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About Douthat State Park
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
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Pets Allowed
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Picnic Table
Reservable
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Location
Douthat State Park is located in Virginia
Latitude
37.897 N
Longitude
-79.802 W
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9 Reviews of Douthat State Park
Clean has many thing to do. Clean water, paddle boats wide variety of campi

Small beach head but is clean easily handycap accessible, park is cover a large area which can be hiked or driven, narrow country roads.had a fantastic time

Quiet, large sites, plenty to do for all ages

A favorite of our for years! All types of sites and hookups plus cabins. Fishing, lake swimming, hiking, educational opportunities galore. Security is good but not overwhelming. Virginia is for lovers and camping lovers!

Favorite Place to go camping!

Douthat is amazing! There are three camping loops here but we love to stay in the white oak loop which is secluded and the majority of the sites have the creek on the back side of your site. My children love to go down in the creek and skip rocks, play in the water, and catch crawfish. they have a huge lake with a nice beach with lifeguards. You are also allowed to rent boats that go out on the lake. The damn to the lake has beautiful falls that take you to a small pond area where they stock it with fish for kids that are 12 and under. There are a ton of trails! We did one that took us to a scenic overlook of the lake and damn and another that took us to a waterfall. I also loved that we didn’t have cell reception in the white oak loop which meant I could completely leave work at home and enjoy the time with my family!

Bike

Fun trails to go ride around on your bike all day

Lot of fun

A quiet great place, we love to camp this park you have all you want if you love outdoors: lake, hiking trails, horseback riding trails, RV’s site, tent site, cabins… the rest is pure fun…

Huge Park, Lots of camping

We staying in Whispering Pines campground which was actually a few miles how the road from the heart of the park. Nice large level stone lots, nice bathrooms and private showers, very clean. We did a decent amount of biking here, the main road is nice for road biking, we rode out about 15 miles and back, saw a black bear. Beautiful country roads. And the trails are great for mountain biking. Bring your legs, lots of climbing!

Simple wllderness

Lovely falls over a dam, sandy beach, picnic areas, hiking on a trail maintained by the (Youth Conservation Corps), kayaking. The tents-only area is close to the little lake. Lots of trees and shade, privacy is ok. Nice views over the lake along rolling hills. Nice and rustic.

Simple wllderness

Lovely falls over a dam, sandy beach, picnic areas, hiking on a trail maintained by the (Youth Conservation Corps), kayaking. The tents-only area is close to the little lake. Lots of trees and shade, privacy is ok. Nice views over the lake along rolling hills. Nice and rustic.

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Awesome little spot

We stopped here for the night on our way over to Johnson City from Shenandoah NP. It was a really nice, clean and relaxing place to do so. The dogs were able to go swimming before the lake opened up in the morning and everything was very clean. There were also many hiking options. My only advise would be to bring bug spray- especially in the summer. Those black flies were relentless!