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National Parks in Virginia Map

by Aakash singh

There are a variety of national parks, reserve forests, and other historic sites located in the state of Virginia which can be seen in the map below. The map shows the location of all the major National Parks in Virginia including Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, Colonial National Historical Park, Cumberland Gap Historical Park, and more The map also shows the location of the state capital, major towns, and other major highways surrounding national parks.


Virginia National Parks

National Parks in Virginia Map locates the geographical position of several famous historic sites, memorials, reserve forests, and cultural centers. The Virginia state map is also an important indicator of the national parks.

The major national parks of Virginia include Manassas National Battlefield Park, Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Yorktown Battlefield, Poplar Grove National Cemetery, George Washington Birthplace National monument, Claude Moore Colonial Farm, Arlington House, Green springs, Prince William Forest Park, and Great Falls Park, among others.

How Many National Parks in Virginia?

There are currently 22 Virginia National Parks managed by the National Park Service which includes several famous historic sites, memorials, reserve forests, and cultural centers. The Virginia state map is also an important indicator of the national parks. The major national parks of Virginia include Blue Ridge Parkway, Yorktown Battlefield, Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Great Falls Park among others.

List of National Parks in Virginia

S. No Name Area Established Location
1 Manassas National Battlefield Park 5,073 acres (20.53 km2) May 10, 1940 Prince William County, Virginia
2 Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park 8,374 acres (33.89 km2) Feb 14, 1927 Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA
3 Shenandoah National Park 199,100 acres (311.1 sq mi; 80,600 ha; 806 km2) Dec 26, 1935 Virginia, USA
4 Richmond National Battlefield Park 7,307 acres (2,957 ha), 773.03 acres (312.83 ha) federal Mar 2, 1936 Richmond, Hanover County, Henrico County, Chesterfield County, Virginia, USA
5 Colonial National Historical Park 9,349.28 acres (3,783.52 ha), 9,271.30 acres (3,751.96 ha) federal Dec 30, 1930 York and James City counties and Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
6 Appomattox Court House National Historical Park 1,774 acres (718 ha) Aug 3, 1935 Appomattox County, Virginia

List of National parks in Virginia

  • Manassas National Battlefield Park:

    This park is known for the historic land war of 1861. Tourists coming to this park can visit the well-stocked library and Museums. The museum displays the field gear and uniform of the Civil War, a film on Manassas and Henry Hill Loop Hill.

  • Shenandoah National Park:

    The park is located just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C. This park is famous for cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, fields of wildflowers. With over 200,00 acres of protected lands that are a haven for deer, songbirds, and black bears, there is so much to explore. This park offers Skyline Drive, hiking along the trail of Appalachian and Fishing.

  • Appomattox Court House National Historic Park:

    This park is famous for several historic events such as the battle between Appom House and Appomattox Station, the surrender meeting of Lt. There are special events scheduled in the park every year on special days. The park offers 8 hiking trails.

  • Colonial National Historical Park:

    Colonial park is a series of historic adventures ranging from early 17t-century colonization to the American Revolutionary War and more. It can be a relaxing drive along with the scenic Colonial Parkway and of course the excitement of archaeological discoveries. This park houses Yorktown, Jamestown, a colonial parkway, and Cape Henry Memorial.

  • Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park:

    This park is America’s battleground, where the Civil War roared to its climax. Featuring four major battlefields of the Civil War, this park provides an opportunity to engage in the past on the fields and buildings. One can hike or take a driving tour.

  • Richmond National Battlefield Park:

    This is a collection of 13 park units scattered across Hanover, Henrico, and Chesterfield counties and the city of Richmond. The park has four visitor center locations. Tredegar Iron Works, Chimborazo, Medical Museum, and Cold Harbor Visitor Center.

Best Time to Visit National Parks in Virginia

The Best time of the year to visit National parks and Historic areas in Virginia is during the spring and on weekdays from June to October. You can expect heavy traffic on weekends. June and October are really good periods. Early summer is an excellent period, as well as fall.

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