Hungry Mother State Park Camping and Cabins

Cabin at Hungry Mother State Park Tent Camping Beach at Hungry Mother State Park Hungry Mother Lodge
Cabin at Hungry Mother State Park
Address
2854 Park Boulevard
Marion, VA 24354
Region Blue Ridge Highlands
Locality Smyth
Phone: (276) 781-7400
Reservations: (800) 933-7275
Email HungryMother@dcr.virginia.gov
Website www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/hungry-mother.shtml

Hungry Mother has a sandy beach with bathhouse, boats (fishing, canoe, kayak and paddle) and a boat launch, and a universally accessible fishing pier. Guests also enjoy its campgrounds, cabins, gift shop, visitor center, six-bedroom family lodge that sleeps 15, hiking and biking trails, and restaurant.

Cabins

Weekly rentals start on Saturday or Sunday. The Hemlock Haven weekly rentals start on Friday. All cabins at Hemlock Haven are rented by the week during prime season under Hungry Mother State Park. The Pines and other cabins at Hemlock Haven require weekly stays, Friday to Friday, Memorial Day through Labor Day. A minimum two-night stay is required otherwise, and sometimes such shorter stays can be arranged during prime season by calling 30 days in advance.

Hungry Mother Lodge - Six bedroom lodge (Sleeps 15 maximum). It's a great place for a get-together. There are no bed rentals for lodge. Saturday - Saturday weekly rental.

 CAMPING

Swimming and boat launch, when available, are free for overnight guests.Firewood is available for a fee. Each campsite has a round fire ring on the ground which can be used for cooking and campfires.

Hungry Mother proper - TENT, 11; E/W, 20.

Camp Burson - EWS, 30; E/W, 22.Camp Burson Camping (This campground is located before the entrance to Hungry Mother State Park proper.)

 


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Last Updated: 6/25/2014 10:18 AM
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