Freshwater Swimming — Lakes, Bays, Quarries, & More!

by adminMain | August 13, 2017 4:58 pm


Calendar[1] > All-Things-Water[2]


There are many opportunities I’ll drive for — and a freshwater swim in a lake, bay, or quarry is one of them! Take a peek at these summertime opportunities that shouldn’t be missed. Many offer special features you’d find at our areas best water parks, including rope swings, slides, spray grounds, and more!

The addresses below don’t necessarily reflect the beach or swimming area. Once you pull into the park or area, signage will direct you. Please keep in mind that many will be closed in inclement weather, so be sure to check before leaving! Also, some state parks do charge a small fee for out of state visitors, so be prepared.


Greenbriar State Park[3]
21843 National Pike, Boonsboro, MD 21713
Connect: Online [4]| Facebook[5] | Twitter[6] | (301) 791-4767

About 55-miles from Dulles International Airport

This 42-acre, man-made lake is a fantastic place to spend the day with your family. Enjoy the sandy beaches with designated swimming areas, tree-shaded picnic areas, and the opportunity to rent a canoe or paddle boat. Once you’re done basking in the warm sun, enjoy a family hike — the Appalachian Trail passes right through the park! You’ll be thankful for their bathroom facilities, and during peak times, the park area near the beach offers food and refreshments at the snack bar. Please note that the park often reaches capacity and denies entry on beautiful days, so come early to claim your spot.


Hunting Creek Lake at Cunningham Falls State Park[7]
14039 Catoctin Hollow Rd., Thurmont, MD 21788
Connect: Online[8] | (301) 271-7574

About 60-miles from Dulles International Airport

Enjoy the gorgeous Catoctin mountain view and glistening Hunting Creek Lake at Cunningham Falls State Park! Grab the family for a day of fun and enjoy their sandy beach with lifeguard coverage Memorial Day to Labor Day. Picnic tables and grills are also available nearby. There are also campsites with bathhouses, and many trails available at Cunningham Falls State Park. Trails vary in terrain from short, flat hikes to steep and rocky ascents. Trail distances vary from .5 mile to 7.5 miles. The “Falls Nature Trail” will lead you to the largest cascading waterfall in Maryland: Cunningham Falls at 78-feet tall. Swimming is not permitted at the falls.


Patapsco Valley State Park[9]
8020 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Connect: Online[10] | Twitter[11] | (410) 461-5005

About 60-miles from Dulles International Airport

Discover 32-miles of beautiful scenery along the Patapsco River in the Patapsco Valley State Park! Over 170-miles of trails, including 70-miles of maintained trails, offer plenty of recreational opportunities including hiking, picnicking, camping, horseback riding, and mountain biking! Water-lovers can also take a dip in the river (unless otherwise noted) as swimming, paddling, and tubing are all permitted in this park!


Sandy Point State Park[12]
1100 East College Pkwy., Annapolis, MD 21409
Connect: Online[13] | Facebook[5] | Twitter[14] | (410) 974-2149

About 65-miles from Dulles International Airport

Sandy Point State Park, a 786-acre park, located on the Northwestern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, is a welcome natural retreat with enough amenities to keep family travels civilized. Its sandy, swimmable beaches offer lifeguards in select areas. A bathhouse is located near the beach and provides park users with restroom and showering facilities. A concession stand and beach and picnic supplies are also available at the South Beach area of the park during peak summer months. The park’s grassy picnic areas are located next to the swimming beach, as well as playgrounds. A limited numbers of grills and picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Brownie’s Beach at Bay Front Park
Brownie’s Beach Rd., Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
Connect: Online[15] | Facebook[16]

About 65-miles from Dulles International Airport

Come out to enjoy the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay at Brownie’s Beach at Bay Front Park. This small, sandy beach is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. This popular destination for swimmers and nature lovers does not have lifeguards on duty. Although free to town residents, there is an entrance fee for non-residents ranging from $9-$16.


