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Top Dispersed Camping near Jamestown, VA

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Best Dispersed Camping Sites Near Jamestown, VA (2)

  1. Camper-submitted photo from Eagle Nest Lookout

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    Eagle Nest Lookout

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    Norge, Virginia

    To camp on Virginia Wildlife Management Area, you must register on the Go Outdoors Virginia Website: https://gooutdoorsvirginia.com/

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  2. Camper-submitted photo from Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area Site (WMA)

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    Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area Site (WMA)

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    Lightfoot, Virginia

    A new regulation (4VAC15-20-155) effective January 1, 2021 makes it unlawful to camp on Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) without written authorization. Written authorization establishes a starting and ending date for each camping trip. In case of emergency, written authorizations also provide the Department with a list of campers who are expected to be occupying a WMA and who may need assistance. https://dwr.virginia.gov/wp-content/uploads/media/wma-rules.pdf

    Camping is primitive, temporary and dispersed. There are no established campsites and no amenities (electric, potable water, dump stations, restrooms, convenience stations).

    The Chickahominy Wildlife Management Area is the only DWR management area in the coastal plain that consists mainly of woodlands and is managed primarily for upland wildlife rather than wetland species. This type of management, coupled with the area’s location along a major tidal river and creek, gives this Charles City County area a variety of habitat types that is unique to the Department’s Wildlife Management Area system. A sighting-in range located at the WMA provides hunters a place to hone their skills.

    The management area gains its name from the Chickahominy River which forms the area’s eastern boundary. To the south, Morris Creek flows through the area and then along its southern boundary. Other smaller tidal creeks and marshy guts cut into the forests to provide additional wetland diversity. The upland, though mainly wooded with mixed hardwood and pine stands, also features cultivated, mowed and “old field” openings. The area’s 5,217 acres are contiguous although there are some interior, private properties. Nearly level, elevations range from about 25 to 50 feet.

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