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Located only 6 miles from Surry Courthouse and 15 miles from Colonial Williamsburg and Victorian Smithfield, the 1,947-acre Chippokes Plantation State Park invites visitors to explore thousands of years of natural and Native American and over 394...more
This park is awesome, from riverside beach, availability of camping, walking trails, cabins, even a pool in season, though we haven't stayed overnight or used the pool.! Generally spend a few hours there.The views from the James River's edge are beautiful. We could see the...More
Beautiful clean facility - we pulled in with reservations for a hookup site for our camper and were pleased to see nice level spaces. Are personnel are lovely and were up early cleaning the grounds and bathhouses. Great cycling and nice pool. We will be...More
Still fairly new to Virginia, we had not heard of Chippokes Plantation State Park until we purchased a book about plantation homes in Virginia. On a recent trip to Williamsburg, we decided to take the ferry to Surry to visit Chippokes Mansion. The drive through...More
My family loved it here! I will definitely be back. The water is calm, clean ,and somewhat secluded. My 10 year old, 2 year old, and husband all found ways to enjoy this beautiful park. We swam, fished, played on the playground, and explored the...More
Chippokes State Park pool, part of the Virginia State Parks, is a large pool, generally with cool water thanks to location and breezes from the James River. Unless camping there, entrance fee to park is 5$ and you must leave the money even if no...More
Great park, with bbq grills, gazebos, visitor center, pool, camping, play grounds, and beach access, beautiful spots to sit by the water, great area for swimming with little children no rough currents, very clean park, with helpful rangers, great place to beat the heat
This was a really quiet and nice state park. Our site was really long abeasy to play pull into. The stores that were in our area seemed newer and were substantially more level. Lots to do at the park for a weekend outing. Well worth...More
Went to Chippokes with the family earlier today. Be prepared to pay a $5 “parking” fee. The mansion was a great added adventure as I learned quite a bit about the land. Also liked walking down to the beach near the visitors center.
Chippokes Plantation State has it all! Its one of the oldest continuously working farms left in Virginia. It has a plantation house and a collection of well preserved artifacts of life in the Antebellum South I've seen. One of the carriages there is the envy...More