North Beach[17]
8916 Chesapeake Ave., North Beach, MD 20714
Connect: Online[18] | (301) 855-6681

About 65-miles from Dulles International Airport

Swim the day away in North Beach, the “Jewel of the Chesapeake Bay!” Located on the bay’s western shore, this Maryland getaway is home to plenty of special events[19] and outdoor activities throughout the year. Visitors and residents can purchase a pass[20] or show proof of residency and soak up the sun on the beach during the warmer summer months! Rent a paddle board and kayak or peruse the town and 1- to 2-mile boardwalk on a bicycle for a unique experience! While visiting the “Best Bay Town,” don’t forget to explore Wetlands Overlook Park[21] and enjoy some of the best North Beach businesses and shops[22]!


Beaver Dam Swimming Club[23]
10820 Beaver Dam Rd., Cockeysville, MD 21030
Connect: Online[24]

About 75-miles from Dulles International Airport

The Beaver Dam Swimming Club is a 40-foot, freshwater quarry with an infamous rope swing. For those more interested in a pool, the swimming club offers two pools up to 5-feet deep each. Lifeguards are available at the pools and quarry. They also offer shaded areas with grills for picnics and cookouts, as well as a snack bar. Volleyball and basketball courts are also available for use.


Rocky Point Beach[25]
2200 Rocky Point Rd., Essex, MD 21221
Connect: Online[26]

About 75-miles from Dulles International Airport

375-acre Rocky Point Beach is a waterfront park near the Back and Middle Rivers and is the perfect place to cool off in the Baltimore area. The 300-foot beach features pavilions, a fishing pier, picnic areas, boating ramps, and a bathhouse. The Baltimore County Sailing Center is located nearby, and visitors can take private or group lessons. Just want to lay out? The beach offers pretty views of the Chesapeake Bay, Craighill Light, and the Hart-Miller Island.


Cascade Lake[27]
2844 Snydersburg Rd., Hampstead, MD 21074
Connect: Online[28] | (410) 374-9111

About 75-miles from Dulles International Airport

Cascade Lake is a 6-acre, spring-fed lake, nestled among 70-acres of rolling hills and wooded areas. The lake has gently sloping sandy bottom with a large roped-off area for swimming that includes various size water slides and platforms — all guarded by certified lifeguards. They also offer a spray ground set away from the lake with no standing water, geysers, bubblers, and water tunnels entertain the young and “young at heart.” Fisherman will enjoy their sport in our stocked lake. The trail around the lake provides many quiet spots to enjoy the peace away from the beach and water slides. Scattered throughout the property are picnic tables and charcoal grill for outdoor dining. Other amenities include paddle boats, hot food at their Cascade Cafe, a gift shop, and a bathhouse.


Kentmorr Beach[29]
910 Kentmorr Rd., Stevensville, MD 21666
Connect: Online[30] | Facebook[31] | Twitter[32] | (410) 643-2263

About 78-miles from Dulles International Airport

No reservations needed to enjoy the beautiful outdoors at Kentmorr Beach! Located on the property of Kentmorr Restaurant and Crab House[33], the beach is a fabulous destination for families looking to relax, fish, and play in the sand! The breathtaking scenery lends itself to a day of sightseeing and swimming, too! While beach visitors do not have to be patrons of the restaurant, they do need to abide by the beach rules[34], which do not allow outside food and beverages on the property. All food and drink must be purchased from the restaurant.


Gunpowder Falls State Park[35]
7200 Graces Quarters Rd., Middle River, MD 21220
Connect: Online[36]| (800) 830-3974

About 80-miles from Dulles International Airport

One of Maryland’s largest state parks, Gunpowder Falls offers a wide-range of activities, including swimming! Enjoy a 1,500-foot stretch of beach and swimming area on the banks of the Gunpowder River. The beach offers visitors picnic tables, grills, playgrounds, food concessions, and four picnic pavilions that can be rented. There are also bathrooms with showers, as well as lifeguards on-duty on most days. Other activities include boat rentals, fishing, and hiking trails. The beach is known to get filled to capacity on weekends and holidays, so plan to arrive early!


