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If you have a tent camp at Redbud. If you have a camper, my suggestion is to choose Laurel Ridge.
This is a nice park if you fish. If you like to walk trails check with the park before you go. The lake trail was...More
Holliday Lake State park was a nice weekend getaway and highly recommend it due to its convenient location to the McClean House (General Lee's surrender-Civil War). The campsites are large sites with plenty of trees around you to feel intimate and private. The down side...More
I've been here twice to go to the beach. It is well-maintained and enjoyable. It has a small water slide for small kids and diving areas in the deeper part of the lake. I know you can fish and rent boats and camp here as...More
If you want to stay at a campground without a hundred golf carts trying to run you off the road, then this is the place for you. Very nice place and our camping area was big enough for a pop-up camper, a tent and a...More
so clean, swimming areas, picnic areas, clean restrooms, I take my two Papillons there to run and play. Trails and camper sites available. I do not live too far away and am thrilled to have a place like this to go to
First, let me say, one reviewer mentioned LakeHead Trail - he is entirely correct. I encountered much of the same. I needed to get a long run in. While I didn't have any expectations about it, I made it down to about 1.5 miles and...More
This is a very nice park with one serious problem. There is a shooting range beside the park that is very noisy and distracting. We came here for a peaceful camping trip, but the continuous noise from semiautomatic and apparently automatic weapons made the campground...More
If you are interested in hiking, don't bother with this park.
The lakeshore trail (6.3 miles) was in terrible shape. It was poorly marked and at places there was no indication where the trail was.
One of the bridges was out and one of the...More
Response from Caroline B | Reviewed this property |
Free for campers. Go to Holliday Lake State Park website, click on prices and fees, then click on Swimming fees. Don't know about prices on concessions as we did not buy food there. To find out call the park number... More
Free for campers. Go to Holliday Lake State Park website, click on prices and fees, then click on Swimming fees. Don't know about prices on concessions as we did not buy food there. To find out call the park number 434-248-6308 and ask to talk to someone at the beach concessions. The park staff could probably also tell you the prices for the beach if you are not a camper. It appears to be between $2-$8 depending on age and whether it's a weekday or weekend.