the way and from Lake Drummond to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the parks. I am glad this area is protected. I hope there are not too many bears and insects…Look for W4LG from the Great Dismal Swamp and Lake Drummond this year – on-tbe-air!

  2. Amy Callis

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    If you’re into nature, this is a great place for a hike or history tour.

  3. A Google User

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    We walked Washington’s Ditch to Lake Drummond. 9 miles of boredom. Not much wildlife. The lake is pretty. The water is almost black from the super high acidity. And George Washington walked the path with a surveyor so we did it for the history appreciation. If you do it, pretend you are them the whole time and small talk like you’re in the 1700s.

  4. A Google User

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    Simply put – if you like nature then you will love this place. Take bug spray though. See Lake Drummond during the fall – you won’t be disappointed.

  5. A Google User

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    buitifull place for nature and biking.if you like to run or bike this awsome trail is a must seenature