Lake Arrowhead Beach[37]
Lake Arrowhead Rd., Luray, VA 22835
Connect: Online[38]

About 80-miles from Dulles International Airport

Lake Arrowhead is a 39-acre man-made body of water located near Luray, VA and offers swimming, fishing, boating, and a picturesque setting at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The white-sand beach is open for swimming every day under the watch of lifeguards during the summer. Concessions and public restrooms are also on site, making this a family-friendly venue. Canoes and paddleboats are available for rent on the half hour, but they rent quickly, so hurry!


Lake Anna State Park[39]
6800 Lawyers Rd., Spotsylvania, VA 22551
Connect: Online[40] | (540) 854-5503

About 85-miles from Dulles International Airport

With so many options, Lake Anna can be visited for just a day or weeks at a time! Families can camp or rent a cabin[41] and bring their boats, bikes, and horses for outdoor adventure. Although there is a fee[42] to come and swim, lifeguards are on duty and concession stands and bathrooms are open on the beach. A twelve-mile trail[43] is available for walking, biking, and horseback riding too. There’s always something to do[44] at this beautiful State Park for families looking for quality time outside!


Greenwell State Park[45]
25420 Rosedale Manor Ln., Hollywood, MD 20636
Connect: Online[46] | (301) 872-5688

About 85-miles from Dulles International Airport

St. Mary’s County is home to beautiful Greenwell State Park, situated on the Patuxent River. The 596-acre park allows visitors a chance to fish or hike, cycle, and horse-ride through their 10-miles of trails all year long! Other seasonal activities include picnicking, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, and swimming! Managed in part by The Greenwell Foundation[47], accessible and inclusive programs, services, and facilities are also offered at Greenwell State Park to ensure that all community members can enjoy all that this park has to offer! Don’t forget to visit the Rosedale Manor House to see their immaculate Victorian-style rose garden and to enjoy an outstanding view of the river.


Flag Ponds Nature Park[48]
1525 Flag Ponds Pkwy., Lusby, MD 20657
Connect: Online[49] | (410) 586-1477

About 85-miles from Dulles International Airport

For hundreds of years the forces of nature have reshaped the Chesapeake Bay shoreline of Flag Ponds Nature Park, creating a remarkable variety of natural environments — from sandy beaches to freshwater ponds, to the forested heights of Calvert Cliffs. Flag Ponds Nature Park offers a beautiful beach right on the Chesapeake Bay. Not only is fossil hunting popular here, but visitors can also enjoy swimming, however no lifeguards are on duty. A short, half-mile hike brings you to the sandy beach, or you may take longer trail routes that allow you to experience the beauty of the park. Additionally, there are observation platforms at two ponds, a fishing pier on the Chesapeake Bay and a visitor’s center with wildlife displays.


Calvert Cliffs State Park[50]
10540 HG Trueman Rd., Lusby, MD 20657
Connect: Online[51] | (301) 743-7613

About 90-miles from Dulles International Airport

The massive cliffs, from which Calvert Cliffs State Park was named, dominate the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay for roughly 24-miles in Calvert County and were formed over 10- to 20-million years ago when all of Southern Maryland was covered by a warm, shallow sea. When the sea receded, the cliffs were exposed and began eroding. Today these cliffs reveal the remains of prehistoric species including sharks, whales, rays, and seabirds — some the size of small airplanes! The park also features a sandy beach, a recycled tire playground, fishing, a freshwater and tidal marshland, and 13-miles of hiking trails. Please note, the shortest route to the beach is 1.8-miles on the red trail, and no lifeguard is present. Despite the hike, the trip is well worth it at this popular destination.


Myrtle Point Park[52]
24050 Patuxent Blvd., California, MD 20619
Connect: Online[53] | Facebook[54] | (301) 475-4200

About 90-miles from Dulles International Airport

Myrtle Point Park, located in St. Mary’s County on the Patuxent River near the Chesapeake Bay, contains numerous historic sites — some dating back more than 9,000 years — as well as magnificent waterfront and saltwater ponds home to a variety of wildlife! The park offers nearly two miles of shoreline including beach areas and an informal canoe/kayak launching, three miles of hiking trails, parking, and portable restroom facilities. An online hiking and guide map[55] of the park’s trails is available for download.


