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Smith Mountain Lake State Park Huddleston

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Smith Mountain Lake State Park
1235 State Park Road
Huddleston
VA
24104
Tel: (540) 297-6066â€Å

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In addition to a full range of water related activities, including swimming, fishing and boating, the park offers miles of hiking trails, housekeeping cabins, camping, picnicking, a visitor center and interpretive programs.
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    I had a good experience but there is always a flaw to all great the rocks hurt me really bad

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    Great state park with a good boat ramp and facilities. Plus they're one of the few Virginia state parks that will let you park at the boat ramp overnight.

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    Beautiful

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    Fun trails for biking - especially if you want to load your bikes on the boat and get there by water.

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    Our family of six camped here this past weekend. Our kids are 7 through 11 years in age. We camped in a tent on one of their non-hookup sites. The site was great, in fact, I don't think there is a bad site in the campground. Spacious ten pad, big enough for our huge cabin tent, the picnic table and fire ring included, and our lawn chairs and room to move. Very clean site, clean bathrooms and showers, very shady and private, and nice hiking trails to hike down to the lake.

    We also rented a ski boat for a day. We were impressed with the boat....Read More

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Our family of six camped here this past weekend. Our kids are 7 through 11 years in age. We camped in a tent on one of their non-hookup sites. The site was great, in fact, I don't think there is a bad site in the campground. Spacious ten pad, big enough for our huge cabin tent, the picnic table and fire ring included, and our lawn chairs and room to move. Very clean site, clean bathrooms and showers, very shady and private, and nice hiking trails to hike down to the lake.

We also rented a ski boat for a day. We were impressed with the boat. It was a very nice, clean and ran very well. The pontoon boats, canoes, and paddle boats were all very nice too. And, the swimming beach was great! It's free to swim with an overnight camp stay, but pretty cheap if you don't spend the night. The beach was very clean, plenty of lifeguards, and the floating pad with slide was so much fun for the kids!

I can't wait to go back again next year! This was a great place to camp, with lots of activities for kids.

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