Rocks State Park[56]
3318 Rocks Chrome Hill Rd., Jarrettsville, MD 21084
Connect: Online[57] | Facebook[5] | Twitter[6] | (410) 557-7994

About 98-miles from Dulles International Airport

Plan for a day of excitement, activity, and exploration at Rocks State Park! Among the 855-acres of scenic forests, preserved structural remains, and trails, visitors will also find Deer Creek! Perfect for wading, tubing, or fishing, Deer Creek is a wonderful and secluded spot to rest, relax, and enjoy nature in all its glory. Plus, guests looking to explore the natural beauty of Rocks State Park a little more will also find Falling Branch (Kilgore) Falls[58] approximately 5-miles north of the main park. Enjoy a picturesque hiking trail on your way to Maryland’s second highest vertical drop waterfall! For more information on this waterfall, please click here[59]. Visitors of Deer Creek are reminded that there are no lifeguards on duty and wading and tubing should be done at your own risk.


Elm’s Beach Park[60]
19350 Back Door Rd., Lexington Park, MD 20653
Connect: Online[61] | Facebook[62] | (301) 475-4200 ext. 1800

About 100-miles from Dulles International Airport

Spend the day at Elm’s Beach Park on the Chesapeake Bay, which boasts more than 500-feet of sandy shoreline great for swimming or fishing and crabbing on the pier. The excellent water views will enhance your picnic or hiking experience—many trails and pavilion seating areas (for rent) with grills offer front-row views of the Bay. A playground and acres of open green space allow kids plenty of room to run around. There is a changing area and parking available on site. Cost for out-of-county residents is $10 per car, or $5 for St. Mary’s county residents.


Point Lookout State Park
11175 Point Lookout Rd., Scotland, MD 20687
Connect: Online[63] | (301) 872-5688

About 105-miles from Dulles International Airport

Point Lookout State Park is a picturesque peninsula formed by the Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River. Swimming, fishing, boating, and camping are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed in this beautiful bay setting! The sandy beach has a designated swimming area with lifeguards, as well as grills, picnic tables, and a playground. Point Lookout State Park also offers a park store that provides snacks, ice cream, drinks, bait, ice, gasoline for boats, souvenirs, and boating, picnicking, and camping supplies. Canoe rentals are also available! Plus, you can stop by their Civil War Museum/Marshland Nature Center!


Elk Neck State Park
4395 Turkey Point Rd., North East, MD 21901
Connect: Online[64] | (410) 287-5333

About 115-miles from Dulles International Airport

Nature-lovers will delight in all that Elk Neck State Park has to offer! Located on a peninsula, this 2,188+ acre park is full of opportunities to connect with and enjoy nature! Marshlands, woods, cliffs, and beaches make for wonderful hiking, camping, fishing, boating, and swimming adventures! More than 12-miles of hiking trails for all skill levels make traveling the park fun for all! Visitors will want to make sure to visit Turkey Point Lighthouse[65] at the southern tip of the peninsula and take in the beautiful view of the Chesapeake Bay.


Rocky Gap State Park
12500 Pleasant Valley Rd. NE, Flintstone, MD 21530
Connect: Online[66] | Twitter[67] | (301) 722-1480

About 120-miles from Dulles International Airport

Allegany County, MD is home to Rocky Gap State Park, a beautiful destination offering a variety of activities and programs to visitors within its’ 3,000-acres! As one of Western Maryland’s most popular parks, Rocky Gap State Park is home to a picturesque hemlock forest and visitors will delight in boating, fishing, and swimming in Lake Habeeb, which is overlooked by Evitt’s Mountain. Spend time hunting, hiking, or visiting the Nature Center to partake in some of the park’s interpretive activities and programs. Campers will enjoy lodging in one of the 14 mini cabins available on site or enjoy being tucked away in the one-of-a-kind Easter Hill Chalet!


Betterton Beach
1 Idlewhile Ave., Betterton, MD 21610
Connect: Online[68] | Facebook[69]

About 125-miles from Dulles International Airport

Betterton Beach is a 5-acre landscaped waterfront park with 300-feet of frontage for swimming a 700-feet of shoreline access. This family-oriented beach area includes a bathhouse with public restrooms, a boardwalk, lighting, handicap access, a fishing jetty, and public pier. Be sure to bring a picnic and enjoy the pavilion located on a bay view bluff!


Sherando Lake
96 Shernado Lake Dr., Lyndhurst, VA 22952
Connect: Online[70]

About 160-miles from Dulles International Airport

Sherando Lake, divided into upper and lower, offers many recreational opportunities for families. Lower Sherando is the largest lake, encompassing 25 acres of cool, spring-fed waters and is available for swimming, fishing, or relaxing on the sand beach. Many hiking opportunities abound, including the Blue Loop Trail, the Lakeside Trail, and the Torry Ridge Trail that heads to Bald Knob. Weekend campfire programs are held at the amphitheater Memorial Day through Labor Day, as well as other seasonal events including a kid’s fishing derby and Smokey Bear’s Birthday Celebration!


Other Virginia State Parks that offer swimming (via Virginia.gov):

Claytor Lake State Park[71]
Hungry Mother State Park[72]
Bear Creek Lake State Park[73]
Holliday Lake State Park[74]
Pocahontas State Park[75]
Smith Mountain Lake State Park[76]
Twin Lakes State Park[77]
Westmoreland State Park[78]
Kiptopeke State Park[79]
Chippokes Plantation State Park[80]
First Landing State Park[81]
Breaks Interstate Park[82]
Natural Tunnel State Park[83]
Douthat State Park[84]
Fairy Stone State Park[85]
Staunton River State Park[86]


Other Maryland State Parks that offer swimming (via Maryland Department of Natural Resources[87]):

Assateague State Park[88]
Dans Mountain State Park[89]
Deep Creek Lake State Park[90]
Greenwell State Park[91]
Hart-Miller Island State Park[92]
Herrington Manor State Park[93]
Janes Island State Park[94]
New Germany State Park[95]
Pocomoke River State Park[96]
Point Lookout State Park


Disclaimer/Terms[97]: These opportunities are subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.

Endnotes:
  1. Calendar: http://dullesmoms.com/main-calendar/
  2. All-Things-Water: http://dullesmoms.com/all-things-water/
  3. Greenbriar State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/greenbrier.aspx
  4. Online : http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/greenbrier.aspx
  5. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MDStateParks
  6. Twitter: https://twitter.com/MDStateParks
  7. Hunting Creek Lake at Cunningham Falls State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/pages/western/cunningham.aspx
  8. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/pages/western/cunningham.aspx
  9. Patapsco Valley State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/patapsco.aspx
  10. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/patapsco.aspx
  11. Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatapscoSP
  12. Sandy Point State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/sandypoint.aspx
  13. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/sandypoint.aspx
  14. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SandyPointSP
  15. Online: http://www.chesapeake-beach.md.us/attractions_bayfrontpark.htm
  16. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brownies-Beach/100559236696048?fref=ts
  17. North Beach: http://www.northbeachmd.org/Pages/index
  18. Online: http://www.northbeachmd.org/Pages/index
  19. special events: http://www.northbeachmd.org/Pages/NorthBeachMD_Special%20Events/2015specialevents
  20. purchase a pass: http://www.northbeachmd.org/Pages/NorthBeachMD_Waterfront/pass
  21. Wetlands Overlook Park: https://www.northbeachmd.org/welcome-north-beach/pages/wetlands-overlook-park
  22. shops: https://www.northbeachmd.org/business-directory/by-category/Shopping
  23. Beaver Dam Swimming Club: http://beaverdamswimmingclub.com/
  24. Online: http://beaverdamswimmingclub.com/
  25. Rocky Point Beach: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/recreation/countyparks/waterfront/beaches.html
  26. Online: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/recreation/countyparks/waterfront/beaches.html
  27. Cascade Lake: http://dullesmoms.com/photo-review-cascade-lake/
  28. Online: http://cascadelake.com/index.html
  29. Kentmorr Beach: https://www.kentmorr.com/kentmorr-beach-rules/
  30. Online: https://www.kentmorr.com/kentmorr-beach-rules/
  31. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kentmorr-Restaurant-71324003361/
  32. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kentmorr
  33. Kentmorr Restaurant and Crab House: https://www.kentmorr.com/
  34. beach rules: https://www.kentmorr.com/kentmorr-beach-rules/
  35. Gunpowder Falls State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/gunpowder.aspx
  36. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/gunpowder.aspx
  37. Lake Arrowhead Beach: http://www.townofluray.com/parks---recreation.html
  38. Online: http://www.townofluray.com/parks---recreation.html
  39. Lake Anna State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/lake-anna.shtml#recreation
  40. Online: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/lake-anna.shtml#recreation
  41. camp or rent a cabin: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/lake-anna.shtml#cabins_camping
  42. fee: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/parkfees.shtml
  43. trail: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/lake-anna.shtml#recreation
  44. to do: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/park-events.shtml
  45. Greenwell State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/greenwell.aspx
  46. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/greenwell.aspx
  47. The Greenwell Foundation: http://greenwellfoundation.org/
  48. Flag Ponds Nature Park: http://www.co.cal.md.us/FlagPonds
  49. Online: http://www.co.cal.md.us/FlagPonds
  50. Calvert Cliffs State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/calvertcliffs.aspx
  51. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/calvertcliffs.aspx
  52. Myrtle Point Park: http://www.myrtlepoint.org/
  53. Online: http://www.myrtlepoint.org/
  54. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Myrtle-Point-Park-Beach/187057534679346
  55. online hiking and guide map: http://www.myrtlepoint.org/hikingmap.html
  56. Rocks State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/rocks.aspx
  57. Online: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/rocks.aspx
  58. Falling Branch (Kilgore) Falls: http://dullesmoms.com/7-must-visit-waterfalls-within-100-miles-of-dulles/
  59. here: http://dullesmoms.com/7-must-visit-waterfalls-within-100-miles-of-dulles/
  60. Elm’s Beach Park: http://www.co.saint-marys.md.us/recreate/elmsbeach.asp
  61. Online: http://www.co.saint-marys.md.us/recreate/elmsbeach.asp
  62. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elm-Beach-Park/152239568122560
  63. Online: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/southern/pointlookout.aspx
  64. Online: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/central/elkneck.aspx
  65. Turkey Point Lighthouse: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/pages/central/elknecklighthouse.aspx
  66. Online: http://dnr2.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/rockygap.aspx
  67. Twitter: https://twitter.com/RockyGapSP
  68. Online: http://www.kentcounty.com/betterton
  69. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Betterton-Beach/107026432716191?fref=ts
  70. Online: http://www.recreation.gov/camping/sherando-lake-recreation-area-family-camping/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=96721
  71. Claytor Lake State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/claytor-lake.shtml
  72. Hungry Mother State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/hungry-mother.shtml
  73. Bear Creek Lake State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/bear-creek-lake.shtml
  74. Holliday Lake State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/holliday-lake.shtml
  75. Pocahontas State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/pocahontas.shtml
  76. Smith Mountain Lake State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/smith-mountain-lake.shtml
  77. Twin Lakes State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/twin-lakes.shtml
  78. Westmoreland State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/westmoreland.shtml
  79. Kiptopeke State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/kiptopeke.shtml
  80. Chippokes Plantation State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/chippokes-plantation.shtml
  81. First Landing State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/first-landing.shtml
  82. Breaks Interstate Park: http://www.breakspark.com/
  83. Natural Tunnel State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/natural-tunnel.shtml
  84. Douthat State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/douthat.shtml
  85. Fairy Stone State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/fairy-stone.shtml
  86. Staunton River State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/staunton-river.shtml
  87. Maryland Department of Natural Resources: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/swimming.asp
  88. Assateague State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/eastern/assateague.asp
  89. Dans Mountain State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/western/dansmountain.asp
  90. Deep Creek Lake State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/western/deepcreek.asp
  91. Greenwell State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/southern/greenwell.asp
  92. Hart-Miller Island State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/central/hartmiller.asp
  93. Herrington Manor State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/western/herrington.asp
  94. Janes Island State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/eastern/janesisland.asp
  95. New Germany State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/western/newgermany.asp
  96. Pocomoke River State Park: http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/eastern/pocomokeriver.asp
  97. Terms: http://dullesmoms.com/terms-conditions/

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